2016 conference

2016 conference

Dietary fats and heart health: Are the recommendations changing

This presentation will highlight the current research on dietary fats and heart health, and provide attendees with practical recommendations and resources for their patients.

Creating a high performing health system: Integrated care in Canterbury, New Zealand

Does this sound familiar: A NZD$17m (AUD$16m) deficit, rapidly rising demand, a hospital frequently in gridlock, an ageing workforce, and shortages of staff? This was Canterbury Health System, New Zealand, in 2007.

The important role of the practice nurse in delivering patient centred diabetes management

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.

The ninja nurses of primary care

Heather Henry thinks that primary care nurses are the uncelebrated 'ninjas' of their breed. Their invisibility is the thing she is tackling and she says myths have grown up about what they actually do.

Champions for skin integrity: Train the trainer workshop

Recording from the 2016 APNA conference . The aim of the Champions for Skin Integrity (CSI) program is to facilitate evidence-based wound management through the development of an implementation model and resources for health professionals, clients and carers.

Do GPs and RNs collaborate in general practice

An increased prevalence of chronic disease and an ageing population is threatening to challenge the way we deliver healthcare. This study seeks to explore the factors which influence collaboration in this healthcare setting.

My kidneys, my health: Empowering people with early stage kidney disease

This presentation will share the results of a 14-item questionnaire to identify the information needs of people newly diagnosed with CKD to develop a consumer-driven resource pack.

Learning to recognise frailty in older people

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.

Transition to Practice Program

Transition to Practice Program

Building Nurse Clinics project

Building Nurse Clinics project
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