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Clinical Education and Simulation Services Upcoming Educational Opportunities Updated 17 April 2019


Comprehensive care at the End-of-Life About

Comprehensive care at end of life workshop aims to prepare participants to care for patients at the end of life, their carers and families using a shared decision-making approach, within an interdisciplinary team. End of life care relates to when a patient / resident is likely to die in the medium term (within 12 months) or short term (within days to weeks)

Audience

Nursing and Allied Health

Duration

4 hours

Learning Objectives

Introduce the Essential elements for safe and high-quality end of life care consistent with NSQHS Standard 5 - Comprehensive Care at the end of life - Actions 5.9, 5.15 - 20

Discuss end of life definitions, legislative frameworks and advance care planning documents

Identify patients at end of life using the “surprise” question and QH ACP clinical guidelines

Introduce “end of life essentials” online education resources and other useful tools

Outline how to access specialist palliative care advice for complex care needs

Discuss self-care, reflective practice, peer support and supervision when providing end of life care

Delivery

Face to face and videoconference / Dial in 834641 - pre-booking is essential

Facilitator

THHS ACP facilitator and Guest speakers - Palliative Care specialists (medical, nursing and allied health)

NSQHS StandardS

DATE

TIME

Monday 8 April

0800 - 1200

Thursday 18 April

0800 - 1200

nd

Thursday 2 May

0800 - 1200

Thursday 16 May

0800 - 1200

Thursday 23 May

0800 - 1200

Monday 3 June

0800 - 1200

Thursday 13 June

0800 - 1200

Contact: acp-tsv@health.qld.gov.au

Townsville Hospital and Health Service

VENUE

BHP Education room Level 1, Palliative Care Centre The Townsville Hospital

Ph 4433 4839


Conversations at the End-of-Life About

This communication skills training course aims to equip nursing and allied health staff with the communication skills to provide care and support patients at the end-of-life.

Audience

Nursing and Allied Health

Duration

90 minutes

Learning Objectives

Demonstrates active listening and empathetic responses towards a patient at end of life

Explores a patients wishes, values and priorities at the end-of-life.

Empowers and supports patients to discuss advance care planning with family and doctors

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Facilitated discussion prior and post education Simulation-based education

Program Outline Facilitator Note

Senior Clinical and Nursing Staff Maximum 12 staff Participants will be divided into groups for role play.

NSQHS Standards

DATE

TIME

Monday 15 April

0730 - 0900

Monday 15 April

0930 - 1100

Friday 26 April

0730 - 0900

Friday 26 April

0930 - 1100

Friday 26 April

1130 – 1300

Friday 3 May

0730 – 0900

Friday 3 May

0930 - 1100

VENUE

Clinical Simulation Centre, Plant Level, Acute Care Block

Contact Us: ClinicalSimulationCentre@health.qld.gov.au or Phone 4433 2853

Townsville Hospital and Health Service


Townsville Palliative Care Study Day DATE:

Friday 24th May, 2018

VENUE: Robert Douglas Auditorium, Townsville Hospital, 100 Angus Smith Drive, Douglas TIME:

7:45 am – free registration Speakers from approx. 8 am to 4pm

PROPOSED TOPICS: PATIENT CHOICES HOW TO DIAGNOSE DYING IN A DEMENTIA PATIENT CREATING ENDURING MEMORIES CARING FOR THE DYING PATIENT AT HOME PROVIDING END-OF-LIFE CARE FOR TERMINALLY ILL PATIENT WITH DIABETES CALCIPHYLAXIS IN ADVANCED CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PLUS MUCH MORE

ONLINE REGISTRATION HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/townsvillepalliative-care-study-day-2019-tickets-58769934456 REGISTRATIONS CLOSE: Monday 13 May 2019 For more information about CPCRE and PEPA contact: Aurora Hodges, PEPA Queensland Manager, Centre for Palliative Care Research & Education Phone: 07 3646 6216

Email: pepaqld@health.qld.gov.au

For more information about the Townsville Palliative care team contact: Glynnis James, Clinical Nurse Consultant Phone: 07 4433 3236 or 4433 4240

Email: glynnis.james@health.qld.gov.au

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are warned that this workshop may contain images, names and voices of deceased persons.

