AOL

AOL

Infection prevention and control

This course has been developed to provide a practical understanding about how to control and manage infection to workers who provide health care and supporting services.

Beyond completion of cancer treatment integrated cancer survivorship care

This presentation will provide an overview of the care needs of people who have completed treatment for their cancer. The role of nurses in this important phase of their journey will be highlighted.

Movers & Shakers keynote presentation: Jenny Carryer

Keynote Presentation from APNA 2013 conference - Movers & Shakers Jenny Carryer

Influenza prevention

This OnlineLearning course has been designed to provide GPs and nurses with concise, practice-based information to support the administration of influenza vaccines to individuals >6 months of age.

A model of hospital avoidance in primary practice

The project will explore the impact of the role of the Acute Aged Care Nurse Practitioner of the health outcomes for residents and on the Emergency Department.

Advanced practice nursing in primary health care: An international perspective

A presentation by Madrean Schober at the 2014 APNA National Conference - Thriving Through Change. Dr Madrean Schober is President of Schober Consulting, International Healthcare Consultants.

Identifying, reporting and responding to the abuse of older people in care

This course has been developed to provide learners with an understanding of how to identify, report and respond to the abuse of older people who are in a care relationship.

Diabetes Unit 1 & 2 Online Learning package

Unit 1 provides a basic understanding of the disease and its impact on the individual and the broader community. Unit 2 contains information required to adapt a care plan and management of an individual's requirements.

Basic Pharmacology

This course provides an understanding of the basic principles, definitions used in pharmacology, and mechanism of action and potential adverse effects of different drugs used in the management of cardiovascular disease.
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