This session is for primary care nurses who participate in care planning and treatment of patients with chronic or life-limiting conditions, enabling you to learn about the principles and practice of advance care planning.
This course focuses on the role of the various members of the mental health team, mental disorders, mental health problems and issues of early intervention, assisting clients to achieve and maintain good mental health.
The ONTRACK model will provide guidance to health professionals to support patients' emotional recovery after an acute health event.
A package of video presentations on family planning. Consists of: 3 x presentations.
A presentation by Liz Halcomb at the 2014 APNA National Conference - Thriving Through Change. Competency standards for nursing in general practice: An international review.
This online learning course has been designed to provide GPs and nurses with concise, practice-based information to support the administration of influenza vaccines to individuals >6 months of age.
Nurses form the backbone of primary care in rural and remote Australia, providing an expanding volume of services, especially in relation to chronic disease management.
This course is the first in a five-part series designed to provide nurses with the necessary knowledge and skills for managing patients who are susceptible to solar damage and skin cancer.
This presentation will provide an overview of the care needs of people who have completed treatment for their cancer. The role of nurses in this important phase of their journey will be highlighted.