RAHC On-line Training Module
The RAHC Introduction to Remote Health Practice Program (online)
The Remote Area Health Corps (RAHC) has developed a suite of online clinical training modules designed especially for health professionals working in remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory (NT). The RAHC Introduction to Remote Health Practice Program (online) has been developed as a training resource to provide timely, high quality, orientation and learning materials for RAHC health professionals preparing to work in remote health clinics and services.
See Strong: A Focus on Indigenous Eye Health. Rural Health Education Video
See Strong is a half hour documentary style program that highlights some successful programs operating in the Northern Territory that offer both prevention and treatment options to improve Indigenous eye health.
Featured case studies include:
- The Trachoma Story Kit: a trachoma prevention program being implemented in the Bulla community in the Northern Territory.
- Regional Eye Health Program, Katherine, Northern Territory: a model of coordinated eye care in Katherine, NT through the Regional Eye Health Program filmed at Wurli Wurlinjang Aboriginal Health Service
- Eye Health in Central Australia: Ophthamologist, Tim Henderson, discusses his role in the Central Australian and Barkly Integrated Eye Health Service.
A Clear View: Improving Indigenous Eye Health. Rural Health Education Video
A Clear View is a 75 minute program discussing different eye health diseases as well as the continuum of eye care that includes prevention, early detection, treatment and rehabilitation. Filmed case studies feature some specific models of care.
- Chair: Dr Norman Swan - Presenter of the Health Report on ABC Radio National and Tonic on ABC24 TV
- Dr Tim Henderson - Eye Specialist, Alice Springs Hospital, NT
- Ms Anna Morse - Optometrist, Project Manager, Aboriginal Eye Care, International Centre for Eyecare Education (ICEE)
- Ms Barbara O'Connor - Indigenous Regional Eye Health Coordinator, Woolloongabba, QLD
- Professor Hugh R. Taylor AC - Harold Mitchell Professor of Indigenous Eye Health, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne