Telehealth eHealth and Social Media modules
ACRRM has developed a range of educational modules to assist clinicians and practice staff to make decisions regarding the use and implementation of a range of ehealth solutions relevant to Rural Generalist Practice
ACRRMs early work focussed on telehealth. Telehealth provides immediate opportunities for rural doctors and staff to enhance the relationships you have established with specialists to provide care locally for the benefit of your patients.
3. Social Media for Rural Doctors. (coming soon)
This short module will also be organised into the three domains of the ACRRM Standards Framework and will provide more in detail and practical examples regarding use of SoMe (Social Media).
- Clinical- accessing up-to-date clinical information, participating in clinical education, - e.g. journal clubs , conferences, providing clinical education to patients etc
- Technical- Devices used to access SoMe, Types of SoMe, performance, risk management, utility- how to get started and manage information and groups
- Contextual- examples of use with in rural generalist practice, within health service organisations, and systems and communities of interest. This will cover professional responsibility and standards
- National eHealth Program
- Social media