What began as a not-for-profit devoted to the continuing education of doctors and pharmacists, soon developed into a solid resource for the training of a wide range of health professionals. HTN’s founders produced the first 30 programs for the Rural Health Satellite Network, an endeavour embraced by the Federal Government and expanded to service more than one thousand country hospitals throughout Australia.
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The Health Television Network has been producing high-quality video education and training courses for the health industry for more than twenty years.
HTN has also become well known in the health care industry for its provision of benchmark live training events, with a special focus on the health of the older person.
In 2003, HTN officially launched the Aged Care Channel (ACC). This initiative began with delivering effective, mandatory training via satellite to 16 care home facilities. Soon, two out of three care homes in Australia would be using the ACC as their primary vehicle for learning. It has now grown into the national training platform known as Altura Learning.