Face to face course
This module is available as a 4 hour trainer facilated face to face course.
Wednesday 18th October, 2023, 0900-1300
Middlemore Hospital Ko Awatea Room 105
Face to face Online Remote face to face
The aim of this course is to help you work better with refugee patients and families, during consultations; to increase your awareness of their settlement challenges; and to guide you on how to respond to the traumatic experiences a refugee patient and their families may have endured.
This course is intended for anyone working in primary care, secondary care or mental health services who wants to work more effectively with refugee patients/clients. Very few refugees emerge from their experiences without having endured or witnessed some form of physical and/or psychological trauma.
You must complete the following course before enrolling in this course:
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
On completing this course you will have a better understanding of the ‘refugee experience’ and the long-term physical and psychological impacts on refugees resettled in New Zealand; and have developed new skills on how to use strengths-based interventions in planning care with refugee patients and their families.
E-Learning online self-paced learning = 3 hours.
Face-to-face in-person (facilitated by an educator) = 4 hours.
Remote face-to-face training via video conferencing = 2 hours. This is an abridged version facilitated by an educator via Zoom.
The following resources will be available after you complete this and other CALD courses:
This module is available as a self guided 3 hour online course.
Very practical, relevant and helpful
Enhanced my knowledge
Learnt a lot and reinforce the work I have been doing
This is such a valuable learning tool. Helping one to have compassion but also giving practical tools of understanding for our practice