Education

Please check out our Upcoming Events for education activities run by the AusPATH Education Committee.

E-LEARNING MODULE: TRANS (INCL. GENDER DIVERSE AND NON-BINARY) PRIMARY CARE

The overarching purpose is to promote more inclusive and responsive services for TGDNB people in primary health care settings. The full module takes about 60 minutes to complete, covers a range of areas, and incorporates a variety of activities and visual content. It includes self-evaluation questions to assess the learning achieved. You can also choose to do particular sections of the module by using the index on the dashboard of the online classroom.

To access this free resource, CLICK HERE

This online training module – the first in Australia – has been developed by the University of Melbourne in collaboration with leading clinical and consumer experts in TGDNB health care. It has been endorsed by AusPATH, and is designed for general practitioners, practice nurses and medical students to become familiar with and sensitive to the diverse terminology, experiences, health issues, standards, and referral pathways with respect to trans, gender diverse, and non-binary (TGDNB) clients.

TRANSGENDER HEALTH JOURNAL

AusPATH subscribes to the peer-reviewed Transgender Health Journal for the exclusive use of members.

Image courtesy of: Australian Healthcare Associates Final Report on Development of Trans and Gender Diverse Services in Victoria, June 2018

E-LEARNING MODULE: TRANS (INCL. GENDER DIVERSE AND NON-BINARY) MENTAL HEALTH CARE

The “Mental Health Care for Trans, Gender Diverse, and Non-Binary People” module is designed for a range of mental health professionals to become familiar with and sensitive to the diverse terminology, experiences, issues, standards, and referral pathways with respect to trans, gender diverse, and non-binary (TGDNB) clients.

The overarching purpose is to promote more inclusive and responsive service provision for TGDNB people in mental health care settings. The module has been developed by the University of Melbourne in collaboration with clinical and consumer experts in the health and wellbeing of the TGDNB community.

To access this free resource, CLICK HERE

Please note that enrolment is not automated. For queries related to this course, please contact Dr Ruth McNair at r.mcnair@unimelb.edu.au.

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