Online Learning platform - RRMEO
The College’s Online Learning platform - Rural and Remote Medical Education Online (RRMEO) provides whole-of-career support for Australian medical practitioners. The system is easy to use, and is continually being reviewed and revised. Innovations, such as Tele-Derm and 150 Shades of Radiology, help users keep pace with the demands of the medical profession.
Once logged in through your My College Dashboard you will be able to:
- Browse the extensive list of online modules
- Enrol in a module or access a virtual classroom, and
- Once completed, your completion record, and any professional development points will be recorded into your My PD Portfolio.
All modules are mapped to the ACRRM curriculum and are authored by specialists and ACRRM members. Individual modules vary in style and duration and include standard asynchronous modules through to online communities of practice.
The majority of modules feature a case based approach to learning, where participants develop their analytical and reflective skills through the use of real-life scenarios.
Download our brochure showing the list of free online modules for College members, or to see a full list of the modules available go to the My Online Learning tool on your My College Dashboard.
Our state-of-the-art virtual classrooms help to take the isolation out of being rurally or remotely located. Our virtual classrooms have been integrated into our Online Learning platform - RRMEO with a view to creating blended learning environments that allow for both asynchronous and synchronous learning opportunities.
Live virtual classrooms are facilitated by some of Australia's leading practitioners in rural and remote medicine. Virtual classroom content is targeted toward the specific audience, ensuring maximised learning outcomes.
We are always looking for presenters for our virtual classroom sessions. If you are interested in presenting a virtual classroom on your speciality topic please complete our Expression of Interest form.
To find out when the next virtual classroom begins, keep an eye on your email, check the weekly Country Watch newsletters, or visit the College event search. Be sure to check your computer is compatible before you login to your session.