Brien Holden Foundation & AH&MRC Eye Health Training
AH&MRC is collaborating with the Brien Holden foundation to deliver face to face culturally appropriate training to Aboriginal Health Workers & Practitioners interested in eye health. The training covers a wide array of topics including
- Using the retinal camera
- Using the slit lamp
- Identifying eye abnormalities
- Claiming for eye health
Dian Rahardjo, Brien Holden Foundation
Colina Waddell, Brien Holden Foundation
Attendees will be sent an online RAHC (Remote Area Health Corporation) course (2 hours maximum) to complete prior to the training. The course will ensure that 2 CPD points will be there for you to claim in future studies.
The AH&MRC is offering three training sessions. Travel, accommodation and catering during the training will all be paid for.
|Southern Region||Woorigee Sports Club, Woorigee||4th of May||10am – 4:30pm|
|Western Region||The Remington, Orange||18th of May||10:30am – 4:30pm|
|Metro Region||Shangri-La hotel, Sydney||16th of June||10am – 4:30pm|
Unfortunately, the Northern Region Eye Health Training has been cancelled.
If you have any questions or require further information about the eye health training, reach out to Kezia Blackledge on KBlackledge@ahmrc.org.au or phone 0491 177 860