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Health, Fitness & Lifestyle
Drug Rehab Centre

How to Choose the Best Drug Rehab Centre for Your Needs

If the time has come to consider the possibility of going into a drug rehab centre, then good for you. You’ve identified that you have a drug or alcohol problem, and you are taking the first step to correct it.

Now that you know this is the right move for you, you then need to find the best drug rehab centre for your needs. There are plenty to choose, and all offer different facilities and services. Read on to discover what you must factor in before you make your decision.

Treatment Methods and Protocols

Every drug rehab facility is different, which means the protocols and treatment methods are likely to be as well. It’s crucial to find a facility that provides many of the tools and support networks you will need to get clean.

A few of the drug addiction treatments in a rehab facility could include counselling, medication, mental health evaluations, support groups, and long-term follow-ups. If you find a rehab facility you like, make sure you find out what’s available to support your new journey to sobriety.

Find Out About Aftercare

Studies show that up to 60 percent of addicts who exit drug rehab will end up using their drug of choice again. The relapse might not necessarily be a permanent one, but aftercare could make all the difference to whether you relapse or not.

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Rural Health Teaching Sites

Rural Health Teaching Sites

Welcome to the Virtual Orientation Tour website. Our goal has been to develop a suite of virtual tours of rural and remote health practice settings around Tasmania to assist students select and prepare for rural placements. It is important that students understand rural health services, including the supports, resources and breadth of learning opportunities available so they can align their goals and expectations of the rural professional experience placement to optimise clinical learning.

The Virtual Orientation Tours will provide you with a range of site-specific resources to introduce you to the health services provided, on-site clinical learning facilities, key personnel, accommodation, and other learning resources. We hope that this will allay any pre-placement fears, better prepare you for rural placement and make you feel more confident and welcome.

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Aboriginal Health Service - Hobart

Aboriginal Health Service – Hobart

Welcome to the Aboriginal Health service in Hobart. The services we offer at the AHS in Hobart include:

    • Consultations with doctors, Aboriginal Health Workers, specialist paediatrician and general physician, nurses, child health nurse and midwife, diabetes educator, dietician and Allied Health professionals;
    • Health promotion campaigns in areas such as: Nutrition; Active lifestyles; Quit smoking; Antenatal support; Oral health; Child and maternal health and Mental health.

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Aboriginal Health Services

Aboriginal Health Services

Welcome. Students have limited opportunities to learn about or experience Aboriginal culture, understand Aboriginal health issues or gain work-integrated learning experience in Aboriginal Health Services. These Virtual Tours are designed to prepare students for placement in Aboriginal health so they can make the most of the time available. They include information about:

  • The Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre and the health and community services it provides;
  • The location and layout of each service and what is expected of students;
  • The cultural implications and sensitivities of providing health care to Aboriginals;
  • The TAC website and  links to other information about Aboriginal culture and health

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Clinical Supervision Support Program

Tasmanian Clinical Supervision Support Program

Overview

The quality of clinical supervision is one key influence on the quality of the clinical placement, and ultimately, on the calibre of the health practitioner.

Health Workforce Australia’s (HWA) Clinical Supervision Support Program (CSSP) aims to expand clinical supervision capacity and competence across the educational and training continuum by supporting measures to:

• Prepare and train clinical supervisors.
• Deliver and develop a competent clinical supervision workforce, which delivers quality training.

The National Clinical Supervision Skills Initiative

The Skills Initiative is a program operating within the CSSP and aims to deliver a range of interprofessional education and training opportunities for new and existing clinical supervisors across Australia, as facilitated through the TCEN.

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