Supported by Health Professionals Bank. The results of this survey equips APNA members with information on the workforce conditions of your profession, and helps APNA’s develop evidence-based policy and programs relating to the primary health care nurse workforce and to advocate for you.
Seqirus, a CSL company, is a leading provider of essential vaccines and pharmaceuticals. We have served Australia’s healthcare needs for over a century and today we develop, manufacture and source medicines that support the health and wellbeing of many thousands of people around the world. Seqirus operates Australia’s only local manufacturing facility for seasonal and pandemic influenza vaccine (FLUAD® and AFLURIA®QUAD) and produces a range of unique medicines in the National Interest including antivenoms and Q fever vaccine. Seqirus also in-licenses a broad range of paediatric and adult vaccines and specialty pharmaceutical products including PNEUMOVAX®23, ZOSTAVAX® and GARDASIL®9.
Community Immunity is an online immunisation toolkit proudly provided by Seqirus™ and designed for you as a nurse in primary health care to maximise adult immunisation in your clinic. Over 2200 nurses have now registered on the Community Immunity website www.communityimmunity.com.au
Visit the Seqirus stand to see the latest tools and resources available on the Community Immunity website.
REFRAME Osteoporosis provides access to specialist Osteoporosis Nurse Educators, educational materials for healthcare professionals and disease awareness and support materials for patients.
Established in 2016 through the acquisition of Bayer Diabetes Care by Panasonic Healthcare Holdings, Ascensia Diabetes Care is a global company dedicated to improving the health and lives of people with diabetes. Already including the world‐renowned CONTOUR™ range of blood glucose monitoring systems, we are committed to adding more innovative and life-changing products to our portfolio. We create high quality solutions and precision tools that help people manage their condition and take charge of their lives. Visit our stand to learn more about the remarkably accurate CONTOUR®NEXT range of blood glucose monitoring systems.
Visit our stand to learn more about the remarkably accurate Contour® next range of blood glucose monitoring systems.
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GSK is a science-led global healthcare company with a special purpose: to help people do more, feel better, live longer. We have three global businesses that research, develop and manufacture innovative pharmaceutical medicines, vaccines and consumer healthcare products. Our R&D approach focuses on science related to the immune system, use of genetics and advanced technologies.
In Australia, GSK has offices and manufacturing operations in Sydney and Melbourne and employs over 1,200 people nationwide. GSK is a primary supplier of vaccines for Australia and the largest supplier of childhood vaccines to the National Immunisation Program. Our pharmaceuticals portfolio includes a broad range of medicines to treat respiratory conditions such as asthma and COPD, and we produce well-known consumer brands such as Panadol and Voltaren.
Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of Sanofi, provides more than 1 billion doses of vaccine each year, making it possible to immunize more than 500 million people across the globe. A world leader in the vaccine industry, Sanofi Pasteur produces a portfolio of high quality vaccines that matches its areas of expertise and meets public-health demand. The company's heritage, to create vaccines that protect life, dates back more than a century. Sanofi Pasteur is the largest company entirely dedicated to vaccines. Every day, the company invests more than EUR 1 million in research and development.
It seeks to represent the profession at all levels of government and across all health service sectors. In addition, the ACMHN sets standards for practice, supports mental health nursing research and provides a forum for collegial support, networking and ongoing professional development for its members. Importantly, the ACMHN also works to promote public confidence in and professional recognition of mental health nursing.
We offer a variety of training options to give the best results to our clients and patients.
Workshops - Subscriptions -Group Training
Suitable for all General Practices, Aboriginal Medical Services and Corporate Practices enabling them to deliver quality and improved CDM and Care Coordination.
CDM Plus Workshops are available Nationally and our resources are available through an Individual or Practice Subscription. Group Training is also an option and can be tailored to your needs.
At Pfizer, we apply science and our global resources to improve health and well-being at every stage of life. We strive to set the standard for quality, safety and value in the discovery, development and manufacturing of medicines. Our diversified global health care portfolio includes human biologic and small molecule medicines and vaccines, as well as many of the world’s best-known consumer products.
For more than 150 years, Pfizer has worked to make a difference for all who rely on us.
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RDWA is South Australia’s Rural Workforce Agency, funded by the Commonwealth and State governments to provide an extensive range of support services to SA’s rural primary health care workforce. RDWA provides scholarships and bursaries for rural primary health care nurses and midwives to retain and expand their scope of practice; supports new graduates to start work, and private practices with recruitment and sustainability services. As a not for profit organisation, we place the interests of rural communities and the health workforce at the centre of everything we do. Call us on 08 8234 8277 or visit us at rdwa.com.au/primaryhealth
Our vision is for an Australia free from heart disease.
Today, more than 630,000 people are living with heart disease, and more than 1.4 million at high risk of having a heart attack in the next five years.
To lead the fight against heart disease, every day we deliver:
- support for people living with heart disease (including their families, carers and health professionals)
- education and resources for living a heart-healthy lifestyle
- funding for the highest impact research in heart disease
- support for health professionals to prevent, diagnose and treat heart disease
- advocacy for governments and industry to increase funding and resources for heart health
The National Association of Diabetes Centres (NADC) supports all healthcare services to deliver better health outcomes for people with, or at risk of, diabetes. To achieve this goal, NADC provide member organisations with resources that facilitate and promote improved standards of diabetes care. The NADC supports primary care services that are time poor but need diabetes resources at their fingertips. NADC membership for primary care services is only $65 per year which provides access to all staff of that service to access the library of tools and resources.
Need to refresh your diabetes knowledge - we also offer an online diabetes course that is designed specifically for health professionals. Conference discounts apply, click here!
Come and see us at our trade display whilst at the conference.
Teen Clinic is a nurse-led clinic providing teenagers with the opportunity to talk to a nurse about issues such as STI screening, contraception advice, relationship concerns, mental health issues, homelessness or general health advice and education.
The nurses work at the top of their scope, advising young people to make educated, healthy choices. If their problem falls outside of the nurse's area of expertise the teenagers may be referred on to a GP or to other local service providers.
Teen Clinic is set up within the general practice environment. No appointment is necessary, and all visits are free.
Five evidence-based toolkits bring together the latest tools, information and resources for workers across five areas: home care, primary care, residential aged care, legal issues and working with other providers.
The ELDAC toolkits are free and available 24/7 on the ELDAC website, with a supporting Helpline (1800 870 155) during office hours.