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Modern Slavery in Healthcare Bundle 1-6

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Modern Slavery in Healthcare Bundle 1-6
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Module 1 focuses on developing an awareness of modern slavery in our personal choices as consumers. In modules 2, 3 and 4, we will be looking at modern slavery in the healthcare setting and how we can be advocates and influencers for change. Module 5 and 6?is aimed primarily at nurses in policy-making roles, leadership and education. However, it is also of interest to nurse who wants to use the information to influence policy in their place of work. Learning Outcomes Module 1 • Discuss?the issue of modern slavery in consumer supply chains. • Understand the power of the consumer's voice in creating change. • Take action towards being a conscious consumer. Learning outcomes Module 2 • Discuss modern slavery in Australia in more depth. • Identify the signs and symptoms of modern slavery and exploitation. • Be equipped with tools and resources to identify modern slavery risks in your healthcare setting. Learning outcomes Module 3 • Identify potential survivors of modern slavery using the tools provided. • Identify at risk groups in clinical and community environments. • Be an advocate in the workplace to raise awareness of modern slavery. Learning outcomes Module 4 • Outline the risk of modern slavery in Australian health supply chains? • Understand their role to be an influencer in their place of work?? • Use practical tools to increase the power of their influence Learning outcomes Module 5: • Understand the role of the nurse in influencing policy. • Formulate policies and procedures to manage modern slavery risk?in their workplace. • Formulate ethical sourcing policies for medical supply chains. Learning outcomes Module 6: • Understand how the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth) is supported by a good governance framework. • Discuss modern slavery in relation to the National Standards Clinical Governance Framework. • Use tools to engage with operations, supply chain and other personnel.

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Presented by:

Sarah Morse, Unchained Solutions.

Modern Slavery in Healthcare Bundle 1-6

Module 1 focuses on developing an awareness of modern slavery in our personal choices as consumers. In modules 2, 3 and 4, we will be looking at modern slavery in the healthcare setting and how we can be advocates and influencers for change. Module 5 and 6?is aimed primarily at nurses in policy-making roles, leadership and education. However, it is also of interest to nurse who wants to use the information to influence policy in their place of work.

Learning Outcomes Module 1
• Discuss?the issue of modern slavery in consumer supply chains.
• Understand the power of the consumer's voice in creating change.
• Take action towards being a conscious consumer.

Learning outcomes Module 2
• Discuss modern slavery in Australia in more depth.
• Identify the signs and symptoms of modern slavery and exploitation.
• Be equipped with tools and resources to identify modern slavery risks in your healthcare setting.

Learning outcomes Module 3
• Identify potential survivors of modern slavery using the tools provided.
• Identify at risk groups in clinical and community environments.
• Be an advocate in the workplace to raise awareness of modern slavery.

Learning outcomes Module 4
• Outline the risk of modern slavery in Australian health supply chains?
• Understand their role to be an influencer in their place of work??
• Use practical tools to increase the power of their influence

Learning outcomes Module 5:
• Understand the role of the nurse in influencing policy.
• Formulate policies and procedures to manage modern slavery risk?in their workplace.
• Formulate ethical sourcing policies for medical supply chains.

Learning outcomes Module 6:
• Understand how the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth) is supported by a good governance framework.
• Discuss modern slavery in relation to the National Standards Clinical Governance Framework.
• Use tools to engage with operations, supply chain and other personnel.
360.00
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Content Type: Elearning module

CPD Hours: 3.00

Created: Tuesday, 17 May 2022

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Area/s of Study

  • Education

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