Disclaimer For promotional purposes, photographs may be taken. Your registration constitutes permission for the Centre for Palliative Care Research and Education to use your picture in promotional materials. Please contact CPCRE if you would like to discuss this further.


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Health Professionals 2-day ARF/RHD workshop by RHD Program Queensland

Drs, RNs and Allied Health: Learn all about acute rheumatic fever (ARF) and rheumatic heart disease (RHD) from top specialis in the feld About this Event

Thu., 02/05/2019, 8:00 am – Fri., 03/05/2019, 5:00 pm AEST

Free Register Register

Subjects and speakers include:

Date And Time

Location

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Health Professionals 2-day

Activities of the RHD Program QLD Management of RHD in adults and during pregnancy - Dr Steven Sutcliffe, Cardiologist Diagnosis and management of paediatric cases, Echocardiograms, RHD requiring surgery - Dr Ben Reeves, Paediatric Cardiologist What triggers ARF - Professor Nathkunam Ketheesan Dental care and RHD - Philip Boxsell, Dentist Bicillin injections; reducing pain, increasing compliance - Miranda Campbell, OT Bicillin injection techniques - RHD CNCs

Rydges Plaza Cairns 50 Grafton Street Cairns City, QLD 4870 View Map

Strep Vaccine development and trials Professor Michael Good Specialist outreach services - Dr Josh Hanson, physician A complete agenda will be emailed prior The Rydges Plaza Cairns offers discounted accommodation rates to the attendees. Just mention this workshop at the time of booking.

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THHS ENROLLED NURSE WORKSHOP - 2019 DATE

Friday 10th May 2019

TIME*

08:00 – 16:30 *Registration commences at 07:30

VENUE*

Robert Douglas Auditorium *A coat maybe required

COST

Nil

CATERING

Morning & Afternoon tea and coffee available. Bring/buy your own lunch

REGISTRATION REQUIRED*

*A booking form is required & available from the following site: https://qheps.health.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0033/467808/course-booking-form.pdf

Email: THHS-PNMS-Education@health.qld.gov.au Phone: 4433 2853 ENQUIRIES

Contact Clinical Education Services Email: THHS-PNMS-Education@health.qld.gov.au Programme on next page


EN WORKSHOP FRIDAY 10TH MAY PROGRAMME Time

Presenter

THHS Position

Topic

0800-0815

Marlene Saunders

Nurse Educator Clinical Education Services

Welcome

0815-0830

Judy Morton

Executive Director, Nursing and Midwifery

Hello from the EDNM

0830-0900

Clare Healy

Registered Nurse

The EN to RN career path – what’s it like?

0900-0945

Dr Daniel Carrol

Staff Specialist, Paediatric Surgery

Paediatric burns – how are they managed?

0945-1015

Morning Tea

1015-1100

Ross Nichols

Nursing Director, Mental Health Services Group Management

De-mystifying Mental Health - Supporting recovery and wellbeing

1100-1145

Sandra Burton

Nurse Unit Manager Medical 5, Geriatrics, THHS

Learn how to respond effectively to difficult or challenging behaviour of a patient with dementia

1145-1215

Denise Sticklen

Nurse Unit Manager, Offender Health Service

Behind the Bars - Nursing People in Prisons

1215-1300

Lunch

1300-1330

David Humphries

Medical Officer, Emergency Registrar

4 electrolytes you need to know about

1330-1400

Kadell Fotinos

Forensic Nurse Examiner, Clinical Forensic Medicine Unit

What does a forensic nurse do?

