Refugee Health Assessment Case Study
This case study builds on the knowledge and skills gained in the ANMF CPD module “Refugee and Asylum Seeker Health”. It is recommended that you complete that module before undertaking this case study. It is about a 22-year-old Burmese woman of refugee background who has just arrived in Australia on a “woman at risk” humanitarian visa
This case study is relevant for nurses working in primary health care settings (eg community health centres, GP clinics, maternal and child health centres, etc) but would also provide important learning for nurses working in other clinical settings, including emergency departments and other hospital services, who may provide care to refugees soon after their arrival in Australia.
Please note: The contents of this module will no longer be accessible once completed.
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When you join the ANMF you receive $400 module credit each year as part of your full membership.