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Clinical logbook for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers: review and update

 

Overview

The Clinical logbook for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers is a competency-based learning and assessment tool. The aim of this project by Health Workforce Australia (HWA) was to review and update the logbook as part of a package of reforms to improve training for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers.

The HWA approved revised logbook will be used by registered training organisations across Australia. The review and subsequent update of this book supports one of the key findings in the Growing our future report by HWA, which recommended improvements to training quality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers.

The review was undertaken by the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education.

Abstract adapted from Health Workforce Australia

Contacts

Pat Maher
Program Manager
Workforce Innovation and Reform
Ph: (08) 8409 4564
Email: Pat.Maher@hwa.gov.au

Zell Dodd
Project Manager
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce program, Workforce Innovation and Reform
Ph: (08) 8409 4659
Email: Zell.Dodd@hwa.gov.au

Health Workforce Australia
GPO Box 2098
Adelaide SA 5001
Level 6
400 King William Street
Adelaide SA 5000
Ph: (08) 8409 4500
Fax: (08) 8212 3841
Email: hwa@hwa.gov.au

Related publications

Health Workforce Australia (2011)

Growing our future: the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health worker project final report.

Adelaide: Health Workforce Australia

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Last updated: 2 October 2013
 
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