Jean Hailes is a provider of choice of high quality, evidence-based, specialist women’s health learning opportunities for health professionals. Education is provided via a range of channels including online and face-to-face activities. Jean Hailes also provides practice support information and tools such as algorithms, GP assessment and management tools as well as patient information sheets and booklets.
Our aim is to optimise access to education for health professionals across all sectors including metropolitan, regional and rural Australia. Jean Hailes continually reviews and revises the education, tools and resources we provide. Feedback from health professionals is extremely valuable to this process.
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Active Learning Modules (ALMs)
This area provides the opportunity to complete Active Learning Modules which deliver structured, quality education opportunities aimed at achieving changes in performance, knowledge, skills, behaviours and attitudes.
Jean Hailes provides a range of webinars and presentations with audio for health professionals. These online educational activities contribute to continuing professional development requirements of health professional peak bodies such as RACGP.
This webpage is a growing hub for providing relevant and practical advice from Jean Hailes experts in easy-to-digest formats including videos, checklists and case studies.
Jean Hailes has developed practice support information and tools such as algorithms and GP assessment and management tools for health professionals in the areas of menopause and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
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Free monthly health articles
The Jean Hailes Free monthly health article is available to health and community organisations for publication in your newsletter, magazine, blog or website. These articles cover a different women's health issue each month on topics such as anxiety and worry, vitamin D deficiency, endometriosis, hormone replacement therapy and polycystic ovary syndrome – just to name a few.
Many migrant groups in Australia suffer poorer health than the Australian-born population with evidence showing that the lack of culturally appropriate health information may be one of the contributing factors. To address this, Jean Hailes, with generous funding from the Collie Foundation, has conducted a three-year research project into better understanding the unique health information needs of migrant groups.
The results of this project are a range of culturally relevant resources that are freely available for download and distribution. These resources have been extensively tested within migrant groups. Jean Hailes is committed to improving the health of all women in Australia and this project is a testament to that vision.
Supervised clinical attachment
Jean Hailes offers supervised clinical attachments in the area of women's health at our Medical Centre in Clayton, Victoria. The attachment enables health practitioners to observe consultations with our women’s health specialists - GPs, endocrinologists, gynaecologists, naturopath.
Professional development seminars
Jean Hailes provides professional development opportunities for medical practitioners, nurses and allied health professionals through a variety of individually designed seminars ranging from a one hour presentation to a full day workshop.
Women’s health course
A one-day course for doctors and health professionals, has been developed in collaboration with PapScreen Victoria and the Melbourne Medical School to provide a comprehensive women's health education program. It is designed to be engaging, informative, interactive and practically based and encourages the involvement of participants.