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Australia’s AI Month: free AI professional development for all Allied Healthcare professionals

PatientNotes 2 mins read
PatientNotes team (L-R): Sarah Moran, Lachlan Donald, Jason Smale, Cassie Weir, Darren Ross

As Australia embarks on its first AI Month, PatientNotes, a leading AI-powered clinical documentation platform, is offering free professional development in association with the Australian Physiotherapy Association on November 20.

PatientNotes is also offering free "lunch and learn" sessions for all Allied Health professionals during Australia's AI Month, which can be booked at a time suitable to the timetabling needs of each practice.

"Australia's AI Month hosted by CSIRO presents an extraordinary opportunity for healthcare professionals to advance their skills and knowledge in the rapidly evolving field of AI," said Darren Ross, Head of Customer at PatientNotes.

Darren is an Australia's AI Month Champion and a seasoned musculoskeletal physiotherapist with 25 years of experience who has personally clocked up over 580 clinical sessions using AI in the past 2 months.

PatientNotes has provided support to over 700 health professionals across Australia with adopting AI and is using this month to highlight the education and support on offer to practitioners and small business owners in the healthcare field.

"As we integrate AI more deeply into our healthcare practices, it's crucial that practitioners have access to quality, continuing professional development training," Mr Ross said.

"PatientNotes is proud to offer this free training during AI Month, helping to ensure that healthcare professionals are not only up-to-date with the latest AI advancements but are also well-equipped to apply these innovations in ways that enhance patient care and operational efficiency," he added.

This initiative aligns perfectly with our commitment to improving healthcare through technology, and we're excited to lead this change," he concluded.

To register for the CPD training free for APA members: https://australian.physio/pd/pd-product?id=9647

To secure a "lunch and learn" for your workplace: https://www.patientnotes.app/


About us:

ABOUT PATIENTNOTES:

PatientNotes takes the hassle out of clinical documentation by automatically drafting clinical notes for healthcare professionals based on regular client conversations.

Using speech recognition and generative artificial intelligence (AI), PatientNotes crafts user-friendly clinical notes that are easy to review and finalise.

Importantly, PatientNotes enhances clinical decision making and contributes to quality improvement and clinical care optimisation.


Contact details:

Sarah Moran
Head of Marketing
0430 380 180

Darren Ross
Head of Customer
0413 440 967

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