My CPD Academy

Complete your CPD - developed by nurses for nurses, midwives and other health professionals


Online CPD training available 24/7, whenever / wherever to suit busy health professionals.

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What you need to know

Quality Online CPD Training

We pride ourselves on our content, we do NOT just recycle lectures and videos, we develop with you in mind to ensure all courses are up-to-date and relevant to your needs and your requirements.

Developed by skilled Health Professionals


We understand your CPD (continuing professional development) and continuing education needs because we too are health professionals and we’ve been in your shoes; we are NOT a faceless corporation. We are here to support and guide you when you need to complete any professional development.


Online courses available 24/7


Pay as you go, high quality, specially developed for busy nurses, midwives and other health professionals


What People Are Saying

I found the “Stress Management” course really interesting and I learnt a lot. The information was easy to navigate and I liked being able to access it at any time. I will definitely recommend “MY CPD Academy” to colleagues and I plan on coming back for more courses.


RN, Sydney

I loved the “Health Assessment” Course. It was very easy to understand and I would highly recommend it to anyone who needs the information presented in an easy to understand format while still ensuring that all of the information was covered.  


Midwife, Adelaide

I learnt more about leadership than I thought I would. I came away appreciating the fact that we are all leaders and that we all need to develop our leadership skills. After the training I realised that being a manager doesn’t necessarily mean that I was a leader. I have lots of skills to practice and develop and I look forward to being a great Leader instead of just a manager. 


NUM, Brisbane


Motivational Interviewing

Motivational Interviewing

Nurses (and most people) “know” what to do to lead a healthy life – however, 'knowing' does not necessarily translate into action! This raises the question – why don’t we do what we know needs to be done? (i.e. quit smoking, lose weight, move more, drink less). Until...

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Why aren’t we addressing risk factors?

Why aren’t we addressing risk factors?

I was recently admitted to hospital with acute chest pain. This was my first time in hospital as a patient since I was 14. It was eye opening to be on the receiving end – and I had many expectations that were not met by nurses or doctors. Prior to this admission I had...

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Nurses’ health & wellness!

Nurses’ health & wellness!

The results are in! Over 6000 nurses can’t be wrong A colleague (Dr. Jennifer Barr) and I surveyed over 6000 Australian nurses and this revealed that the number one issue that impacts our health is stress (no surprise there) with the usual culprits contributing to...

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