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Culture and Health Beliefs 

Silvia Borges, Team Leader - PICAC Program - Diversicare
In this webinar, we will explore how culture and cultural beliefs can have a significant impact on how people from different cultural backgrounds engage with health, disability and aged care services.

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Accessing Health Services: Challenges for People from Migrant and Refugee Backgrounds 

Amanda Bowden, PICAC Project Officer - Diversicare
This webinar explains some of the barriers to access and engagement with health care services experienced by people from migrant and refugee backgrounds. It outlines the context of refugee health during settlement in Australia, and some issues of particular concern.

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0.5 CPD HOURS

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Carers Series: laws relating to health provision and types of law governing Australians 

Dr Pam Savage, Nurse Education Consultant - Nursing CPD Institute
Part 1 explains the aims of laws relating to health provision and the types of law governing Australians.

Particular focus on the issues of privacy and confidentiality is made. Rules and protocols for ensuring confidentiality is maintained are addressed using a case to highlight risks. These include social media and the links between slander, libel and defamation.

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Carers Series: workplace behaviour and the consequences of inappropriate actions 

Dr Pam Savage, Nurse Education Consultant - Nursing CPD Institute
This webinar will explore the laws that exist to protect workers and individuals from coercive, insulting or discriminating words and actions. There are consequences for employers and employees who fail to adhere to standards that promote rights. Not every upset or conflict falls within the rules of law but where serious problems arise the law can offer a remedy.

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Carers Series: Elder abuse and mandatory reporting requirements  

Dr Pam Savage, Nurse Education Consultant - Nursing CPD Institute
In this webinar elder abuse and mandatory reporting requirements are discussed. The changes to legislation 2021 for mandatory reporting of serious incidents to aged clients are explored.

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0.05 CPD HOURS

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Carers Series: Negligence 

Dr Pam Savage, Nurse Education Consultant - Nursing CPD Institute
In this webinar, the rules of negligence are explained and examples of negligent actions are provided to promote understanding and the ability to assess situations in light of legal standards.

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Annual Fundamentals - Fire and Emergency Procedures 

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This session reviews generic procedures associated with responding to emergencies in a healthcare workplace. It is your responsibility to ensure you are familiar with and understand the Fire and Emergency Related Procedures and your responsibilities as outlined in your workplace policies and procedures.

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Snapshot of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Statistics for LGBTI People 

Lilliana Levada, Nurse Education Consultant
This paper explains to what degree LGBTI people are more likely to experience health inequalities. Inequalities pertaining to LGBTI healthcare vary depending on gender, age, income and disability as well as between LGBTI groupings. The observational data identified reveals a substantial health deficit among sexual and gender minorities, which likely plays a role in further impairing the already poor mental health outcomes.

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