AWe have moved and upgraded to a new EOLE education learning platform, and your completed modules are no longer available. You can access the module by registering to EOLE education learning platform. To access the new platform please register from the Education Modules page via the blue ‘Register/Login’ button.
AThe EOLE education learning platform has been upgraded so we can accommodate more learners and provide more resources. Please update your old link to https://education.endoflifeessentials.com.au.
AYes. Restart the module in the new EOLE education learning platform as user history is no longer available. To access the new platform please register from the Education Modules page via the blue ‘Register/Login’ button.
AIn the ‘Your Current Workplace’ box:
AEnd-of-Life Essentials offers self-paced learning, which allows you to complete modules at your own speed. This means you can log in and out at any time. When you return, the system remembers where you were up to in the module.
AUpdate your web browser to make sure you're using the latest version. Try the links to Vimeo underneath each of the videos – some learners find the videos often work using this video sharing platform. Try from a different device. Our modules are optimised for viewing from smart phones and tablets. Access our resources from your home, public library or free Wi-Fi hotspot.
AIf you don’t have any sound, you can read the dialogue in the module videos by turning on the closed captions. Closed captions on videos are not just beneficial for those who are hard of hearing, or who have English as a second language – anyone can find them useful. To turn on closed captions on a smartphone or tablet:
To turn on closed captions on a desktop computer:
AIf you are in the nursing profession you will need to complete a minimum of 20 hours of professional development a year. Record the time you spend completing the modules, reading the additional references and resources, and participating in the self-reflective activities. The total time spent can be used to meet the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) registration standard on CPD.
For more information go to Guidelines: Continuing professional development
AHPRA also provide a sample template for documenting CPD.
AMedical practitioners registered with the Medical Board of Australia need to complete a minimum number of CPD hours that are relevant to your scope of practice. The number of hours required varies depending on whether you have a general or specialist registration or both. More information on the minimum requirements for CPD is available here.
AThe CPD requirements of each National Board are detailed in the Registration Standards for each profession, published on each Board website. These detail the number of credits/points/hours practitioners must spend each year on learning activities. More information is available here.
If you would like additional information on the website or education modules, please contact the end-of-life Essential project team at Flinders University: email@example.com