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From short eLearning modules and workshops, to immersive programs and Masters-level courses – HETI supports the full range of clinical and non-clinical roles across NSW Health and beyond.
We manage the recruitment of medical interns, cadetships and student clinical placements across NSW Health. Scholarships and grants are also offered to support equal access to education.
HETI draws on the latest technology, innovative learning methods and evidence-based research to design contemporary, responsive health education and training.
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There are 5 elements in this self assessment. This is made up of a series of questions from each of these elements. Examples can be found under the ‘I’ icon.
After rating yourself, you will have the opportunity to complete the following questions:
This colour key provides a quick reference to the action level required based upon your selections.Good, continue || Good, but can be improved || Needs attention || Needs to be addressed as a priority
Education and training evaluated in short medium and long term
Allied health professionals receive appropriate education and training relevant to service delivery requirements
Reporting of activity occurs through data management systems
Critical incident reviews include recommendations regarding education and training of staff and allocation of funding necessary to support implementation
Allied Health educator positions are in place
The implementation of these guidelines is progressed through consultation with all health professional groups and is aligned with state and national strategies
Agenda items of concern to allied health professionals are tabled for discussion through relevant allied health representatives
A minimum of 30 minutes per week is dedicated to CPD (excluding essential training)
Allied health collaborates with medical and nursing colleagues to plan and promote interdisciplinary learning activities
Resources actively allocated to professional development in rural and remote areas
Information is gathered from patient/client groups and used to inform education activities, including demographics, case mix, disease profiles and satisfaction with care delivery
Infrastructure is in place to support use of data management systems including access to computer hardware, IT support and training of allied health professionals
Development of Aboriginal related training within the LHD/SHN or external provider
Ensure all parts are completed prior to proceeding