Adolescent Health F2F workshop ONLINE
Next Training is on Monday 29 August 2022, 1 – 3.30 pm
In line with DiSS feedback, we’ve reworked this training to be a hybrid model of self paced learning and live interactive webinars
For clinicians new to the DiSS program, the onboarding training modules will orientate you to the program, the principles and the practices of working in school based health services. Whether you are new to working with young people or experienced in the field, the modules are designed to enable you to build or benchmark best practice in developmentally appropriate and youth friendly healthcare. The self paced modules are designed to provide or refresh foundational knowledge whilst the interactive modules enable networking, peer learning and skill development.
Register for the onboarding package, work through the self paced materials and join your colleagues for the interactive workshops.
Participation in these sessions is compulsory and is remunerated at the agreed hourly rate (or in lieu of clinic hours for the week) for 8 hours of training.
|Module 1.0- Self-paced reading and listening||Module 2.0- Onboarding Video||Module 3.0 -Interactive workshop|
|Format: Self paced activity A suite of articles, podcasts, getting started guide and a case template for reflection will be provided with the registration confirmation email. Work through in your own time before the workshop.||Format: Self paced activity A one hour onboarding video to introduce you to the program, the school based health service development, working with adolescents and the medico-legal framework. In your own time before the workshop||Format: Interactive LIVE workshop Date: Monday 29th August Time: 1pm-3.30pm, online Via Zoom.|
|Topic: The age of Adolescence, Youth Friendly care and getting started in the DiSS clinic||Topic: Introduction to the DiSS program and school based health services. A developmental approach to working with young people Risk and resilience screening Medico-legal framework||Topic: Risk and Protective factors screening and feeling secure with the medico-legal framework Interactive workshop and case based discussions Putting principles into practice|
|Learning outcomes Recognise best practice approaches to working with young people in primary care Identify the key ages and stages and understand relevant developmental concerns and social milestones||Learning outcomes Examine key activities, roles and responsibilities involved in establishing a school-based health clinic. Discuss the relevant developmental and evidence informed frameworks relevant to working with school-aged adolescents||Learning outcomes Apply a developmentally appropriate and evidence informed approach to screening for risk factors and risk-taking behaviours in adolescent case discussions. Apply the operational and medico-legal frameworks governing the Doctors in Secondary Schools Program to case management discussions.|
|Work at your own pace||Video- estimated time to complete 60 minutes||Please join us online from 12.45 for a 1pm sharp start. The workshop runs for 2-2.5 hours|
Facilitators: Prof Lena Sanci and Dr Bianca Forrester, Department of General Practice, DiSS Clinical Training team
|Module 4.0- Clinical Communication skills training||Module 5.0 Networking event|
|Format: See here for details||Format: LIVE interactive event Time: TBA|
|Learning outcomes Demonstrate appropriate communication skills for engaging with adolescents in a clinical consultation.||Learning outcomes Construct a service improvement plan for your clinic informed by the progress of colleagues in the program to date.|
|90 minutes||90 minutes|
Onboarding training is an RACGP CPD-accredited activity (Activity ID: 205942) and ACRRM PDP accredited activity (Activity ID: 23935) for the 2020-2022 triennium.
Registrants will receive a confirmation email with an agenda and information about completing each module.
To pre-submit questions, please email: Diss-Training@unimelb.edu.au
Please note: didactic components of these workshops will not be made available for catch-up at a later date.