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APNA Continuing Education Workshops for Nurses in General Practice

Looking to expand your clinical knowledge and professional skills in an interactive, locally-based education workshop?

APNA is pleased to deliver this series of workshops to facilitate education and networking for nurses working in general practice in Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide.

Workshop Program

Designed and facilitated by nurses, with a range of outstanding presenters from across disciplines, these workshops offer nurses working in primary care an engaging opportunity to network and update their expertise.

Melbourne:
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  • Wound Management for Nurses in General Practice - Jan Rice
  • Palliative Care and Advanced Care Planning in the General Practice setting - Dr Greg Parker
  • A simple guide to mental health for nurses in general practice - Jo Fishburn
  • e-health – Mental Health Assessment Tools Evaluation- Julia Reynolds and Karlene Dickens
  • Practical tips for use in General Practice - Samantha Moses
  • Diabetes from Head to Toe - Kylie Nadenbousch
  • The Journey to Becoming a Nurse Practitioner - Fiona McLeod
  • Types, Causes & Effective Assessment of Incontinence for Nurses in General Practice - Lisa Wragg
  • Raising concerns, supporting & providing individuals & families with pathways for ASD services in the GP/Health Care Setting - Jo Crosbie 
  • The Progress of Nursing in Australian General Practice: Opportunities, information and answers - Samantha Moses

Perth:
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  • Palliative Care and Advanced Care Planning in the General Practice setting - Professor Liz Raymond
  • Wound Management for Nurses in General Practice - Lynnette Scott - Wounds West
  • A simple guide to mental health for nurses in general practice - Jo Fishburn
  • e-health – Mental Health Assessment Tools Evaluation- Julia Reynolds 
  • Practical tips for use in General Practice Samantha Moses
  • Asthma: What's New? including, medications and device technique - Charlotte Allen 
  • Journey to becoming a Nurse Practitioner - Mary Ryder
  • Care Planning and Health Assessment update for Nurses in General Practice - Gae Nuttell
  • Diabetes - The Journey Begins at Diagnosis - Kendra Nunweek-Hanlon
  • The Progress of Nursing in Australian General Practice: Opportunities, information and answers Samantha Moses
  • Integrated Care Management in Atrial Fibrillation: A Dutch Perspective - Dr Jeroen Hendriks
  • Palliative Care and Advanced Care Planning in the General Practice setting - Professor Liz Raymond
  • A simple guide to mental health for nurses in general practice - Jo Fishburn
  • e-health – Mental Health Assessment Tools Evaluation - Karlene Dickens
  • Practical tips for use in General Practice - Samantha Moses
  • Asthma: What's New? including, medications and device technique - Anne Lonergran
  • Types, Causes & Effective Assessment of Incontinence for Nurses in General Practice - Roseland Donhart
  • Wound Care in General Practice: including wound product selection - Sue Templeton 
  • Diabetes Care Update for Nurses in General Practice - Virginia Meadows
  • Wound Management for Nurses in General Practice - Sue Templeton
  • The Progress of Nursing in Australian General Practice: Opportunities, information and answers - Samantha Moses

Registration:

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Victoria - Melbourne
27-28 March 2015
Mercure Melbourne Treasury Gardens
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Western Australia Perth
1-2 May 2015
Novotel Langley
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South Australia Adelaide
29-30 May 2015
Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Hindley
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Please Note: All cancellations and refund requests must be made in writing and received 14 business days prior to the event. After this time, a 50% refund is applied.


If you have any queries about these workshops please contact Rebekah Cox at rebekah.cox@apna.asn.au or call 1300 303 184

This activity is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health.