PAMSWA portal training session

Event Details

  • The first of the training workshops for Western Australian (WA) maternal and child health (MCH) workers and tobacco prevention staff in the use of the HealthInfoNet site and yarning places (with a specific focus on the maternal smoking prevention portal) is scheduled to be delivered.

    Venue: Edith Cowan University Mount Lawley campus Building 15.123
    Date: 17 September 2015
    Time: 9am to 12noon
    Cost: Free with morning tea provided
    Delivery mode: Hands on using ipads.

    The training will be coordinated by AIH using a similar format to the existing HealthInfoNet workshops that are delivered to the Indigenous health workforce. Participants will be recruited for this training via the list of those people who have registered for the yarning place and through the former AMSSU’s contact list of MCH service providers in WA.

    There will be provision for two to four training sessions (one to two hours in length) within the Perth metropolitan region of WA. The training will cover how to access and use the portal information and resources most effectively and how to register for the yarning place and connect with other service providers on the site.

    By participating in a face-to-face learning experience on the portal and yarning place, and having the opportunity to ask questions and seek support, it is expected members will engage with the site and effectively utilise the information and resources, and establish connections with their peers.

    For further information or to express interest in attending the training please contact Trish O’Hara via email at Please note further training sessions will take place when sufficient numbers of participants have registered their interest.
  • Date
    9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Where
    Edith Cowan University Mount Lawley Building 15.123 Map
  • Host
    Preventing Aboriginal Maternal Smoking WA
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