This presentation will discuss how eight nurse leaders were able to contribute to evolving primary health care collectives in New Zealand as part of the politically driven integration agenda, Better, Sooner, More Convenient.
This presentation will discuss the process of implementation of video consultations at both the clinician and practice management level. Planning is an essential ingredient to success.
This presentation will introduce primary health care nurses to the concepts of older people living with frailty, and provide them with screening tools, as well as objective assessment tools to detect the markers of frailty.
The role of the nurse practitioner in general practice is a part of these clinical and professional changes. Momentum is building in terms of recognition and respect for the specialty in which we work.
This presentation will highlight the current research on dietary fats and heart health, and provide attendees with practical recommendations and resources for their patients.
In this presentation Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian Melanie McGrice will share the latest evidence and dietary strategies for managing risk factors of the metabolic syndrome.
Sue Cross will give her own experience of leadership and leaders over the years and relay her experience of the different types of leaders and how to be creative in your leadership skills.
2016 brings a new challenge to the care and carers of people with diabetes. With ever increasing prevalence of diabetes, general practice will continue to be overburdened with the responsibility of diabetes management.
Global workforce shortages within nursing have caused growth, expansion and diversity in education opportunities for nurses around the world and Australia is no exception.