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All POLHN sponsored courses are accredited, and our medical and healthcare courses are developed with academic institutions or technical experts. These are officially recognised by Pacific Ministries of Health so that they can be used for meeting Continuing Professional Development
POLHN’s free online health courses with certificates of completion are available on a range of topics. From HIV/AIDS to best practices for food inspectors, there is something to suit every type of health professional.
Our courses are free-to-take for anybody; all it takes are a few clicks to sign up. For postgraduate programs from other institutions, POLHN offers sponsorship so that students can take courses online without incurring any financial burden.
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It is very knowledgeable. Overall an excellent effort.
Staff Nurse, Suva, Fiji
POLHN has developed excellent self paced courses. Really like course content, presentation style, references. I look forward to taking other courses with POLHN. Keep up the good work.
Pharmacist , Nausori, Fiji
The quality of education and course material is designed in such way that easy to absorb. The course content is very precise and to the point. Studying the course is really fun. Highly Recommended.
Nurse - Ba Health Centre, Ba, Fiji
POLHN has really broadened my knowledge and the good thing is it’s absolutely free. I recommend all health professionals to join it for free and enhance professional skills through interactive courses at POLHN. Great work team.
Staff Nurse, Suva, Fiji
POLHN is the best mode of study. I like POLHN’s course content & presentation style. Really excellent stuff.
National Coordinator for NCDs, Honiara, Solomon Islands
I have been involved with IPC course online this year with the help of a POLHN TEAM with the help from this program,I feel like I can do more on my own.I have more confidence and am not afraid.
Staff Nurse, Nuku`alofa, Tonga
It’s estimated that 17% of people in the Pacific have some sort of disability, which is around 1.7 million people. Many of these disabilities will affect the person’s mobility, whether it’s that they need a wheelchair to move around or they’re blind
Tuberculosis (TB) should be a thing of the past, something only our elders feared and died of. However, TB is still one of the top ten causes of death worldwide. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), about a third
Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are a significant and common health problem in most Pacific island countries and worldwide. CVDs are the number one cause of death in the world. In the Western Pacific region, there is a 16.2% chance of dying of
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