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Aug 17 - 19, 2020 | CME 22.5 | AUD $2,950.00 | Adelaide, South Australia
Emergency Trauma Management (ETM) Course is organized by Emergency Trauma Management (ETM) and will be held from Aug 17 - 19, 2020 at Education Development Centre, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. This course has been approved for a maximum of 22.5 CME points. Who is the course for? ETM Course is targeted at Australian and New Zealand Senior Emergency Registrars and Consultants, however a wide range of specialities have attended and are welcome at the course, including: • Rural GP’s • Anaesthetic trainees • ICU trainees • Surgical trainees • Trauma Registrars (adult and paediatric) Description: ETM is a 3-day face-to-face course that teaches trauma reception and resuscitation from the Australasian Emergency Medicine perspective, with a focus on practical trauma resuscitation, trauma team-leading and trauma team-member skills. Our course has a strong focus on communication in particular resuscitation room management, the shared mental model and closed loop communication. We are relevant to nursing and medical staff who work in trauma centres, metropolitan, regional and remote environments. Course Features: Short, focused lectures, simulation scenarios and small group interactive sessions including: • RRM: Resus Room Management - modern ED team leading/team member skills • Airway: Standard/difficult/failed intubation, cricothyroidotomy • Chest: Decompression – needle/finger/tube thoracostomy • Vascular access: Rapid Infuser Catheter (RIC) line and intraosseous needle (EZ-IO) insertion • Orthopaedic: Spinal immobilisation, pelvic binder, CT-6 femoral traction splint application • Other procedures: CAT/SOF tourniquet application, lateral canthotomy • Management: Management of traumatic cardiac arrest • Radiology: Trauma x-ray, CT and FAST scan interpretation • Transport: Transport and retrieval of the trauma patient
Aug 26 - 27, 2020 | CPD Hours 14 | AUD $2,850.00 | Adelaide, South Australia
Primespeak Seminar is organized by Prime Practice and will be held from Aug 26 - 27, 2020 at Stamford Plaza Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of Up to 14 CPD Hours. Target Audience: This course is designed for dental clinicians (dentists, dental specialists, dental hygienists, dental and oral health therapists). However, clinicians may choose to bring along team members who work closely with them. Description: Learn how to present treatment options and get your patients to make informed decisions while building trust and long lasting relationships. Learn: • The rules of ethical dentistry. • How to remove any perception of sales pressure. • How to become rejection proof. • Key trust busters and trust breakers. • A step by step sequence for the new patient exam. • How to overcome objections and deal with “I’ll think about it”. • Tools and techniques to deepen patient ownership of their dental conditions. Primespeak Seminar’s success has been due to its ability to support participants to: • remove any perception of sales pressure • increase patient ownership of their dental conditions • bridge the gap between what a patient thinks they need and what you think they need • take the stress out of communicating with patients • NEVER be rejected • ALWAYS maintain trust and rapport with patients. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Aug 31 - Sep 01, 2020 | CPD Hour 12 | AUD $559.00 | Adelaide, South Australia
Respiratory Nursing Seminar is organized by Ausmed Education Pty Ltd and will be held from Aug 31 - Sep 01, 2020 at Lakes Resort Hotel, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. Accreditation: CPD: 12h CPD Why Attend: Respiratory disease is common and most nurses will care for people with lung problems. Dyspnoea is distressing and respiratory failure is frightening. Attend this program and learn about: • Key anatomy, physiology, and principles relating to the respiratory system • Skills to assess people with respiratory issues • Current nursing management of: ○ acute respiratory failure ○ asthma and COPD ○ respiratory tract infections ○ pneumothorax and lung trauma • Acute oxygen therapy – a new paradigm (swim between the flags) • Effective use of inhaled therapy – inhaler device technique & enabling adherence • Basic interpretation of ABGs and CXRs This seminar is relevant to all nurses and other health professionals who care for people with respiratory disease. Need for Program: Respiratory symptoms are common and nearly a third of Australians live with a chronic respiratory disease. In 2015, for instance, COPD was the fifth leading cause of death. Most health professionals will care for or come into contact with people who have a respiratory condition. Understanding the impact that a respiratory disease has on the holistic care of a person is critical to their outcome. Effective evidence-based management that includes patients in decision-making can change the course of a person’s recovery, the impact of the symptoms, their quality of life, and even their long-term survival. Purpose of Program: The purpose of this seminar is to enable you to apply evidence-based knowledge and skills to your nursing practice for people with respiratory disease. Your Learning Outcomes: • Take a comprehensive history and assessment of a person’s respiratory health and the impact this is having on their day-to-day life • Differentiate between a range of common acute and chronic respiratory signs and symptoms based on knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system • Translate evidence-based management principles to nursing interventions of common respiratory illness • Alleviate respiratory distress through direct interventions and by providing education to enable self-management
Sep 03 - 04, 2020 | CPD Hour 11 | AUD $629.00 | Adelaide, South Australia
