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Dealing with Violence 

Dr Pam Savage, Nurse Education Specialist - The Nurses for Nurses Network
Violence towards ourselves, colleagues, patient and their families occurs. Recognising the triggers or habits of violence that underlie aggression can give some insight into avoiding or defusing situations. Acknowledging that violence can occur is itself an inhibiting factor. Strategies and protocols can be used to assist and the legal consequences to a perpetrator can give direction to communication aimed to correct behaviour.

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The Right to Refuse vs Professional Recognition of Risk 

Dr Pam Savage, Nurse Education Specialist - The Nurses for Nurses Network
While we understand the absolute need for client consent, faced with a refusal to consent we experience anxiety. The ethical and legal considerations for the client may not lessen our own anxiety given our knowledge that there are increased risks in providing our care.

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How to Run Meetings That Actually Work 

Nicole Nash-Arnold - Nurse Manager HQ
This webinar walks you through the techniques to take over that ward meeting and get it to be something that is engaging and everyone fights for seats into the tea room to be a part of every month.

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Pick me, pick me – Leading Teams 

Dean King - Personal Edge
High performing teams have certain characteristics and traits that are essential for their ongoing development and performance. Positive patient outcomes, staff retention, increased productivity and cost-effectiveness are the end results of high performing teams.

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Understanding Power  

Nicole Nash-Arnold - Nurse Manager HQ
The word "power" can get a bad rap - the subtle power games that people can play is often what comes to mind when we use the word "power". But power can be used for good instead of evil.

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