This course covers the following points:
By the end of the course, health professionals working in primary care will be able to deliver evidence-based, best-practice management to patients, leading to improved health outcomes and a greater awareness and recognition of the condition.
The course content has been developed in collaboration with the following Jean Hailes subject matter expert:
Specialist women's health GP, Jean Hailes for Women’s Health
Research Fellow, Women's Health Research Program, Monash University.
B.Ed, M. Health Sci, M. Nut & Diet.
Accredited Practising Dietitian
The course should take about 4-5 hours to complete.
However, all course activities do not need to be completed in one session; participants can stop once an activity has been completed and start the next activity at a later date.
While our new third party e-learning platform provides an enhanced learning experience, it also has associated fees for every user participating in our courses. To help Jean Hailes cover the increased costs of the e-learning platform, from March 2021, learners will need to pay $20.00 for each course they wish to complete.
All other education that Jean Hailes provides such as webinars and tools will remain free to access.
At the conclusion of this PCOS course, participants will be able to:
Find CPD information further down this page.
If you are new to this course, and have never registered, click the orange Sign up button below, and follow these steps:
1) Add to cart (note to help cover increased costs of the e-learning platform, this course has a one-off fee of $20.00);
2) Enter your First name, Last name and Email address in the form fields on the next screen to register.
3) Next pay for the course with your credit card.
4) Then an email containing course login details will be sent to you.
Jean Hailes education activities can be used to fulfil the CPD requirements of many registered health professions. Depending on your profession you may need to keep a record of some/all of the following: event date, provider, your learning needs in the area, the type of activity, content/details, learning outcomes, reflection on the activity, CPD hours.
Find out more on the CPD requirements of registered Australian health professions.
On completion of Jean Hailes e-learning courses you can fill out an online survey, after which your statement of completion will be emailed to you for your CPD record.
This activity is an RACGP CPD accredited activity with 40 allocated points. The activity number is 213238.
Download the RACGP feedback form.
It is an ACRRM PDP accredited activity, activity code 21383, for 5 hours as a distance-based education module.
Jean Hailes for Women's Health is an accredited provider of high-quality continuing professional development activities for health professionals.
The content of each completed e-learning course will be assessed internally by Jean Hailes' RACGP QI&CPD accredited Education Activity Representatives. Participants may be asked to repeat and re-submit activities if they are do not meet the expected requirements.
RACGP QI&CPD points and statements of completion will only be provided once submitted content meets the required standard.
‘International evidence-based guideline for the assessment and management of polycystic ovary syndrome’. Copyright Monash University, Melbourne Australia 2018.