Digital Health Aide
Show us you can perform the role of Digital Health Aide including throat swabbing (not required for kindergarten or kōhanga reo), in accordance with the iMOKO mission to achieve improved health outcomes for New Zealand children and their families, by providing professional and confidential digitally aided healthcare assessments.
- Level 4
- Credits: 20
- $349.00 NZD (GST incl.)
You are required to submit evidence of the following:
- Perform initial clinical assessments and specific health checks, using basic medical equipment, including throat swabs.
- Use the iMOKO digital application to accurately report health issues and concerns.
- Demonstrate and reflect on ethical and professional practice, underpinned by the values of aroha, whakamana, tika and whanaungatanga, when working in the role of iMOKO Digital Health Aide.
All work for this EduBit must be your own.
You are required to provide the following evidence to demonstrate competency in your role as iMOKO Digital Health Aide.
- Portfolio of clinical assessments: You will be are required to provide evidence of ten (10) clinical, digital health assessments you have performed in your role as iMOKO digital health aide through your online portfolio.
- Videos of you undertaking, checking and using basic medical equipment, hand washing, carried out in your role as a Digital Health Aide, on a peer who has consented to being videoed to support your evidence.
- Written reflection on your personal growth and development, including reflection on ethical and professional practices including embedding of the iMOKO values of aroha, whakamana, tika and whanaungatanga and identification of opportunities for improvement.
- Attestations from your Supervisor, and a Digital Health Assessor. You will need to download the Attestation Form from the Resources section below and upload the completed document to the Attestation Form section.
IMPORTANT: EduBit evidence cannot include videos or photographs of children, their names (first or surname), NHI number, or whānau details, or any other information that could lead to the identification of a particular child, children or whānau.