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E-Learning for Students

Mandatory Training

Whilst on placements, students must comply with relevant policies, guidelines and procedures.  Relevant policy directives may identify a mandatory training requirement applicable to students.  Students must complete their mandatory training in accordance with these policy directives where relevant to their level of supervision / exposure to patients.

The e-Learning modules are available on the 'My Health Learning' system.  Students will automatically be provided with a StaffLink ID fourteen days before their clinical placement which they will use to log into My Health Learning to complete the eLearning modules.  Access to My Health Learning will be terminated fourteen days after the end of each placement.  Access will continue to be reactivated for each subsequent placement.

EMR Training

Nursing and Midwifery students are also able to complete the module titled 'Overview of the eMR for Nursing and Midwifery Students'.

Login to My Health Learning here

Help Resources

How do I reset my password for My Health Learning?

If you have not yet set up your security profile, contact the State-Wide Service Desk on 1300 28 55 33.  If you have set up your security profile, you can reset your password via the 'Forgot my Password' link.

Resource guides:

StaffLink IDs and automated emails - How they are received and what to do if you didn't get one?
Setting your password via the First time login link
How do I set up my NSW Health Security Profile?
What to do if you receive an error message when trying to log into or use My Health Learning
How do I complete the eLearning modules in My Health Learning?
How do I find the eMR training module in My Health Learning? (Nursing and Midwifery only)
Requirements for My Health Learning via Non-Health Device (MHL)
How do I contact the State-Wide Service Desk?
FAQs - StaffLink ID, access to My Health Learning and eLearning modules for students
FAQs - Students who are NSW Health Staff, StaffLink IDs and eLearning

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