School of Health Professions

Professional Development - Short Courses

Quality and Safety in Healthcare

We are passionate about educating the Healthcare Industry's next Clinical Nurse Managers.

The Quality and Safety in Healthcare Short Course is designed to foster knowledge and understanding of concepts, principles and practices of continuous improvement in a range of healthcare settings. You will develop an understanding of creative, effective and practical approaches to implementing quality and safety practices in the workplace. Evidence-based leadership and change management strategies in the workplace are also explored within the course.

Modules

Module 1: Concepts of safety and quality in healthcare
Module 2: Errors and adverse events: how systems and human factors interact
Module 3: Understanding and managing clinical risk: healthcare acquired infections, medication errors and teamwork
Module 4: Investigating and learning from errors
Module 5: Engaging consumers in care
Module 6: Quality improvement to enhance care

Interested? Download the Short Course flyer here, with information about flexible study options and enrolment. Students will be provided with support from the Course Coordinator as required to understand the content and to complete the modules. All attendees will be provided with a Certificate of Completion for a successful completing of each module.

For all enquiries into this unit, please call (08) 9360 2669 or email shpadmin@murdoch.edu.au for information.

 Mental Health Skills Workshop

Dignity Therapy is a life review psychotherapy where people document important memories and leave messages for their loves ones.

This Mental Health Skills Workshop will benefit student nurses, practice nurses, emergency department nurses and carers who may come in contact with people suffering from mental illness and those who would like to refresh or update their skills and knowledge. This ability to recognise signs of mental illness and how to care for patients whilst having an understanding of the resources available, can lead to increased confidence when dealing with people with a mental illness, which can ultimately benefit your practice. 

Professionals from non-government agencies, industry and those with lived experience of mental illness will share their expertise and stories. Interactive workshops will provide you with the opportunity to practice your skills.

Who is this course suitable for?

New nursing graduates, practice nurses, emergency department nurses, student nurses and carers.

Interested in registering?

See our event page for more information and to register: www.murdochmentalhealth.eventbrite.com.