In Victoria, the newborn bloodspot screening program is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services and is available to all babies. The screening service is operated by The Victorian Clinical Genetics Services based at The Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne.
- is designed for nursing/midwifery students, practising professionals, ward clerks and administrators
- can be explored in any order and at your own pace (you can bookmark and return)
- will take approximately 60 minutes to complete all topics and the assessment
The assessment must be completed once started. If you pass you will be issued with a certificate for the training.
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