The coronavirus picture is rapidly unfolding and we're seeing the Government escalate their response to this emergency.
The Government's announcement means practices can further extend telehealth services to their local communities. This includes a continuation of chronic disease management and care provided by nurses to people who are increasingly staying home due to coronavirus.
Are you on Facebook? APNA offers its members a private, member-only Facebook group where you can have conversations with your primary health care nurse colleagues. There's lots of nurse-led resources and discussion, so jump on and ask to join this group. We'll check that you're a current member and accept your request.
APNA's Nurse Support provides professional advice and guidance to members. Especially during the COVID-19 public health event, we're here to support you.
APNA are proud to present Nurse Know-How, a series of bite-sized education, delivered via video by APNA nurse leaders, to help you in your day-to-day work as a primary health care nurse.
APNA President and veteran of primary health care reform Karen Booth has been appointed by Health Minister Greg Hunt to advise on the development of the Government’s Primary Health Care 10-Year Plan.
APNA has welcomed the Federal Government’s announcement of a $500 million funding boost for general practice, that supports jobs and enables nurses and nurse practitioners to care for patients via telehealth.
urses must be included in expanded telehealth services for isolated, vulnerable patients as COVID-19 crisis unfolds. Hear APNA President Karen Booth and CEO of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association Alison Verhoeven on ABC national radio pushing for this much-needed health reform to happen.
The national president of the Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA), Karen Booth, has called for nurses to be given greater access to telehealth so people with chronic disease can continue to receive care at home during the COVID-19 crisis, keeping pressure off hospitals.
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Here Australia's Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer, Alison McMillan, addresses COVID-19 and provides answers to frequently asked questions.
Regularly updated national and local resources and news for primary health care professionals dealing with the risk and impact of bushfires this 2020 season.
Coronavirus information for nurses working in primary health care in Australia
Here’s a special video for the nurses—the frontline soldiers of the coronavirus pandemic. We see you, we value you, we thank you.