Other Events

21 May 2019, The Military Experience and Mental Health: Understanding the nexus - Online

The Department of Veterans’ Affairs Provider News has published an article, ‘Free professional development webinars’. The article invites your members to register now to attend this webinar in the DVA series about mental health and the military experience. 

Kylie Cave  

Program Officer – Sector Engagement, Provider Strategy & Engagement Branch

Department of Veterans' Affairs | GPO Box 9998, Brisbane QLD 4001, P (07) 3223 8836 | Int ext 470836 | E Kylie.Cave@dva.gov.au

 

4 June 2019, Comorbid Mental Health Conditions in Veterans: Strategies for assessment, case formulation and treatment - Online

The Department of Veterans’ Affairs Provider News has published an article, ‘Free professional development webinars’. The article invites your members to register now to attend this webinar in the DVA series about mental health and the military experience. 

Kylie Cave  

Program Officer – Sector Engagement, Provider Strategy & Engagement Branch

Department of Veterans' Affairs | GPO Box 9998, Brisbane QLD 4001, P (07) 3223 8836 | Int ext 470836 | E Kylie.Cave@dva.gov.au

 

28 June, Transition to Practice Program via email applicaiton

Do you remember your first job in primary health care? Did you feel isolated, unsupported, overwhelmed?

You can make a difference to a whole new generation of nurses by supporting their transition into primary health care. APNA’s Transition to Practice Program is a 12-month education, support and mentoring program for nurses new to primary health care, and we’re looking for experienced primary health care nurses to apply to be mentors.

In this role, you will draw from all your skills – organisational, communication, interpersonal, negotiation and conflict resolution. You will build leadership and professional recognition as well as increase your already impressive clinical expertise and knowledge of primary health care. 

We are inviting engaged, motivated and committed nurses with 4+ years’ experience in primary health care to become clinical and professional mentors in a 12-month Transition to Practice Program. Remuneration is provided to complete training and work with mentees. 

Applications are open now until Friday 28 June.

Don’t let this opportunity be the one that got away, find out more at www.apna.asn.au/transitiontopractice  (Flyer for use) The Transition to Practice Program has been funded by the Australian Government Department of Health

 

8-9 August  2019, Annual Stillbirth Forum, Brisbane, QLD

We warmly invite you to attend the 2019 Stillbirth CRE Annual Forum on Thursday and Friday, 8-9 August. The workshop provides an opportunity to share the latest research findings and initiatives to reduce stillbirth and improve care for women and families after stillbirth. It will also provide an opportunity to refine future priorities for the Stillbirth Centre of Research Excellence.  Travel Scholarships available

The Centre of Research Excellence in Stillbirth (Stillbirth CRE) and the Australian College of Midwives (ACM) are offering two Travel Fellowships of up to $1,000.  Click here for more information or to Register.

 

30 August 2019, The Centre for Palliative Care Research and Education - Brisbane, Qld

Topic - To promote best practice principles for care of people with a life-limiting condition, their families and communities

CPCRE Flyer

To register your interest contact: kym.griffin@health.qld.gov.au