All our professionals at Canberra City Health Network (CCHN) are enthusiastic about contributing to the education of the next generation of allied health professionals. We find many benefits in strengthening the knowledge shared by our team. It not only keeps us up-to-date with changes in the pre-professional curricula but also ultimately improves the quality of patient care and the growth of our professionals.
Our aim for education programs at CCHN is twofold. To offer our highly reputable clinical education programs to enrolled Australian and international students while leading research into clinical education undertaken in private practice.
Our clinical education programs are led by fully qualified educators and offered to enrolled Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists, Nutritionists and Massage Therapists.
What is the Student Placement program (4th year onwards)?
Individualised program structured around a personal learning plan delivered and overseen by our clinical educators
Opportunity to observe 30+ clinicians of multi-disciplinary backgrounds
Development of reflective practice strategies
Engagement in relevant in-house tutorials
Access to private practice over four locations treating over 600 patients per week
A Mentor will be assigned to your adventure
Opportunity for ongoing mentoring
Hands on approach to learning
The clinical education training programs offered by CCHN reflect best practice in clinical education.
Opportunity to explore the scope of practice, clinical procedures and clinical reasoning of the different health professions.
Learn about inter-professional health care and clinic management.
Please read our commitment to you, our patients and staff in our research developed with the Department of Health and ANU focusing on keeping allied health open during a pandemic: ANU HHRI_Findings_Factsheet_FINAL