2016 conference

2016 conference

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.

An update on the regulation of nurses and midwives in Australia

This session will provide an overview of the changes to these revised standards and guidelines and general update for attendees on relevant policy position of the NMBA with respect to nurses working in primary health care.

Using digital health to advance continuity of care

A presentation by Heather McDonald at the 2016 APNA National Conference - Nurses | The heart of primary health care

HPV and the renewal of the national cervical screening program

This webinar aims to educate nurses about upcoming changes to the national cervical screening program. Participants will learn about advancements in understanding of HPV and the link to cervical cancer.

Uncovering your career potential education and career frameworks in primary health care

This presentation will be an opportunity to find out more about APNA's Commonwealth funded Nursing in Primary Health Care programme which aims to support the recruitment and retention of Primary Health Care Nurses.

Eye Disorders and the role of the primary health care nurse

The presentation will aim to specifically assist nurse practitioners on the best way to assess and manage children as well as consider the most appropriate care for aged-related conditions in geriatric settings.

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.

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.

Advance care planning: do you really know what your patient wants

This session is for primary care nurses who participate in care planning and treatment of patients with chronic or life-limiting conditions, enabling you to learn about the principles and practice of advance care planning.

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