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Aug 29 - 30, 2019 | CPD Hours 12.00 | AUD $540 | West Lakes, South Australia
Respiratory Nursing Seminar is organized by Ausmed Education Pty Ltd and will be held from Aug 29 - 30, 2019 at Lakes Hotel, West Lakes, South Australia, Australia. The target audience for this medical event is relevant to all nurses who care for people with respiratory disease. This Conference has been approved for a maximum of 12.00 CPD Hours. Overview: Dyspnoea can be distressing for the person and respiratory failure is frightening. Respiratory disease is prevalent in our society and most nurses will care for people with lung problems or respiratory. Attend this program and get up to date on: • 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 Need for Program: Respiratory symptoms are common and nearly a third of Australians live with a chronic respiratory condition. In 2011, more than half a million deaths were related to COPD alone. Most nurses will care for people with these conditions and effective evidence-based management can change the course of their recovery, symptom impact, quality of life and even survival. Purpose of Program: The purpose of this seminar is to enable you to apply evidence-based knowledge and skills to your nursing practice with people with respiratory disease. Learning Outcomes: • Conduct a comprehensive respiratory assessment based on knowledge of anatomy and physiology • Differentiate between a range of common acute and chronic respiratory signs and symptoms • Translate evidence-based management principles to nursing interventions of common respiratory illness • Alleviate respiratory distress by direct interventions and providing education to enable self-management
Dec 09 - 10, 2019 | CPD 11.00 | USD $540 | West Lakes, South Australia
Personal Care Attendants (PCAs) / Assistants in Nursing (AINs) Aged Care Seminar is organized by Ausmed Education Pty Ltd and will be held from Dec 09 - 10, 2019 at Lakes Resort Hotel, West Lakes, South Australia, Australia. CPD Hours: 11 Hours.0 Min Conference Overview: Personal Care Attendants (PCA), Assistants in Nursing (AIN), and other carers in aged care are crucial to the wellbeing of older people. Attend this seminar and improve your understanding of: • How pressure ulcers develop and how to prevent them • Why skin is an important measure of health • Why deterioration occurs and what to do • Why falls happen, their consequences, and how to prevent them • Feeding and nutrition • Talking appropriately with residents and relatives • Elder abuse Need for Program: PCAs, AINs, and other carers now represent the main workforce in aged care. The increasing complexity of the special needs of older adults is resulting in a greater demand for more comprehensive quality care. Today’s aged care workforce demands caregivers to have fitting and high calibre skills and knowledge to ensure the wellbeing of this vulnerable population. Purpose of Program: The purpose of this seminar is to provide PCAs, AINs, and other carers who work in residential and community aged care with new knowledge and skills relating to the comprehensive care of older adults. Learning Outcomes: At the conclusion of this program it is expected that the participants will be able to: • Older adults whose condition is deteriorating will be rapidly identified and the appropriate action initiated. • Meaningful conversations between residents, relatives and staff will be enhanced. • Pressure injuries in older adults will be prevented as a result of improved knowledge of skin health. • Residents requiring assistance with feeding will be properly nourished to maintain their wellbeing.