Training

!   Please ensure you refer to the Training Modules Matrix for your stream, to ensure you book into the correct ieMR training sessions.

!   Please contact the ieMR Training team to discuss options for scheduling Medical Officer training sessions

June 2022

Admin Officer Training – now a self-paced eLearning course on LOL
Allied Health Training – now a self-paced eLearning course on LOL
Medical Officer Training – please contact ieMR Training Team
Nursing Training

July 2022

Admin Officer Training – now a self-paced eLearning course on LOL
Allied Health Training – now a self-paced eLearning course on LOL
Medical Officer Training – please contact ieMR Training Team
Nursing Training

August 2022

Admin Officer Training – now a self-paced eLearning course on LOL
Allied Health Training – now a self-paced eLearning course on LOL
Medical Officer Training – please contact ieMR Training Team
Nursing Training

Training Session Essentials

Don’t forget to bring the following important details to your training session to ensure your access can be granted quickly:

  • Employee Payroll Number (if you have one)
  • Novell username
  • AHPRA Number
  • Prescriber Number (Medical Officers only)

Attendees who arrive more than 30 minutes late to training will be instructed to return to work and re-book into training.


Please contact the ieMR Training team if your required module is not advertised in the schedules above.

For all training queries or to discuss training options please contact the ieMR Training team on x31363 or email email hidden; JavaScript is required

ESM Training is facilitated by the Data Quality Training Team.  For information on ESM training session dates and times click here (Internal THHS network link).  For further information on ESM Training contact the Data Quality Training Team at email hidden; JavaScript is required

Melinda Brady“For all of us working at community health, moving from paper to the digital record will mean that clinicians working at the hospital can see what care patients are receiving in the community. This will improve communication across the continuum of care which will be a good thing for patients with complex healthcare needs across our health service.”

Melinda Brady
Clinical Nurse Consultant