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May 10 - 11, 2021 | CPD Hour : 10.3 | Maroochydore, Queensland
Clinical Deterioration: Identify, Assess, Prevent Seminar is organized by Ausmed Education Pty Ltd and will be held from May 10 - 11, 2021 at The Sebel Maroochydore, Maroochydore, Queensland, Australia. Accreditation: CPD:10h 30m Why Attend: The fact that patients can become very rapidly unwell is a high risk for them as well as the healthcare team. Attend this two-day seminar to sharpen essential skills for early detection of deterioration. Learn about: • Thinking fast not slow in a crisis situation • The first subtle signs of deterioration • How to rapidly assess a deteriorating patient • Recognising life-threatening conditions early, such as sepsis and acute kidney injury • How to recognise acute respiratory failure including basic CXR interpretation • Interpretation of diagnostic tests • “Let me be clear!” communicating concisely and correctly The Goal: Need for Program: Growing numbers of high acuity patients are being cared for by a diversity of healthcare workers and across a wide range of clinical settings, not just in acute care units. The more acutely unwell a person is the greater the risk of poor patient outcomes, including increased morbidity and mortality. Rapidly recognising and responding to subtle and obvious changes in a patient’s condition is a high priority of the healthcare team if patient deterioration is to be averted. Purpose of Program: This seminar assists nurses and other health professionals to sharpen skills and confidence in recognising and managing patients whose clinical condition is deteriorating. Learning Outcomes: • Rapidly respond to and effectively communicate the signs and symptoms that may indicate a patient is deteriorating so as to prevent an adverse event • Correlate clinical assessment findings with pathophysiological processes occurring across body systems in acutely ill patients • Apply a range of appropriate and timely evidence-based nursing interventions when a patient is acutely ill and their condition is deteriorating • Use knowledge of the early signs of sepsis to swiftly implement evidence-based interventions and prevent poor patient outcomes Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Oct 21 - 22, 2021 | CPD : 11 | Maroochydore, Queensland
Sunshine Coast Nurses' Conference 2021 is organized by Ausmed Education Pty Ltd and will be held from Oct 21 - 22, 2021 at The Sebel Maroochydore, Maroochydore, Queensland, Australia. Accreditation: CPD: 11h Why Attend: This general Nurses’ Conference is an ideal way for you to update your knowledge about a range of nursing topics each year. Book your place at this upcoming conference and: • Keep up-to-date • Network, share experiences, and connect with like-minded colleagues • Help meet your CPD requirements • Enrich your professional practice and personal growth • Improve health outcomes specific to your local community and much, much more... The Goal: Need for Program: Good patient care is directly related to the quality of the nursing care being provided. The healthcare environment is rapidly changing and all nurses are faced with the constant challenge of keeping their knowledge, skills and practice, up-to-date. As well, the amount of new knowledge available is increasing. To achieve the desired patient outcomes informed, safe and competent nursing practice is vital. In addition, continuing professional development is a professional regulatory requirement. Purpose of Program: The purpose of this conference is to enable all nurses to remain up-to-date on a range of current professional and clinical practice topics. Learning Outcomes: • Identify behaviours that cause illness in people in order to plan care to prevent health deterioration • Interprofessional collaboration will be optimised with the intention of enhancing better patient outcomes • Apply new knowledge about a range of conditions to provide holistic care • Patient outcomes will be underpinned by evidence-based practice, recognised standards, and guidelines