1400-1430

Dr Robert Norton Microbiologist

Clinical Microbiologist and Director of Microbiology

14:30-1515

Catherine Betcher

Nurse Educator Clinical Education Services

Melioidosis - The devastating Townsville floods have receded but the clean-up is being complicated by the appearance of a serious bacterial infection known as melioidosis. How to ace that job interview Tips and tricks

1515-1530

Marlene Saunders

Close


Office of the Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer 2019 Grand Rounds Video-conference Schedule Grand rounds are an established and important mechanism for sharing and discussing knowledge, awareness and experience of clinical resource management practices, processes and tools and to impart knowledge relating to current policies and initiatives. Nursing and midwifery ground rounds within Queensland Health are an opportunity to share current information on a range of nursing and midwifery trends and issues. The Office of the Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer (OCNMO) coordinate grand rounds to ensure information and knowledge are disseminated primarily to nursing and midwifery staff. The schedule is coordinated by the Nursing Directors within OCNMO, with presentations arranged for the third Wednesday of every month from 12:00 – 1:00PM.

Date 17 April 2019

Topic Queensland Youth Cancer Services – Angela Loynd

TTH Location Wenlock Room A & B

Program Workforce Sustainability

Oncology Annex – Ground Floor 15 May 2019

Innovation Fund: Midwifery Continuity of Care Costing Tool, Dr Roslyn DonnellanFernandez, Director Primary Maternity Care Programs, Griffith Uni

EG 8109 pathology Meeting Room 2

Nursing and Midwifery

19 June 2019

To Be Confirmed

Wenlock Room A & B

Practice Innovation

Oncology Annex – Ground Floor 17 July 2019

To Be Confirmed

Wenlock Room A & B

Professional Capability

Oncology Annex – Ground Floor 21 Aug 2019

18 Sept 2019

Transforming Maternity Care Collaborative, Professor Jenny Gamble, Professor of Midwifery, Griffith University

Wenlock Room A & B

Innovation Fund

Wenlock Room A & B

Oncology Annex – Ground Floor

Oncology Annex – Ground Floor 16 Oct 2019

To Be Confirmed

Midwifery

Wenlock Room A & B

Nursing and Midwifery Excellence - Innovation Fund Practice Innovation

Oncology Annex – Ground Floor 20 Nov 2019

To Be Confirmed

Wenlock Room A & B

Professional Capability

Oncology Annex – Ground Floor 18 Dec 2019

To Be Confirmed

Wenlock Room A & B

Workforce Sustainability

Oncology Annex – Ground Floor NOTE: The above program is subject to change. Please access the OCNMO Website to confirm topic & time or alternatively contact Chief Nursing and Midwifery office via email or (07) 3328 9341. The videoconference locations is managed by the Clinical Education Service, The Townsville Hospital.


Paediatric Roadshow SWIM Project (supported by the Office of the Chief Nurse and Midwifery Officer) Children’s Health Queensland, with the support of the Office of the Chief Nurse and Midwifery Officer, is offering paediatric learning to Nurses and Midwives across Queensland through a series of roadshows. We’re bringing paediatric learning to you! The content of the paediatric roadshows has been developed in consultation with nurses state-wide to help meet the needs of each health service. The Roadshows will be delivered by Paediatric Nurse Educators, Specialty Paediatric Clinical Nurse Consultants and an Emergency SMO from the Queensland Children’s Hospital. Topics to be covered at the roadshows include: • • • • • • • • •

Communication Paediatric assessment Anatomy and Physiology Respiratory Fever Seizures Sepsis Allergy and anaphylaxis Panel Discussion

Who is eligible to attend? A Nurse or Midwife from a Health Service within Queensland who cares for paediatric patients as part of their role. The participant must have support from their line manager and Nursing Director to attend. The SWIM (Strength with Immersion Model) Project will support travel and accommodation (where applicable) for eligible staff.


