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.
This presentation will discuss how eight nurse leaders were able to contribute to evolving primary health care collectives in New Zealand as part of the politically driven integration agenda, Better, Sooner, More Convenient.
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.
This presentation will encourage you to ask questions and seek guidance on how you can become a leader in primary health care nursing and what you see for the future of primary health care nurses.
This presentation will discuss the process of implementation of video consultations at both the clinician and practice management level. Planning is an essential ingredient to success.
This presentation looks at the journey of Health LEADS Australia, an Australian health leadership framework, what we've learned, what happens next, and what leadership means in practice.
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.
Global workforce shortages within nursing have caused growth, expansion and diversity in education opportunities for nurses around the world and Australia is no exception.
This presentation will outline principles and models for integrating health self-management and peer support into general practice along with practical strategies practice nurses can use to implement in clinical settings.