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August 2022

Starting a nurse clinic in wound management | Virtual workshop

August 18 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
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This two-part APNA nurse clinic virtual workshop (the “how to” of starting a nurse clinic) will provide the necessary foundational skills for participants to confidently consider, plan and develop a nurse-led wound management clinic. Part one:  Topics include setting the scene, a clear plan, develop a model, evaluation, staffing and human resources. Learning outcomes: Describe the importance of planning and goal setting in establishing a nurse-led clinic. Identify available tools to evaluate a nurse-led clinic. Part two: Topics including funding,…

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September 2022

ADHD in Adults | Webinar

September 6 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Free

GPs, practice nurses, psychologists, mental health practitioners and other health professionals in primary health care settings can attend this event to learn more about the detection, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adults. Presenters: Dr Carmel O’Toole and Dr Shelley Gray, “Beyond GP” education Associate Professor Philip Tune, Bendigo Health HealthPathways: ADHD in Adults (not-localised) Click here to register

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Infection Prevention and Control in General Practice Update | Webinar

September 15 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Free

General practitioners, practice nurses, practice managers, medical receptionists, pharmacists and other health professionals in primary health care settings, are invited to attend this webinar with Margaret Jennings, Microbiologist and Infection Prevention & Control Educator, to learn more about ventilation, PPE and infection prevention and control for Monkeypox. Click here to register. Related Healthpathways: Infection Prevention and Control

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