New national data shows seven out of every 10 student nurses who complete APNA’s Student Nurse Placement Program (SNPP) say they would consider a primary health care (PHC) career.
Almost one in three Primary Health Care (PHC) nurses in Australia say that work and resource pressures mean that they do not perform cardiovascular education and management with patients, according to new national data.
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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.
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Members-only articles, interviews, columns, and clinical updates from the latest edition of APNA's Primary Times magazine
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’s Transition to Practice Program is a 12-month education, support and mentoring program for nurses new to primary health care.
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