Contemporary Chronic Disease Management Workshops

APNA Contemporary Chronic Disease Management Workshops are designed for nurses in all primary health care settings, including general practice, aged care and community health settings. 

2 day workshop/12 CPD hours
9am-4:30pm both days (8:30 registration)
$220 (inc. GST)


Find a workshop near you or register online for all APNA workshops


Learning objectives

This two-day workshop will cover:

  • Care coordination
  • Health assessments 
  • Motivational interviewing 
  • Wound care on a primary care budget
  • Skin tears, burns and venous leg ulcers
  • Spirometry 
  • Asthma and respiratory conditions
  • Mental health and ageing 
  • Chronic pain and addiction
  • Elder abuse
  • Avoiding burnout and looking after yourself.

 

Upcoming dates by state

ACT

Canberra 23-24 June
Cliftons Canberra

NT

Darwin 9-10 June
NT PHN Office
*Free to nurses working in the NT

Alice Springs 4-5 August
Venue TBC
*Free to nurses working in the NT

TAS

Launceston 18-19 August
Best Western plus Launceston

VIC
Nunawading 8 & 15 June
Whitehorse Centre
*Free to nurses working in the Eastern Melbourne PHN region

Melbourne 16-17 June
Cliftons Melbourne
*Free to nurses working in the South Eastern Melbourne PHN region

Frankston 21 & 28 July
Quest Frankston on the bay

*Free to nurses working in the South Eastern Melbourne PHN region

WA
Albany 1-2 June
Dylans on the Terrace

Perth 11-12 August
Venue TBC

What you had to say

Wonderful engaging speaker! After 20 years of education and struggling to understand spirometry, the penny has dropped!

Great presentation – really thought provoking for this newbie in the GP world!

Great presenter, who delivered to the audience! I’ve worked in Crit Care for 18 years and never had anyone break it down so well!

Picked up some great hints about how to manage wounds in my practice

Really excited to get the tools to use for speaking to my patients about mental health

Kim is inspiring. I wish she could come to speak to all the staff and doctors at my practice. I love her enthusiasm


These workshops have received financial contribution by the Australian Government Department of Health under the Nursing in Primary Health Care (NiPHC) Program 2015–2018.