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CPD Sessions for Diabetes

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Diabetes Related Complications 

Donna Itzstein - Diabetes QLD
Diabetes Queensland will present a diabetes-related complications session to assist you to encourage those you support to follow the evidence based recommendations for complication screening.

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Low carbohydrate eating for people with diabetes 

Dale Cooke - Diabetes QLD
Diabetes Queensland will present The Diabetes Australia Position Statement on low carbohydrate eating for people with diabetes released in 2018 and its’ application in practice.

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Family Violence for Clinical Practice 

The Nurses for Nurses Network
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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Workplace Mental Health Awareness 

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

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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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The Great Diet Debacle  

Dale Cook, Accredited Practising Dietitian - Diabetes Queensland
Understand the variety of diets and if they provide benefit in diabetes management.

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Indigenous Cultural Awareness 

The Nursing CPD Institute
Understanding Indigenous Australian culture and history enables health care providers to build relationships based on trust and understanding with Indigenous patients. Providing care that is culturally safe is paramount for improving Indigenous Health outcomes.

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Diabetes related complications…It doesn’t need to be complicated! 

Karen Thomas, Credentialled Diabetes Educator and Registered Nurse - Diabetes Queensland
The overall goal of diabetes management is to reduce the incidence of diabetes related complications. It is important to proactively conduct complication screening and to have a comprehensive understanding of the risk factors.

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Diabetes management in the palliative and aged care setting – A fresh recap 

Fleur Kelly, Credentialled Diabetes Educator - Registered Nurse - Diabetes Queensland
Diabetes in the aged care and palliative setting can be complicated yet, it is a time where well managed glucose levels are required.

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GDM and Pregnancy planning in diabetes– Know the difference 

Kristianne Jarman, Credentialled Diabetes Educator - Registered Nurse - Diabetes Queensland
Pregnancy planning in type one and type two diabetes is vital to reduce risks of complications relating to hyperglycaemia. This session also includes a brief overview of Gestational Diabetes – risk factors, screening and management.

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