This presentation will focus on effective models that can be delivered by nurses to improve outcomes for people with chronic lung disease.
July 2018. The Primary Care and Mental Health elearning modules are available for nurses working in primary health care. The modules cover mental health screening, assessment, planning care, referral and documentation and are developed by the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses (ACMHN). Mental Health Practice Standards for Nurses are also available.
This presentation explores what resilience is, the factors that support resilience in the context of health, and strategies nurses can use to strengthen individual and family resilience in co-occurring illness.
August 2018. First reports of Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA) and Department of Defence-funded Transition and Wellbeing Research Programme have been published. The $6 million programme is the most comprehensive study undertaken in Australia on the impact of military service on the mental, physical and social health of current and ex-serving Australian Defence Force (ADF) members and their families. Find out more...
This course aims to develop the mental health literacy of nurses so they can undertake basic risk assessment with clients who have mental health problems, communicate with patients who may be mentally ill and make referrals.
The ONTRACK model will provide guidance to health professionals to support patients' emotional recovery after an acute health event.
This webinar follows an event that brought together specialist nurses to explore opportunities to take the lead in providing collaborative, integrated chronic disease and mental health management.
Enhance knowledge of adolescent fertility,reproductive and sexual health and increased confidence in shared decision making with patients whilst improving communication, health prevention, health promotion and education.
Disparity + disadvantage = poor outcomes. THINK! If we do as we have always done then we will get what we have always gotten. Time for change.