Nurses and midwives must be registered with the NMBA, and meet the NMBA's professional standards in order to practise in Australia. Includes the Code of Ethics for Nurses, and the Code of Professional Conduct.
A presentation by Janeen Lallard and Cathy Zesers at the 2014 APNA National Conference - Thriving Through Change.
Networking meetings have helped reduce feelings of isolation and have empowered nurses to enhance their roles and identify the potential for change and improvement in their clinical setting.
A package of video presentations on mentoring. Consists of: 6 x presentations.
These national Standards clearly articulate the standard of computer literacy, information literacy and information management required of all nurses and midwives, for practice.
This presentation introduces a leadership framework for nurses that incorporates the five elements of leadership in a caring environment.
This webinar will describe different ways to mentor, summarise the dynamics of a mentoring relationship, outline mentoring roles, list the 4 questions that make a mentoring conversation work.
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 RACGP Standards for General Practices are a template for quality care and risk management in Australian general practice.