This course has been designed for those who wish to update or increase their knowledge on diabetes. It will provide nurses with a basic understanding of the disease and its impact on the individual and the broader community.
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.
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.
This presentation will provide a consumer perspective on the challenges associated with the management of the burden of disease associated with chronic conditions in our current system.
This presentation explores what resilience is, the factors that support resilience in the context of health, and strategies nurses can use to strengthen individual and family resilience in co-occurring illness.
This course provides an understanding of the risk factors and symptoms of bowel cancer, different screening tests for bowel cancer, features of the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program and duty of care.
This webinar follows an event that brought together specialist nurses to explore opportunities to take the lead in providing collaborative, integrated chronic disease and mental health management.
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.
The ONTRACK model will provide guidance to health professionals to support patients' emotional recovery after an acute health event.