The Australian College of Nursing (ACN) is delighted to announce the launch of a brand-new nursing audio series.
The Nursing Conversations: Working with Young People audio series is produced by the passionate members of our Adolescent and Young People Community of Interest (COI) and profiles esteemed clinical and academic experts working in the field of adolescent and young people health.
The episodes are 10 – 15 minutes long and cover a range of topics including:
- Exploring the career background of the guests
- Highlighting the diverse motivations which drive people to work in adolescent and young people health
- Examining successful methodologies to work with and care for adolescents and young people.
ACN’s Adolescent and Young People COI aims to support nurses working in the field of adolescent and young people’s health and brings together nurses specialising in this field to provide strategic advice on policies and positions.
COI Chair Professor Alison Hutton FACN noted the audio series is key to highlighting the many diverse ways nurses help to improve the lives of adolescents and young people.
“We really want to show our membership the breadth and depth of experiences nurses have working with young people,” she said.
“Part of that is identifying the commonalities of experience that nurses get from working with this group.”
In the discussion Professor Deatrick brings a leading international perspective to understanding the role of nursing care in adolescent and young people health.
To celebrate the launch of the audio series, this first episode is accessible publicly on SoundCloud.
Future episodes will be made available exclusively to members of the Adolescent and Young People COI on neo. To become a part of the group and access these insightful resources we encourage you to join the COI.