The following online modules are available on gplearning.
Alcohol and Other Drugs: Essential Skills
Develop your core AOD consulting skills. Essential Skills Training is ideal for students, GPs in training, international medical graduates and members who want to refresh their AOD knowledge and skills in the current Australian context.
CPD Hours: 4 hours
Alcohol and other drugs: GP-led treatment, management and self-care
Build on your core AOD consulting skills and create a repertoire of strategies to support people who use AOD, including withdrawal, weaning and opioid replacement therapy.
CPD Hours: 6 hours
Alcohol and Other Drugs: Facilitating behaviour change
Enhance your therapeutic relationship and support behaviour change through use of motivational interviewing techniques.
CPD Hours: 3 hours
Alcohol and Other Drugs: Providing trauma-informed care
There is a known and recognised link between risky substance use and trauma. This course aims to improve your understanding of trauma and to improve your skills in providing trauma-informed care.
CPD Hours: 2.5 hours
Alcohol and other drugs: Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
This course provides practical steps for GPs to use when supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients who use alcohol and other drugs in a way that it is causing them harm.
CPD Hours: 1 hour.
Alcohol and Other Drugs: Supporting people in contact with the criminal justice system
This course is designed to build GP awareness, confidence and skills to meet the clinical healthcare needs of people who use alcohol and other drugs (AOD) and are in contact with the criminal justice system.
CPD Hours: 1 hour
Further AOD related e-learning modules are available on gplearning.
- Addressing doctors' health: caring for ourselves and our colleagues
- Benzodiazepine prescribing in general practice
- Borderline personality disorder: diagnosis and management in general practice
- Chronic pain: an integrative approach
- Communication skills in general practice
- Effective pain management in general practice