Health has unique challenges with the ever-changing evidence base, clinical practices, legislative frameworks and sociocultural elements. The LearnD extensive experience and a particular passion for designing healthcare learning solutions.

Over dozens of health projects ranging from innovative research through to developing a national online curriculum, they have come together to develop an offer specifically designed for the health workforce.

From this experience base, we have learned the characteristics of successful health projects and in particular the learning styles of the health workforce – typically both more motivated and analytical than average but more time poor and fragmented in their available professional development time.  By putting our learner first and respecting their specific needs we have seen consistently better outcomes in this area.

Linking physical and mental health…


Connecting Mental & Physical Health is a highly successful, multi-modal project for GPs in NSW.

  • Blended learning comprising of Face to Face workshops, online course and a support portal.

Maternal Early Childhood Nursing eLearning MECSH 


eLearning portal & eLearning course development with PD for Qualified MECSH nurses.

Chronic Diseases Online Learning

(Australian College of Mental Health Nurses)

For nurses working in chronic diseases without a Mental Health specialisation

Develop portal, eLearning with PD for Nurses on MH issues in chronic diseases

Centre for Eating & Dietary Disorders  NSW(CEDD/NSW Health)

Online clinical PD courses for a range of eating disorders

GPs, psychologists and other clinical workers in the eating disorder area.

Learning portal for General Practice Registrars

A searchable learning portal of over one thousand resources.

Resources can located through searches and also explored by topics and tags. Includes in-practice learning suggestions for GP Supervisors.

Online Health Literacy Training

(Primary Health Tasmania and Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania)

An introduction to online health literacy training for over 15,000 employees.

The learning experience is organised around a fictional town and health literacy problems faced by that community. The learner has to solve these problems.

Develop skills in Clinical supervision

(Health and Human Services Tasmania)

An interactive comprehensive learning experience for staff involved in clinical supervision.

The learning experience is organised around a conversation between an experienced supervisor and a new supervisor. The resource includes video interviews with experienced supervisors. Interactions include simulated conversations and reflective activities.


(Federal & all state & territory Health Depts)

Develop/host the National Mental Health Online Curriculum – lead developer in partnership with PRC Uni of Melbourne.

Online- 68 online modules, 30,000 registered users

Audience – Healthcare practitioners inc GP, MH Nurse, Psychologist, Psychiatrist