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CPD Sessions for Mental Health & Psychology

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Autism Guidelines Update 

The Nursing CPD Institute
The updated guidelines for Autism Spectrum Disorder help healthcare professionals to better understand what Autism is and what Autism isn’t.

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Family Violence for Clinical Practice 

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In this session you will become familiar with the signs and symptoms of family violence and be able to apply to your clinical practice.

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Pain Assessment and Care in the Elderly 

Sandra Dash - Lecturer in Nursing
With the world aging at a rapid rate, pain and pain symptoms increase and therefore so does the complexity when assessing geriatric patients for pain. This webinar will look at how pain is different in the elderly, why pain assessment can be so complex and the medicinal and non-medicinal support that can be considered when looking after your geriatric patient.

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Workplace Mental Health Awareness 

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This webinar aims to increase participants' awareness and understanding of depression and anxiety including understanding mental health risk.

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Growth and Development: Putting it all into practice 

Siglinde Angerer, Clinical Nurse Consultant - Steps in Education
In this session, we will be looking at case studies with the aim of a clinician being able to work through and identify with the family what they really want support with. In some cases, this may mean that the observed clinical picture is not necessarily matching the concern of the parent/caregiver. We discuss this dilemma further and offer ways of walking with the family to navigate their concerns as opposed to in front of them, providing solutions.

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A Review of Depression – including Bipolar Disorder 

Sue Walker, Nurse Education Specialist - The Nursing CPD Institute
In this webinar we will explore major depressive disorder. The incidence will be discussed, the signs and symptoms reviewed, and the intervention and treatments investigated. Suicidal thoughts and behaviours as well as non-suicidal self-injury will be revised.

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Substance Use Problems 

Sue Walker, Nurse Education Specialist - The Nursing CPD Institute
In this webinar we will explore substance use problems, how they are identified, and the treatment options available.

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Acute methamphetamine-related Problem Management 

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This session explores recommended medical management strategies for acute methamphetamine use

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It’s time to stop shaming in nursing - workplace bullying through another lens 

Dr Wendy McIntosh
As a profession nursing continues to experience huge costs due to workplace bullying. Discussing links between bullying and shame and shaming behaviour the presenter will traverse an at times uncomfortable and challenging terrain that also offers solutions and signposts for self care and action.

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Dealing with Difficult people in the Workplace 

Cheryl Dezotti
Healthcare workers are exposed to difficult people on a daily basis. Nurses interact with a plethora of different personalities with varying priorities, viewpoints and spheres of influence which all have the capacity to impact the Nurses ability to do their job. Over time Nurses develop the skill and art of effectively communicating with difficult people. This session reviews key tips in dealing with difficult people.

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