|Course code||Location||Workshop date||Apply|
4 March 2015
|IUDMA152||NEWCASTLE||9 April 2015||
|IUDMA153||ASHFIELD||22 July 2015||
Applications close 28 May 2015
|IUDMA154||ASHFIELD||14 October 2015||
Applications not open
|Duration||Module 1||3 hours (6.00-9.00pm)|
|2-4 clinical sessions (2-3 hours per clinic) and reflective activity (20-30 hours)|
|Mode of delivery:||Blended:||Face to face pre-clinical workshop with two to four clinical sessions. Participants have three months from conclusion of Module 1 to complete the clinical training.|
|Prerequisite||Pre-reading and related activities (approximately four hours) must be completed before attendance at the face to face workshop. These are distributed to participants four weeks prior to attendance.|
This course in IUD insertion consists of two modules.
Module 1 provides information on IUD types, pre-insertion assessment of patients and management of IUD related problems. This practical workshop is designed to develop competence and skill in IUD insertion techniques on models prior to clinical placement. The workshop comprises small group discussions with case studies and IUD insertion skills training utilising pelvic models.
Module 2 is clinical-based and involves participants inserting IUDs in patients under direct supervision of an experienced IUD insertion doctor. Training is competence-based, recognises the trainee's established skills and concentrates on areas that require further development. Familiarisation with the common types of IUD devices available in Australia is included in this training.
Clinical training may be undertaken at a Family Planning NSW Clinic, or interstate. Training may also be available through one of Family Planning NSW training partnerships with NSW Public Hospitals or Community Women's Health Centres.
Medical Practitioners who wish to offer IUD insertion to women in their clinical practice.
Applicants must be a Medical Practitioner with at least two years postgraduate experience and have current medical registration with the Medical Board of Australia. Adequate Professional Indemnity Insurance is the sole responsibility of the participant.
Participants should have extensive experience in contraceptive counselling and have well-developed bimanual pelvic examination skills. Generally, this would mean participants have undertaken a Family Planning Certificate or Diploma, or have considerable experience in women’s health and gynaecology.
This course is conducted in two modules. Module 1 must be completed prior to Module 2 however, recognition of prior learning (RPL) may be applied for.
$1040 - Module 1 & 2 (Theory & Clinical - Full Course)
Unit of Competency
'Family Planning NSW Certificate of Competency in IUD Insertion' will be issued upon successful completion of Modules 1 and 2. Assessment will be based upon full attendance, submission of home-based learning activities prior to workshop, and successful demonstration of competence in IUD insertion technique during final clinical session
RACGP: Category 1 - ALM - 40 points
RACGP: This Activity is Accredited for 40 Category 1 points for Supervised Clinical Attachment and Category 1 - ALM - 40 points on completion of the Clinical Portfolio and Reflective Learning Activity as part of the RACGP Quality Improvement & Continuing Professional Development Program in the 2014-2016 Triennium. Activity number pending.
ACRRIM: This Activity is accredited for 30 PRPD Points + 30 PRPD O&G MOPS Points for completion of Module 1 and Module 2
ContactCourse Administration Unit, Education Services
Phone: 02 8752 4300 press 1 for Education Services
Address: Family Planning NSW, 328-336 Liverpool Rd, Ashfield NSW 2131
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