ABOUT THE EVENT
CPHCNW raises awareness of the current and potential contribution of community and primary health care nursing to the health care system and highlights its impact on the wellbeing of individuals and those in local communities. The campaign encourages nurses and their supporters to host an event at their workplace, university or community centre during the week to celebrate the valuable contribution Community and Primary Health Care Nurses make to the wellbeing of our society.
Register your event with us by Monday 2 September to ensure that you receive a hosting kit in the mail.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
- Spread the love to your CPHC colleagues so they feel valued too
Download and print out our value card to pass on the love and appreciation to your fellow colleagues, family or friends. A little act of kindness goes a long way!
- Hold an event with your colleagues and friends
Organise an event with your colleagues and friends! Your event can be as creative as you like. It may be a lecture, a dinner, morning tea, a collective walk with your community or something else entirely. Don’t forget to register your event with us to receive a free hosting kit to help you celebrate.
- Enter the September Nursing Now challenge
Once you’ve registered an event in celebration of Community & Primary Health Care week, you can enter the Nursing Now Australia Challenge and go in the draw to win one of two $100 Visa gift cards. Simply submit your entry, and good luck!
- Join the ACN Community and Primary Health Care Community of Interest group
To connect with other CPHC nurses and stay up to date with the latest news. Members can join the COI via neo. If you are currently not yet a member and are interested in joining the COI, please contact the ACN membership team on 1800 061 660 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also find out more about COIs on our website.
- Share your experiences with us on social media at #NursesWhereYouNeedThem
We’d love to see photos of your event!
EDUCATION COURSES AVAILABLE
ACN is committed to providing high quality evidence-based education to ensure nurses are prepared with the knowledge and skills required to practice in a primary health care setting.
There are also a range of short courses available.
With thanks to the support of our official partner, Regal Home Health