Radiation Therapy Practice Modules: Implementing Practice Change

Duration

16 hours

Mode

Self-paced

Location

Online

Cost

$500

Next Intake

To be determined

Overview

The Radiation Therapy Practice Professional Development modules are available to radiation therapists to enhance their professional learning. The modules have been created by a consortium of universities, including Monash University, RMIT University, University of South Australia, University of Newcastle, and Queensland University of Technology. The purpose of this module is toprovide an overview of concepts and ideas that may have relevance and implicationsfor the introduction of change to clinical practice in a radiation therapy setting.

Course content

By the end of this module you will be able to explain the principles of quality managementand risk minimisation, and incident management. You will be able to describe the principles of change management and how change operates in organisations. You will also be able to create training guidelines and engage clinical mentoring skills to educate others in relation to practice change.

Timetable

There are currently no dates scheduled for this course. Please contact us or join our mailing list to express your interest in this course.

How to enrol

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Prerequisites

All qualified radiation therapists are eligible for admission. Professionals from related fields are welcome to enrol, but should be aware the content is directed towards radiation therapy and radiation therapists. All applicants should consider the module overview available on the University web sites prior to enrollment.

Materials supplied

Learning materials will be delivered to students via the online platform Stile. All content is evidence based and has been validated by experts in the field. Lessons include interactive reflective exercises, peer discussion, references to additional reading, and self-directed quiz based assessment.

Suited to

All qualified radiation therapists.

Additional notes

You will receive access to ‘Stile’ and the module once your registration and payment has been processed. Please note: enrolment on a module does not provide access to any University based resources. Please complete one registration form per module. Registration forms must be submitted to the University by the closing date provided. Payment MUST be received prior to the 1st September in order for your registration to be accepted.

Outcome

By the end of this module you will be able to explain the principles of quality managementand risk minimisation, and incident management. You will be able to describe the principles of change management and how change operates in organisations. You will also be able to create training guidelines and engage clinical mentoring skills toeducate others in relation to practice change.

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