Nurses – they’re a part of each Australian community.
They’re diverse. As a group primary health care nurses are as diverse as the communities where they work and live.
They’re passionate. Despite their differences, these nurses share a drive to see healthy people living in healthy communities.
They’re compassionate. Our nurses understand, really understand and hear people. Primary health care nurses want justice and equity in health.
They’re smart. Our nurses know that compassion isn’t enough. Their compassion is shaped by a tenacious pursuit and use of knowledge.
Nurses make up the largest health professional workforce in Australia. Primary health care nurses are ready, willing and able to deliver improved health outcomes in all rural, regional and metropolitan areas. APNA knows that in every community around Australia, there is a primary health care nurse working to improve the health of the nation.
Our conference is about feeding their souls. It’s about feeding their minds. It’s about building on their strengths. It’s about acknowledging nurses who are the heart of primary health care.
APNA's Nurses | the heart of primary health care national conference will be held at the Pullman Melbourne Albert Park from Thursday 5 May through to Saturday 7 May 2016.
For more information regarding APNA's eighth impressive national conference please view the conference website at www.apnaconference.asn.au or contact APNA by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org 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.