/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Confidence amongst multidisciplinary professionals in managing paediatric rheumatic disease in Australia /manager/Repository/uon:34972 1 paediatric rheumatology case in the past month. Furthermore, 67.2% of participants felt their undergraduate education in paediatric rheumatology was inadequate. “Journals” or “texts books” were used by 49.3% of participants as their primary source of continuing professional development (CPD) and 39.3% of participants indicated that they did not undertake any CPD related to paediatric rheumatology. Small group and online education were perceived to be potentially of “great benefit” for CPD. Conclusion: This paper highlights allied health professionals’ and nurses’ perceived inadequacy of their undergraduate education in paediatric RD and their low confidence in recognising and treating RD. Undergraduate and postgraduate education opportunities focusing on interprofessional collaboration should be developed to address this workforce deficiency.]]> Tue 03 Sep 2019 17:57:41 AEST ]]> An exploration of the design and impact of a model of care for acutely unwell older people living in residential aged care facilities /manager/Repository/uon:44460 Thu 13 Oct 2022 15:55:31 AEDT ]]>