The Australian Commission on Quality & Safety in Health Care (ACQSHC) has produced resources on how to reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure and infection.
COVID-19 is presenting major challenges for the health care community, with rapidly updated information.
In addition to your local health service and state or territory health department directives, the following links will help you access up to date COVID-19 resources.
AHPRA has developed the resource Responding to COVID-19:
All COVID-19 related updates from AHPRA and the National Boards can be found here.
(These resources were previously on the NMBA website)
The Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation (ANMF) has developed a wide range of information on COVID-19 for ANMF members.
COVID-19 Australian Government, Department of Health
The Australian Government Department of Health has compiled a collection of resources for health professionals, including aged care providers, pathology providers and health care managers, about coronavirus (COVID-19).
Access the Department of Health Australia COVID-19 resources
A specific page has been produced, focusing on personal protective equipment for the healthcare workforce during COVID-19.
The International Continence Society (ICS) has produced a Guide to conducting online consultations during COVID-19.
This short video links to multiple other videos on a range of COVID-19 (and other) topics.
Access the ICS Guide to conducting online consultations during COVID-19
The Medical Journal of Australia has provided free access to a substantial list of articles on COVID-19.
The University of Melbourne is offering a range of short courses related to COVID-19.
Many of these short courses are free of charge. Courses include;
- Clinical ethics and COVID-19
- Critical care essentials for nurses
- Communicating COVID-19; Preparing clinicians to tackle challenging questions
- Compassion fatigue; the cost of caring
- Clinical resilience during COVID-19
The World Health Organization (WHO) website has a range of authoritative information on COVID-19.
Although WHO has a global perspective, it presents information on each individual country.
There is a breadth of information, from a wide variety of perspectives.