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CPD: short course

About the CPD short course

This short course is conducted over one day and is equivalent to 7 continuing professional development (CPD) hours. Please note that this program is subject to change.

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CPD, CPD: short course

About the CPD short course

This short course is conducted over two days and is equivalent to 14 continuing professional development (CPD) hours. Please note that this program is subject to change.

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CPD: recorded webcast/webinar

There are many misconceptions about the term rehabilitation and understanding this is important to the future of rehabilitation services. The principles of rehabilitation are statements of intent for the delivery of rehabilitation and rehabilitation nursing services, yet their application in...

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CPD, CPD: online course, Members CPD offer

This four-hour module has been designed for both Enrolled and Registered Nurses to revise key aspects of respiratory assessment.

This module will provide you with the combination of knowledge, skills, attitudes, values and abilities that underpin competent assessments. The content is...

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Unit of Study, CPD

This unit of study is designed for registered nurses working in a variety of clinical settings where they care for patients with respiratory problems. It addresses key issues relevant to respiratory nursing, and reviews respiratory physiology, clinical management of respiratory disorders, oxygen...

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CPD

Course overview

If you have not practiced within the profession for a period of more than 5 years, but not exceeding 10 years then the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) may refer you to complete a return to the register course.

Our course is designed for Australian...

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CPD: recorded webcast/webinar

The National Safety and Quality Health Service Standard 4.1.1 outlines medication incidents are to be regularly monitored, reported and investigated. There is evidence available to show that medication related adverse events in the healthcare systems do not just happen, but can be traced to one...

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