Resources

Useful Links

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Northern Territory Government Department of Health website »
Australian Government Department of Health website »
Australian Government Department of Health Primary Health Networks (PHNs) information page »
Primary Health Care Research and Information Service - Introduction to Primary Health Networks information page »
Healthdirect Australia website »

Practice Support

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Community Resources

Northern Territory PHN (NT PHN) provides a range of community resources relevant to people living and working in the Northern Territory.

Click here to view the current community resources.

Practitioner Resources

A number of practitioner resources are made available by NT PHN in order to benefit the NT's primary health care workforce. We ensure every effort is made to verify and maintain the accuracy of this information, however specific details should be confirmed at the time of use.

Click here to view the available practitioner resources. 

Disaster Response and Support

Click here to view NT PHN's Disaster and Response and Support Plan.

eLearning Resources

NT PHN provides eLearning resources on behalf of external associations which support primary health care professionals to achieve accredited online training and CPD points. 

The majority of online courses are free of charge; however some may incur a cost. Others are only available for registered members of RACGP or ACRRM.

Please ensure you have a current email address as some online courses will require you to set-up a username and password in order to gain access.

Click here to view the eLearning providers.

Click here to view all eLearning health topics.

Needs Assessments and Plans

Click here to view NT PHN's Needs Assessments and Plans.

 

Contact

Practice Support
e practicesupport@ntphn.org.au

Northern Territory PHN acknowledges the traditional owners of the country on which we work and live and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures and to elders both past and present.