As technology continues to disrupt Australia’s healthcare sector, Telstra Health has partnered with RMIT Online and the Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) to deliver a suite of new courses to upskill health professionals in technology-driven care.
Selected Telstra Health employees, with a combined diverse wealth of experience in the healthcare sector, have supported in the design and development of three new courses which will address skills shortages in digital health, change management and patient care.
The online courses in ‘Technology Enabled Care’, ‘Healthcare Design’ and ‘Digital Health Strategy and Change’, aim to enhance industry-led innovation and ensure Australia continues to be a global leader in the delivery of best practice care.
Each six-week course will offer a blend of learning and coaching by industry mentors and have been developed in partnership with Telstra Health, Digital Health CRC, Queensland Health, CanTeen and RMIT’s Health Transformation Lab.
For healthcare leaders, enrolling in the courses will allow them to increase their capacity to shape the future of healthcare delivery.
The courses will be fully credentialed by RMIT University, and you can find out more on the RMIT Online website here.