eLAMP - eLearning in AOD for Medical Practitioners

Information

eLAMP contains a series of dedicated medical practitioner eLearning modules targeting GPs, Trainees, Junior Doctors and Nurse Practitioners - or as a refresher for existing Addiction Specialists - on how to best manage substance dependence and withdrawal with patients.

To unlock these modules, you will need to sign up for an Insight account as a Medical Officer or Nurse Practitioner using your valid AHPRA number. If you already have an account with us you will need to manually update your details. Please login to your account, click on the PROFILE button in the top right of the screen and head to Your details. Please check your details are correct, including your correct professional discipline, and update your AHPRA number (and RACGP and/or ACRRM numbers if required) to unlock the modules.

Once you have signed up or updated your account profile, you will need to manually click through to our eLearning gallery where the medical practitioner eLearning will now be unlocked / available.

Are you an ACRRM member?  Please contact them prior to undertaking this learning as you may be eligible for an incentive payment under a Commonwealth Addictions Education Program.

Training

  • Orientation to the AOD Treatment System elearning

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  • Foundational Alcohol and Other Drug Concepts elearning

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  • Screening and Brief Intervention elearning

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  • AOD Assessment elearning

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  • Alcohol elearning

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  • Benzodiazepines elearning

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  • Opioids elearning

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  • Cannabis elearning

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  • Methamphetamine elearning

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  • Managing Pain and Substance Use Concerns elearning

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  • Relapse Prevention and Management elearning

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  • Medico-legal complexities of managing people with AOD concerns elearning

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  • Continuing Professional Development in AOD elearning

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Thank you

eLAMP was funded by the Prevention Division within the Queensland State Government’s Department of Health under the Medical Practitioner Workforce Plan for Queensland (MPWP4Q).