2019 Roadshow dates Date

Location

Wednesday, 20 February

Bundaberg

Tuesday, 26 February

Mackay

Wednesday, 13 March

Roma

Tuesday, 19 March

Mt Isa

Monday, 15 April

Rockhampton

Monday, 13 May

Cairns

Tuesday, 21 May

Hervey Bay

Wednesday, 19 June

Townsville

More information To register to attend a roadshow near you visit the SWIM web page: www.childrens.health.qld.gov.au/chq/work-for-us/nursing-jobs-careers/swim/ Contact the SWIM project team: ▪ ▪ ▪

Patricia Samuels, Nurse Educator Jodie Arthur, Clinical Practice Facilitator Alexandra Catolico, Project Support Officer

Tel: 3068 4600 or 3068 4601 Email: CHQ_CPFNursingSupport@health.qld.gov.au


Scope of Practice Education About

Scope of Practice In-service Education Sessions - various

Audience

Nursing and Midwifery staff

Duration

The sessions can be tailored to the clinical area’s in- service time schedule (e.g. 30 – 60 min)

Learning Objectives

For nurses and midwives to understand how their professional knowledge compliments their clinical knowledge, skills and clinical decision making

Program Outline

The sessions are tailored to meet key points of each topic within an in-service time frame.

Facilitator

Marlene Saunders, Nurse Educator, Clinical Education Services

Note

Sessions to be booked by appointment with Marlene Saunders, Nurse Educator, Clinical Education ServicesTHHS-PNMS-Education@health.qld.gov.au

Delivery

Face to face in work unit

NSQHS Standards

TOPIC 1 Clinical Delegation & Decision Making 2 Clinical Supervision for Nurses and Midwives 3 Do you really know who regulates your practice? 4 Scope of Practice – What does it really mean? 5 Unregulated Health Care Workers – Who are they and what can they do? 7 Developing your CPD Record & Professional Portfolio* 8 Professional Boundaries for Nurses*

* These sessions are also available as a classroom session – information available within this catalogue

Contact Us:

Web: https://qheps.health.qld.gov.au/tville/nursing/skills-training/index

Phone: 4433 2568

Email: THHS-PNMS-Education@health.qld.gov.au

Townsville Hospital and Health Service


Clinical Education Services – Course vacancies Clinical Assessment and Documentation – self enrol in LOL 0900 – 1230

Monday 27th May

3 x vacancies

0900 – 1230

Thursday 27 June

6 x vacancies

0900 – 1230

Tuesday 16th July

5 x vacancies

th

Clinical Partnership Training – self enrol in LOL 0730 – 1100

Thursday 4th April

12 x vacancies

1200 – 1530

Thursday 4th April

16 x vacancies

0730 – 1100

Wednesday 8th May

17 x vacancies

1200 – 1530

Wednesday 8th May

18 x vacancies

Critical Thinking Skills for Nurses and Midwives 1300 – 1500 1300 – 1500

Thursday 17th April th

Wednesday 26 June

15 x vacancies 20 x vacancies

Developing your CPD Record and Professional Portfolio 1100 – 1200

Wednesday 27th March

20 x vacancies

1200 – 1300

Wednesday 19th June

20 x vacancies

1400 – 1500

th

Tuesday 20 August

20 x vacancies

Diabetes Mellitus Resource Nurse Seminar 0800 – 1630 0800 – 1630

Thursday 30th May th

Thursday 28 November

20 x vacancies 30 x vacancies


Clinical Education Services – Course vacancies ECG Interpretation – self enrol in LOL Basic

1300 – 1400 Tuesday 2nd April 1000 – 1100 Wednesday 5th June 1300 – 1400 Wednesday 7th August

9 x vacancies 9 x vacancies 7 x vacancies

Intermediate

1000 – 1100 Wednesday 28th March 1000 – 1100 Thursday 24th May 1300 – 1400 Thursday 24th October

