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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.

Diet & lifestyle strategies for improving metabolic health: tips & tools for your practice

In this presentation Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian Melanie McGrice will share the latest evidence and dietary strategies for managing risk factors of the metabolic syndrome.

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.

Basic Life Support

This course has been developed to provide learners with an understanding of basic life support, according to the Australian Resuscitation Council guidelines.

National bowel cancer screening program

This course provides an understanding of the risk factors and symptoms of bowel cancer, different screening tests for bowel cancer, features of the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program and duty of care.

The challenges of patient care in the Horn of Africa

A presentation by Lucy Perry at the 2014 APNA National Conference - Thriving Through Change.

Diabetes management in the primary care setting unit 2: Supporting people living with diabetes

This course has been designed to draw on the knowledge identified in Unit 1 - Introduction to Diabetes. It contains more detailed information required to adapt a care plan and management of individual person's requirements.

Enhanced capability in family planning: Obesity, chronic disease and fertility

This webinar compliments the online course - Obesity Chronic Disease and Fertility - currently available for primary health care nurses through APNA OnlineLearning.

Mentoring series

A package of video presentations on mentoring. Consists of: 6 x presentations.

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