Enrolled Nurses' Conference is organized by Ausmed Education Pty Ltd and will be held from Sep 03 - 04, 2020 at Lakes Resort Hotel, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. This conference has been approved for a maximum of 11 CPD Hours. Why Attend: As the health system constantly changes, make sure you are one of the well-informed and up-to-date nursing professionals. Attend this conference and learn about: • Professional opportunities for enrolled nurses • Medication updates • What you need to know about wounds • Latest trends in diabetes care • How to deal with ethical dilemmas • How holistic care differs from a medical model of care The Goal: Need for Program: The scope of practice of enrolled nurses (ENs) has become more complex over time. Safety and competency skills are critical to ENs practice, and it is essential that continuous updates to knowledge and skills are undertaken. Holistic nursing care relies on comprehensive approaches to patient conditions. This further reflects the need for broad-based education that places the person at the centre of care. In addition, continuing professional development is a professional regulatory requirement. Purpose of Program: The purpose of this program is to improve patient outcomes by increasing the clinical and professional knowledge and practice of enrolled nurses. Learning outcomes: • Negotiate holistic care with adults who have chronic conditions that is attuned to their desired outcomes • Critically interpret and use patient information from a range of sources to provide best-practice nursing care • Use communication as a therapeutic tool to facilitate collegial and interprofessional collaboration • Implement and evaluate care that reflects best-available nursing evidence so that safe and quality care is provided. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Sep 14 - 15, 2020 | CPD Hours 12 | AUD $559.00 | Adelaide, South Australia
Trauma Nursing Seminar is organized by Ausmed Education Pty Ltd and will be held from Sep 14 - 15, 2020 at Lakes Resort Hotel, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. Accreditation: CPD: 12h Why Attend? Injury related hospitalisations steadily increase each year in Australia. Do you feel confident and up to date with best practice in relation to physical trauma? Attend this seminar and learn: • The essentials of primary assessment in trauma situations • What’s different when trauma affects pregnant women and paediatric patients • How to prepare to receive a trauma patient • How to assess and manage head, abdominal, pelvic, and musculoskeletal trauma • Safe care for a patient with spinal trauma • What to do in a burns situation and much, much more… Need for Program: Injury amongst people in Australia is a major reason for mortality, morbidity, and permanent disability. Most injuries result from falls and men are the most likely to suffer injury. But, approximately 8% of all deaths are related to injury and trauma whether accidental or self-inflicted. The location also has a significant impact. Nurses who practice in hospitals, emergency departments, primary health care, and rural or remote area nursing are often the frontline responders or carers for those who suffer such injuries. The ability to rapidly assess a person with a traumatic injury is essential for harm minimization. In addition, high-level clinical decision-making, combined with evidence-based knowledge is essential for optimum patient care and better long-term outcomes for people affected by physical trauma. Purpose of Program: The purpose of this seminar is to provide nurses with the current evidence and underpinning principles of best-practice nursing management for people with physical trauma. Learning Outcomes: • Correlate the pathophysiology and “mechanism of injury” to underpinning principles of trauma management as it relates to an immediate, emergency, and ward care • Provide evidence-based trauma nursing care within the context of the location of your practice and the resources available • Develop and extend primary assessment skills for a wide range of scenarios to improve short- and long-term patient outcomes • Confidently prioritize nursing actions when a complex range of trauma situations occur Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Why People Don’t Like to Be Managed! Management Skills Update in Health Care Seminar (Sep 17 - 18, 2020)
Sep 17 - 18, 2020 | CPD 10.45 | AUD $559.00 | Adelaide, South Australia
Why People Don’t Like to Be Managed! Management Skills Update in Health Care Seminar is organized by Ausmed Education Pty Ltd and will be held from Sep 17 - 18, 2020 at Lakes Resort Hotel, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. Accreditation: CPD: 10h 45m Why Attend? Many people don’t like to be managed. Others don’t mind. Why is this? Find out at this seminar and learn some interesting tips along the way - your job just might get easier! Includes: • Why people don’t like being managed • Getting the job done in spite of it all • Social bonds and emotional intelligence • People on show - hidden aspects of meetings • Ethics on show • Unpredictable management styles • Holding difficult conversations and much, much more… Need for Program: At various times in a person’s life, they may hate being managed. Although this is not always the case, there are clearly times when being managed and managing is very difficult. Management involves a raft of unique challenges that can change from hour to hour within the workplace. This places great emphasis on the skill set of managers to respond appropriately whilst also being mindful of their own limitations. Managers who are supported by regular skills updates as well as opportunities to bond with like-minded professionals are likely to have better outcomes with their teams and can create a workplace that promotes quality patient care with people who embrace management. Acquiring relevant and practical insights on the core behaviours of management are essential. As well, learning in an environment outside of the regular place of work provides many benefits. Purpose of Program: The purpose of this seminar is to provide a supportive learning environment for managers to gain insights, knowledge, and skills relating to their current managerial role. Learning Outcomes: • Apply principles and practices for management within a care context that is ethical and promotes patient safety and achieves organisational goals • Use a range of human resource management strategies to develop and maintain a practice environment that is supportive and encourages professional development for all team members • Balance management responsibilities within a planned decision framework that makes the best use of time to meet best patient outcomes and quality improvement standards • Learn strategies to attract and retain staff Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Sep 29 - Oct 01, 2020 | CPD 40 | USD $2,120.00 | Adelaide, South Australia
Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS) Course is organized by Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS) Australia and will be held from Sep 29 - Oct 01, 2020 at Education Development Centre, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. CPD Accreditation: Candidates who are members of RACGP & ACRRM may be eligible to receive 40 QI&CPD points for an Accredited Category 1 Activity. Course Description: The Advanced Paediatric Life Support course is widely recognised as the international gold standard in paediatric emergency training courses. Established in 1997 and taught throughout Australia, this comprehensive three-day course introduces the structured approach to the emergency management of ill and injured children. Course Outcomes: Candidates who complete the APLS course will issued a certificate of completion upon: • Fully attending the three-day course • Successfully completing all required course assessments • Successfully completing the required pre-course APLS online learning modules • APLS certificates are valid for five years from the date of issue. Course structure: The course covers the following themes: Life support • Basic life support • Advanced support of the airway and ventilation • Cardiac arrest management and defibrillation Diagnosis and management of the seriously ill child • Breathing difficulties • Shock • Abnormal pulse rate and rhythm • Decreased conscious level • Convulsing child Diagnosis and management of the seriously injured child • Chest injury • Abdominal injury • Head trauma • Spinal injury • Burns and scalds • Electrical injuries and drowning Practical procedures • Airway and breathing • Circulation • Trauma • Interpreting trauma X-rays • Stabilisation and transfer Further topics • Fluid and electrolyte management • Acid-base balance • Pain management • Septic child • Neurological assessment • Resuscitation of the baby at birth and more Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Oct 25 - 27, 2020 | Adelaide, South Australia
This conference has been POSTPONED TO OCTOBER 2021. The revised dates will be updated soon after they are confirmed. Australian Society of Cytology (ACS) 49th Annual Scientific & Business Meeting is organized by the Australian Society of Cytology (ACS) The conference is held from Oct 25 - 27, 2020 at Stamford Grand Adelaide Hotel, Glenelg, South Australia, Australia. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Nov 08 - 11, 2020 | Adelaide, South Australia
Safety 2020: 14th World Conference on Injury Prevention & Safety Promotion is organized by Public Health Association of Australia Inc. (PHAA) and will be held from Nov 08 - 11, 2020 at Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. The theme of this 14th World Conference "Innovation, Engagement, Action: for a safer future” suggests the need for a fresh perspective on how to prevent injuries and violence and respond to those who need care and treatment. Conference Topics: • Road safety • Falls prevention • Drowning prevention • Burns prevention • Poisoning prevention • Violence prevention • Suicide prevention • Concussion prevention • Disasters and injury prevention • Alcohol and other drugs • Indigenous peoples and safety • Child safety • Youth safety • Farm safety • Work safety • Safe communities • Systems approaches • Trauma care • Patient safety • Universal health coverage • Sustainable Development Goals and injury prevention • Sustainable and innovative funding for injury prevention • Programs and policies for injury prevention • Built environments and injury prevention • Legislation and standards for injury prevention Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Nov 09 - 10, 2020 | CPD Hours 12 | AUD $559.00 | Adelaide, South Australia
Managing Cardiovascular Dysfunction in the Clinical Setting Seminar is organized by Ausmed Education Pty Ltd and will be held from Nov 09 - 10, 2020 at Lakes Resort Hotel, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. Accreditation: CPD: 12h Why Attend? Cardiac disease and dysfunctions are a major killer of humans. Because so much new evidence that relates to cardiac health is coming to the fore, it is essential that nurses, who are often on the frontline of care, have access to up-to-date information about best practices, appropriate skills and treatment goals. This seminar is designed for nurses working in all areas of healthcare, as patients may present with cardiovascular dysfunction as their main complaint or as an unknown or underlying comorbid condition. Description: Two-Day Seminar: Shock, Valvular Disease, Permanent and Temporary Pacemakers, Endocarditis, Acute Coronary Syndrome, and Heart Failure Need for Program: All nurses working in a wide variety of settings, particularly in acute care, will encounter patients with cardiovascular dysfunction. There is a need to stay up-to-date on the assessment, pathophysiology and evidence-based nursing actions relating to cardiovascular dysfunction to improve patient outcomes. Purpose of Program: Improve patient outcomes for people who present with cardiovascular dysfunction through assessment, understanding of relevant pathophysiology and appropriate evidence-based nursing actions. Learning Outcomes: • Review the cardiovascular system • Apply current evidence in the assessment and management of a range of cardiovascular dysfunctions to patients in your setting • Analyse clinical assessment findings, determine their significance and relate them to the pathophysiological processes occurring in the patient • Enhance the depth of clinical assessment and appropriateness of interventions through updates on cardiac conditions Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.