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Recorded Webcasts

The new frontier in online education. ACN now brings you another education opportunity through webinars. These seminars aim to give clinicians an opportunity to learn and interact with experts in multiple areas of nursing specialties. These webinars are a direct result of the survey conducted earlier this year and will feature your requests on various topics. Open to all nurses across all health care domains, they are a convenient and effective way to stay informed and grow your knowledge base for efficient practice.

Why ACN webinars?

  • Access to quality education anytime, anywhere.
  • Clinical updates from experts in various clinical specialties.
  • Ability to interact live during session.
  • Time-efficient and cost-effective learning tool in line with current trends in education
  • Gain CPD hours and certificate of attendance. 
  • Once only sign-up process for access to ACN webinar series.

What does the webinar package include?

  • Opportunity to post questions to the presenter ahead of time.
  • 60-minute presentation with Q&A time included.
  • Live chat.
  • References provided for further learning.
  • Archived webcasts available for registered participants for 3 weeks.

Cost
$22 (GST inclusive) – members
$30 (GST inclusive) – non-members

 1 CPD hour

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A

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Vaccines have been very successful at decreasing the incidence and in some cases wiping out disease altogether. Due to this success most people have never seen many of the diseases, which are covered in the National Immunisation Program.

C

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We live in a land of abundance and it seems inconceivable that malnutrition rates among the Australian population are increasing.

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A must attend webinar for all clinical leaders and aspiring nurse leaders

D

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Currently in Australia we are facing the ramifications of an ageing population. In every sector of society, including health, we will encounter older people more so than ever before.

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Many people admitted to hospital for surgical procedures may also have diabetes. Recent studies have shown that people admitted for any condition, will have a longer average length of stays if they also have diabetes.

E

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The current outbreak of Ebola virus disease in West Africa has been declared by the World Health Organization as a public health emergency of international concern, and the United Nations has declared it a threat to international peace and security.

1 CPD Hour

Nurses are encouraged to be reflective practitioners. Reflective practice can contribute to facilitating significant change, can be used as a process of personal and professional development, and has the potential to directly improve patient care.

L

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In the health care system, nurses are ubiquitous and have both formal and informal leadership roles. Nurses are in a position to influence workplace culture, access and quality of health care provision.

M

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Changing behaviours that impact negatively on health is difficult for both client and health professionals alike. Behaviours such as smoking, overeating, drinking, or lack of exercise, result in preventable risk factors that can cause illness and death.

N

1 CPD Hour

Registered nurses play a pivotal role in assessing and managing patient's pain in all health care domains.

This webcast on Pain management will help you implement evidence-based practice in your clinical specialty.

O

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With the incidence of diabetes continuing to rise and the increasing complexity of self-management for those using insulin, the skill base of health providers in all areas of the health care system need to be considered.

P

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Palliative care for children remains a relatively small but integral part of the health care services.

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“How people die remains in the memory of those who live on” Dame Cicely Saunders, Founder of the Modern Hospice Movement.

R

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There are many misconceptions about the term rehabilitation and understanding this is important to the future of rehabilitation services.

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The National Safety and Quality Health Service Standard 4.1.1 outlines medication incidents are to be regularly monitored, reported and investigated.

S

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Social media is not a fad. It is a fundamental shift in how we see and interact with the world. It has been called the biggest change in our society since the industrial revolution. There are few that have not been affected by the power of social media.

1 CPD Hour

Would you know how to recognise risk factors in your patients?

In Australia, Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) events kill more people than breast cancer, road traffic accidents and HIV / AIDS combined. VTE is the most common cause of preventable deaths in hospitalised patients.

1 CPD Hour

This webcast will provide an overview of the International Guideline re management & treatment of pressure injuries with specific focus on pressure injuries on the patient’s heels.

Participants will be better able to:

T

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Older people have higher rates of chronic illness than any other age population and, subsequently, are more likely to be taking multiple medications.

V

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Delayed wound healing occurs in a variety of wound types and can be a significant health problem. In addition to the pain and suffering the patient goes through, failure of the wound to heal also results in social and financial burden.

W

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Nurses are always challenged with wounds that just won’t heal!