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Chronic Disease Management and Healthy Ageing Program
What is the program?
APNA’s Chronic Disease Management and Healthy Ageing Program (CDM & HA program) is designed for nurses in all primary health care settings.
The CDM & HA program has been designed to incorporate five key components to assist your learning: a one day workshop, self-assessment activity, online learning, a discussion forum, and a follow up with APNA. Registering for the workshop is the first step, and you can tailor the other aspects of the program to work for you. The program runs for 12 months after you’ve registered for a workshop.
For further program details, please click here.
1 day workshop | Up to 6 CPD hours
Registration includes self-assessment, online learning and discussion forum, totalling more than 50 CPD hours.
8:30am to 5pm (8:00am registration)
APNA member and non-member $200
Dubbo – Friday 23 August
Ballarat – Wednesday 4 September
More workshops are being scheduled, so keep an eye on our Events Calendar.
What will I learn?
The program centres around four topics:
- Overview of Chronic Disease Management and Healthy Ageing (CDM and HA)
- Patient self-care management, Engagement and Communication
- Assessment, Care Planning and Care Coordination
- Support and Empowerment
Download the full list of learning outcomes for the program here.
This program has been funded by the Australian Government Department of Health.
Event cancellations must be made in writing to APNA and incur a $50 (incl. GST) administration fee.
Refunds are not available within 7 days of the workshop.