Diabetes and oral health educational program

  22 March 2019  University of Melbourne   |   Third party content – view disclaimer

Have you ever wanted to help develop a training module? Do you have an interest in diabetes and/or oral health?

This project is evaluating the effectiveness of a developed educational program to address the oral health and diabetes literacy needs of health care professionals such as GPs, primary health care nurses, diabetes educators, community pharmacists and oral health practitioners.

The course is free and CPD points are available. Because this is a pilot and evaluation of a new program, you will be expected to complete an online pre-workshop module, attend a face-to-face workshop, and complete an online refresher module six months after, as well as questionnaires before and after the workshop. This all should take a total of around 4.5 hours over 7-8 months.

Mr Huy Do
Phone: 0421 136 767

Responsible researcher:
Dr Phyllis Lau

Ethics ID: 1852515

 University of Melbourne School of Medicine – General Practice

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