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Basic Pharmacology

This course provides an understanding of the basic principles, definitions used in pharmacology, and mechanism of action and potential adverse effects of different drugs used in the management of cardiovascular disease.

Building dementia practice in primary care: Step 4 building sustainable dementia practice

The Building Dementia Practice series is designed to improve your knowledge, skills and confidence in dementia practice and provide you with tools and resources to support a timely diagnosis of dementia in primary care.

Nurse clinics in Australian general practice: Planning, implementation and evaluation

This course has been developed to provide nurses with an understanding of the nurse clinic model of care and provide a framework to assist in the planning, implementation and evaluation stages of setting up a nurse clinic.

Mentoring: How to mentor

This webinar will describe different ways to mentor, summarise the dynamics of a mentoring relationship, outline mentoring roles, list the 4 questions that make a mentoring conversation work.

Movers & Shakers keynote presentation: Jenny Carryer

Keynote Presentation from APNA 2013 conference - Movers & Shakers Jenny Carryer

Asthma fundamentals for primary health care nurses

This course has been designed to provide you with the skills to effectively identify potential asthma in your patients, and will outline the key steps necessary in diagnosis and ongoing management.

Leading the change: Nurses as role models for primary health

How does a primary health care nurse's own health and wellbeing impact on their ability to provide health promotion messages to their patients?

Diabetes management in the primary care setting unit 2: Supporting people living with diabetes

This course has been designed to draw on the knowledge identified in Unit 1 - Introduction to Diabetes. It contains more detailed information required to adapt a care plan and management of individual person's requirements.

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