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Australia-wide there are nurses in primary health care striving to optimise their capacity to bring about sustainable, positive health outcomes for individuals, families, communities, and our nation.

State of the Art will boast innovation, best practice, proficiency and leadership in primary health care nursing. It will showcase those who are responding to their environment and employing cutting-edge, evidence-based approaches to deliver safe, high quality, patient-centred care. State of the Art will highlight service delivery innovations being pioneered and led by primary health care nurses. It will acknowledge what has been learned and achieved thus far, and by harnessing the aspirations and expertise of the diverse delegation, be a vehicle to further shape and lead the progression of the primary health care nursing profession.

Nurses make up the largest health professional workforce in Australia. APNA champions the role of primary health care nurses; to advance professional recognition, ensure workforce sustainability, nurture leadership in health, and optimise the role of nurses in patient-centred care.

APNA’s 2017 National Conference provides an opportunity to recognise, celebrate and inspire state of the art primary health care nursing.

APNA's State of the Art national conference will be held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart from Thursday 4 May through to Saturday 6 May 2017

Call for Abstracts now open!
Your learnings and experiences are valued - we strongly encourage you to share your knowledge with your peers.
Submit an abstract by 5pm on 16 December 2016.

Conference Program will launched in the coming weeks and Registrations will open in December!

For more information regarding APNA's ninth exciting and enlightening national conference please view the conference website at www.apnaconference.asn.au or contact APNA by emailing admin@apna.asn.au or calling 1300 303 184. 

 

APNA recognises the traditional custodians of land and sea, on whose lands we work and live. We wish to pay our respects to all traditional owners and elders
past, present and future.