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Evaluating Your Own Competence to Avoid a Negligence Action 

Dr Pam Savage, Nurse Education Consultant - Nursing CPD Institute
Understanding the elements of negligence and applying these to circumstances can give clear direction for decision making and delegation.

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Non-Suicidal Self Injury 

Sue Walker, Nurse Education Consultant
This session addresses a specific type of self-injury which involves deliberately or purposefully hurting oneself, typically resulting in damage of body tissue, such as bleeding and bruising.

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Competency Infection Control: Hand Hygiene 

Nursing CPD Institute
Hand Hygiene is a critical Nursing practice which is vital in reducing the incidence of infections.

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Sexual Health Update 

Sue Walker, Nurse Education Consultant
In this webinar we will explore the sexual health concerns of the Australian population and review rates of disease and the presentation of the most common sexually transmitted diseases.

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Are Cognitive Biases Holding Your Nursing Culture Back? 

Nicole Nash-Arnold - Nurse Manager HQ
Cognitive biases are psychological phenomena that are systematic patterns where deviation from rational judgement. We fall prey to these cognitive biases every day and they present a real danger to how we make clinical judgments and how we engage with our team.

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Coronial Obligations 

Dr Pam Savage, Nurse Education Consultant
This session aims to give Nurses insight and confidence to proceed with legal obligations.

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An orientation to the operating room 

Emma Luck, Nurse Educator - Theatres
This session will orientate you to the perioperative environment. It will provide a broad overview of nursing roles, and key considerations as the patient progresses through their surgical journey. Nursing considerations will be explored.

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Update on the National Immunisation Program and Schedule 

Gail Aylmer
In this session Gail will discuss the schedule and practical issues in the management and delivery of an immunisation program in the community.

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Getting to Know People We Work With - moving beyond assumptions 

Dr Wendy MacIntosh
In this webinar, Dr McIntosh explores the power of assumptions and how they can determine the next step we make in the relationships we have with the other person. It can begin way before the shake of a hand, or the acknowledgement of the other person in the room.

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Recognition of Long QT interval syndrome and related monitoring of patients with Drug Overdose 

Anne Evans Murray - Health Education Pty Ltd
Mental health disorders in Australian adults are increasing with an estimation that 45 % of Australians will experience a mental disorder in their lifetime. Attempted suicide with overdose of antidepressants are increasing as well. Unfortunately, antidepressants have known side effects of Sudden Cardiac Death by prolonging the QT interval on an ECG.

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