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It’s time to stop shaming in nursing - workplace bullying through another lens 

Dr Wendy McIntosh
As a profession nursing continues to experience huge costs due to workplace bullying. Discussing links between bullying and shame and shaming behaviour the presenter will traverse an at times uncomfortable and challenging terrain that also offers solutions and signposts for self care and action.

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Dealing with Difficult people in the Workplace 

Cheryl Dezotti
Healthcare workers are exposed to difficult people on a daily basis. Nurses interact with a plethora of different personalities with varying priorities, viewpoints and spheres of influence which all have the capacity to impact the Nurses ability to do their job. Over time Nurses develop the skill and art of effectively communicating with difficult people. This session reviews key tips in dealing with difficult people.

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Indigenous Cultural Awareness 

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Understanding Indigenous Australian culture and history enables health care providers to build relationships based on trust and understanding with Indigenous patients. Providing care that is culturally safe is paramount for improving Indigenous Health outcomes.

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2 CPD HOURS

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Australian Open Disclosure Framework 

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This session explores the Australian Open Disclosure Framework published by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care.

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End of life Essentials  

Kim Devery, Senior Lecturer - Flinders University
Every patient will at some time die. In this session Kim will discuss how you can sharpen your professional skill set in end of life care.

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Risk Factors Associated with the Pressure Injury Development 

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This quiz explores the known risk factors for pressure injury development and discusses recommended assessment tools.

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Spinal Cord Injury - Bowel Management 

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This session reviews the impact of Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) on bowel function and the recommended management practices.

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The Palliative Approach in Residential Aged Care 

Deborah Parker, Associate Professor - University of Queensland
In this session participants will gain an understanding of Implementing the Palliative Approach in Residential Aged Care including discussion relating to advanced care planning, case conferencing, and the use of an End of Life pathway

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Syringe Driver Management  

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This session reviews recommended practices for the setting up, maintenance, management and removal of a syringe driver.

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Strategies to facilitate a “Good Death” for residents living in residential aged care  

Kristien McAnelly, Registered Nurse - Brisbane South Palliative Care Collaborative
In this session Kris will review the concept of a "good death" and the clinical strategies that can be employed to achieve the best possible result for the Resident.

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