The Australian College of Nursing congratulates Australia Day 2018 Honours Recipients The Australian College of Nursing (ACN) congratulates all Australia Day 2018 Honours Recipients. ACN CEO Adjunct Professor Kylie Ward FACN said, “On behalf of ACN’s Board, Distinguished Life Fellows, Fellows, Members and staff, I congratulate all Australia Day 2018 Honours Recipients. I want to…
The Australian College of Nursing congratulates Australian of the Year Awards recipients The Australian College of Nursing (ACN) congratulates Australia’s Local Hero, Eddie Woo, the Young Australian of the Year, Samantha Kerr, the Senior Australian of the Year, Dr Graham Farquhar, and the Australian of the Year, Professor Michelle Simmons. ACN CEO Adjunct Professor Kylie…
This face to face course is a condensed wound management course which examines those wound types most commonly cared for by Registered & Enrolled Nurses.
This course is suitable for RNs, ENs and AINs and is designed to update knowledge to current practice. It will cover physiology, assessment, pharmacology, non-pharmacological pain management strategies, acute and persistent chronic pain management.
This seminar will benefit Registered Nurses, Enrolled Nurses and Cert IV qualified nurse assistants who care for older people.
This face to face course is designed for nursing staff who are involved in facilitating clinical education in their work environment, enabling them to gain the knowledge and skills required to develop and implement the principles of adult learning and feedback to staff in their workplace.
This face to face case study based workshop is designed as an extension of the Wound Management Update. While it is recommended that you complete the Wound Management Update to gain the most out of the session, it is not a requirement. Any registered nurse or enrolled nurses who is engaged in providing wound care to their patients or residents will find this insightful workshop beneficial.
This face to face course is designed to assist nurse clinicians in applying the principles and concept of self-management. Participants will learn advanced interviewing skills to motivate chronically ill clients and help them recognise and resolve their ambivalence to change. Creative ways of implementing change will be explored and chronic care management will be examined.
This face to face course is designed for registered nurses and enrolled nurses who are engaged in providing wound care to their patients or residents. The content is appropriate for the settings of acute care, community and general practice nursing, and aged care.