Professional development and training in allied health
The Allied and Scientific Health Office (ASHO) is committed to advocating for, promoting and providing ongoing professional development opportunities and related information for allied and scientific health professionals.
Timesheets and leave Toolkit for Allied Health Professionals
The Timesheets and leave Toolkit for Allied Health Professionals (AHP) (PDF 592KB) is a user guide developed in conjunction with Shared Services to assist staff, in particular managers, to ensure timesheets and leave applications meet the requirements of SA Health and Shared Services. The toolkit includes the most common rostering scenarios for AHP Autopay, Manual and Rostered (ProAct) pay types and links to other useful Shared Services resources.
You will need to create an account. You can use any email address (it doesn't have to be an SA Health email) and a password you can easily remember. The first time you access the courses you will need to be logged in to a SA Health computer to retrieve the access key to unlock the courses. The Access Key is gained from the Country Health WIKI or SA Health Allied and Scientific Health Intranet page. Once you have unlocked the courses, you can access them from anywhere.
Funded by ASHO and developed under the guidance of the Clinical Supervision eModules Steering Committee with Local Health Network support, the courses support clinical staff in the development and maintenance of their skills in supervision.
Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision
This course is about the clinical supervision of qualified health professionals. It provides you with the opportunity to think about your own role as a supervisor or supervisee and how you can enhance the supervision relationship.
Clinical Supervision in Practice
Throughout the course you will explore opportunities and challenges in supervision in your role as a supervisor and identify strategies for improving outcomes for yourself, your supervisee and their clients. If you are new to supervision or have never had any formal training in being a clinical supervisor, you should complete the Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision course first.
Advanced Clinical Supervision
This course builds on the Clinical Supervision in Practice course and explores supervising clinical supervisors at an advanced level.
The South Australian Acute Hospital Program for Credentialing Speech Pathologists in the Extended and Advanced Practice Role of Independent Fibreoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES) 2016 is available.
The following Allied Health (AH) professions are using the Placeright™ online clinical placement management system for the administration of clinical placements: Audiology, Exercise Physiology, Nutrition and Dietetics, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Orthoptics, Orthotics & Prosthetics, Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Radiography/Medical Imaging, Social Work and Speech Pathology.
First time users will need to initially access this web platform from a SA Health computer. The Placeright™ courses can be found using the search box at the top of the page (search “placeright”) or by scrolling down. Three courses have been developed: Clinical Placement and Site Administrators, Unit Manager and Supervisor. Select the appropriate course dependant on your level of access. Please use the modules as an ongoing reference as required.
Country Health SA Local Health Network has recently developed on-line clinical placement resources for both student and supervisor use to support a culture of learning and one strategy to build and maintain our skilled workforce.
Store their frequently used resources, education modules and orientation materials here
Share resources with others who supervise students across the network.
Direct students to where they can find information on the student pages.
Students can use these pages to find helpful information about their placement and profession, as well as investigate more about CHSALHN by exploring the rest of the wiki.
The ClinEdAus portal provides free access to learning resources for clinical educators of entry-level allied health students.
Targeted professions include:
It is envisaged that the portal will be applicable more broadly across the breadth of health professions. The website has resources applicable to all placement settings including specific information related to:
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