Would you like to reinvigorate your aged care nursing practice and accrue up to 15 of your continuing professional development hours?
Register today for the 2019 Australian Nurses and Midwives Conference (12-13 September at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre).
You will hear presentations from nursing professionals, and have an opportunity to network with your colleagues from around the country.
To tailor a personalised program, here are suggested concurrent sessions:
Thursday 12 September
- 1C Nursing: Nursing on the go – how advanced nursing roles are changing the lives for our most vulnerable
Simone O’Brien, Nurse Practitioner and Midwife, Bendigo Health and Heathcote Health
1D OHS: The changing dynamics surrounding modern workplaces and how WorkSafe is responding through its transformational strategy
Clare Amies, CEO, WorkSafe Victoria
- Nursing 2C: Engaging nurses to take a greater role in prescribing medicines
Professor Lisa Nissen, Head of the School of Clinical Sciences, Queensland University of Technology
2D OHS: Mental health promotion versus psychosocial risk prevention – what should we consider during implementation and what controls should be in place?
Dr Carlo Caponecchia, Senior Lecturer, the University of NSW
- 2C Nursing: Advanced care planning – considerations, obstructions & structures
Kathy Whiteside, Advance Care Planning Coordinator, Austin Health
3D OHS: WorkCover tips
Rachel Schutze, Principal Lawyer, Gordon Legal
Friday 13 September
- 4B Aged Care: Feelings first: can emotionally intelligent leadership improve resident outcomes in aged care?
Gay Taylor, Aged Care, Western Sydney University
- 5B Aged Care: What quality of care? The impact of poor staffing levels and private-for-profit aged care ownership
Dr Julie Henderson, Research Associate – Nursing and Public Health Research, Flinders University
- 6B Aged Care: Aged care and insight into the Royal Commission process
Dr Jo Ibrahim, Melbourne gerontologist