The Practice Standards are for the benefit of all school nurses and school communities in guiding consistency for competent and safe practice.
Nurses and midwives must be registered with the NMBA, and meet the NMBA's professional standards in order to practise in Australia. Includes the Code of Ethics for Nurses, and the Code of Professional Conduct.
The Guidelines (Red Book) is a synthesis of evidence-based guidelines from Australian and international sources and provides recommendations for everyday use in general practice.
Preliminary evaluation findings will be presented with the aim of informing policy and practice decision-making to build the capacity and sustainability of primary health care nursing.
The GPDGC supports an appropriate information sharing environment for secondary use of general practice data, in order to improve patient and population health outcomes.
Having a strong and effective team ready to take on the challenges of implementing a new model of nurse-led care is an essential part of a nurse clinic. While supporting and sustaining the team can be challenging there are a few things that can help to minimise potential issues.
These national Standards clearly articulate the standard of computer literacy, information literacy and information management required of all nurses and midwives, for practice.
The systems and processes building block describes the fundamental requirements to maximise your clinic’s outcomes focusing on: technical systems, processes to manage patient appointments and reminders and data-management and privacy obligations.
Australian Primary Care Collaboratives resources