Nurses are a healthy investment

 

Offering information and resources about the role of nurses in general practice and the benefits of having a nurse in your practice.

APNA's 2016 National Conference Nurses | the heart of primary health care


APNAnurses Connect 
This is an APNA member forum. A benefit of your membership is access to these conversations and resources. Join APNA and have your say here...

 

2015 CPD Calendar
The calendar of events showcasing what APNA is offering in the second half of 2015 is here...

 

 

APNA Online Learning For primary health care nurses - learn at your own pace and in your own time More...

 

Guild Discounted professional indemnity for APNA members More... 

 

Events Calendar
A calendar of courses and events for primary health care professionals More... 

APNA job site

 

Career Portal An online jobs forum tailored to primary health care nurses More...

 

 

eHealth
eHealth records were introduced 1 July 2012 More... 

  

 

 

LATEST NEWS

28/08/2015 Parents of unvaccinated children will be phoned with reminders as part of a new Queensland Government drive to lift the state's immunisation rates from 92% to 95%.


27/08/2015 Most people have little idea what antibiotic resistance means and how it might affect their health, research shows.
27/08/2015 There are few practice performance (or organisational performance) tools designed specifically for and trialed within primary care settings. To date, the focus has been on single-strategy approaches with a strong emphasis on clinical indicators of quality care, education and training.
27/08/2015 Working in a healthcare environment can be challenging. When things are going well and patients are responding and thriving, it's a great job but other days, it can feel like a long hard struggle. However, in order to support your patients, their families, your peers and the team that you work with, you need to be at your best.
27/08/2015 Please note the following information regarding a current global shortage of folic acid for mandatory fortification of food.

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