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CPD Sessions for Palliative Care

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Traumatic Brain Injury & Neurological Assessment 

Vicki Evans
In this webinar we will consider what constitutes traumatic brain injury – including extradural haemorrhage, subdural haemorrhage, skull fracture and the definition of concussion and its management.

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1 CPD HOUR

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Single Quality Framework: A new beginning 

Pam Bridges - Pam Bridges Consulting
On 1 July 2019 a Single Quality Framework will be introduced to the aged care sector - both residential and in home care. These standards will replace the existing standards for both residential care and in-home care.

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Antihypertensives and Renal Function 

Mel Antonel, Clinical Pharmacist - Renal
In this webinar you revisit how the kidneys regulate or effect blood pressure before exploring all the different classes of blood pressure medications including which ones can be used in renally impaired patients. We will also consider the side effects and how can these be managed.

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Manual Handling 

Cheryl Dezotti - The Nursing CPD Institute
In this session Cheryl will review the principles of manual handling, discuss several devices to assist in manual handling, and look at the practical application of the principles in the workplace to maximise staff safety.

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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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2 CPD HOURS

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Australian Open Disclosure Framework 

The Nursing CPD Institute
This session explores the Australian Open Disclosure Framework published by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care.

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End of life Essentials  

Kim Devery, Senior Lecturer - Flinders University
Every patient will at some time die. In this session Kim will discuss how you can sharpen your professional skill set in end of life care.

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Risk Factors Associated with the Pressure Injury Development 

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This quiz explores the known risk factors for pressure injury development and discusses recommended assessment tools.

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Supporting high quality end of life care: The role of the Residential Aged Care End of Life Care Pathway 

Fiona Israel and Kris McAnelly - Brisbane South Palliative Care Collaborative
The Residential Aged Care End of Life Care Pathway (Pathway) is an evidence-based tool developed for Australian residential aged care facilities (RACFs) that guides good clinical care provided to a resident as they die. Evidence shows that the Pathway improves outcomes of care for dying residents and results in fewer residents being inappropriately transferred to acute care facilities.


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Multicultural Palliative Care Guidelines 

Sue Walker, Educator/ Nurse Consultant - The Nursing CPD Institute
To encourage an open relationship, it is important not to leap to stereotyped conclusions, but rather to learn about the beliefs and needs of the person who has become our patient. Confessing that we know little of another’s culture and seeking to learn more about it is a large step towards bridging the gap between cultures.

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