We agree. It’s now time for action. Nurses are ready for change

The Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA) welcomes Federal Health Minister Mark Butler’s thoughtful and considered approach to change in Australian health care.

Primary Times, Summer 2022-23

Members-only articles, interviews, columns, and clinical updates from the latest edition of APNA's Primary Times magazine

Japanese Encephalitis – how to protect your patients

Is this mosquito borne virus COVID 2.0? Listen to this educational segment on how to identify and protect your patients against this infectious disease of national significance.

Cardiovascular Disease Risk – FREE online learning course

Gain a better understand the lifestyle and medication management issues for people at risk of heart attack and stroke, and provide them with appropriate support in primary health care

Four patient groups that need your attention this Heart Week

With one Australian having a heart attack or stroke every 4 minutes, primary care nurses have the power to change this statistic by focussing on simple, yet life-saving preventative care.

Li-Ve Tasmania presents new resources for primary health care nurses

Li-Ve Tasmania is pleased to present Communicating for end of life – a toolkit. This evidence-based resource is designed to link disability support providers, healthcare providers and services, families and carers. It contains a set of practical tools to build capacity and capability around decision-making, accountability, communication, documentation and coordination at the end of life.

APNA Student Nurse Placement Program

The APNA Student Nurse Placement Program shines a light on primary health care for student nurses and helps to future-proof the primary health care nursing workforce. APNA works with universities and tertiary institutions to provide high-quality nursing placements for undergraduate and postgraduate students in dynamic primary health care settings.

APNA Online Community

Connect with your nursing colleagues from across primary health care. Share stories and learn tips from others. Read More

The Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

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