2 x vacancies 6 x vacancies 2 x vacancies

Advanced

1000 – 1100 Wednesday 19th June 1300 – 1400 Tuesday 19th November

2 x vacancies 1 x vacancies

How to ACE that Interview 1100 – 1200 1400 – 1500

Tuesday 9th April Wednesday 29th May

10 x vacancies 14 x vacancies

Resume and Cover Letter Writing 1000 – 1100 1300 – 1400

Tuesday 9th April Wednesday 29th May

10 x vacancies 14 x vacancies

Professional Boundaries for Nurses 1400 – 1530 1400 – 1530

Thursday 13th June Thursday 12th September

14 x vacancies 14 x vacancies

Shift Coordinator Workshop 0800 – 1200 0800 – 1200 0800 – 1200

Wednesday 15th May Thursday 15th August Tuesday 19th November

Contact us: Clinical Education Services 4433 2853

8 x vacancies 21 x vacancies 24 x vacancies


Clinical Simulation Centre Course Vacancies CVAD – Central Venous Access Device 1300 – 1500

Monday 19th August

2 x vacancies

0800 – 1000

Monday 16 September

2 x vacancies

1300 – 1500

Thursday 3rd October

4 x vacancies

0800 – 1000

Monday 14th October

4 x vacancies

th

1300 – 1500

Thursday 24 October

4 x vacancies

1300 – 1500

Friday 8th November

4 x vacancies

1300 – 1500

Wednesday 20th November

4 x vacancies

th

PAaI - Peripheral Access and Insertion 0800 – 1100

Wednesday 24th April

2 x vacancies

0800 – 1100

th

Monday 5 August

3 x vacancies

0800 – 1100

Thursday 19th September

5 x vacancies

0800 – 1100

Friday 11th October

8 x vacancies

0800 – 1100

Wednesday 6 November

8 x vacancies

0800 – 1100

Monday 9th December

8 vacancies

th

ELS - Essential Life Support 0800 – 1200

Wednesday 8th May

5 x nurse vacancies

0800 – 1200

Thursday 6th June

3 x nurse vacancies

0800 – 1200

Friday 7th June

4 x nurse vacancies

0800 – 1200

Tuesday 2 July

5 x nurse vacancies

0800 – 1200

Wednesday 3rd July

5 x nurse vacancies

nd

Clinical Simulation Centre: https://qheps.health.qld.gov.au/tville/nursing/skills-training/index Phone 4433 2853

Fax 4433 1590

Email: ClinicalSimulationCentre@health.qld.gov.au


OPTIMUS Core 0800 – 1200

Thursday 22nd August

1 x nurse vacancies 4 x medical vacancies

0800 – 1200

Friday 20th September

1 x nurse vacancies 4 x medical vacancies

0800 – 1200

Thursday 17 October

1 x nurse vacancies 4 x medical vacancies

1200 – 1600

Monday 18th November

1 x nurse vacancies 4 x medical vacancies

0800 – 1200

Friday 13th December

1 x nurse vacancies 4 x medical vacancies

th

Basic Life Support Resource Coordinator 0730 – 1530

Monday 20th May 2019

0730 – 1530

th

Monday 4 November 2019

10 x vacancies 14 x vacancies

Basic Life Support Assessor update 1300 – 1500

Thursday 25th July

2 x vacancies

1300 – 1500

Wednesday 28th August

8 x vacancies

1300 – 1500

Wednesday 23rd October

12 x vacancies

1300 – 1500

th

12 x vacancies

Tuesday 10 December

BLS Assessor Course 1300 – 1500

Wednesday 5th June

1300 – 1500

th

Wednesday 7 August

7 x vacancies 12 x vacancies

BLS – Basic Life Support Assessment (must have completed the online component) 1400 – 1500

Friday 21st June

10 x vacancies

1400 – 1500

Thursday 4th July

10 x vacancies

0800 – 0900

Thursday 25th July

10 x vacancies

1400 – 1500

Tuesday 30th July

10 x vacancies

0800 – 1000

Friday 16th August

7 x vacancies

0800 – 1000

Wednesday 20th November

8 x vacancies

Venipuncture

Clinical Simulation Centre: https://qheps.health.qld.gov.au/tville/nursing/skills-training/index Phone 4433 2853

Fax 4433 1590

Email: ClinicalSimulationCentre@health.qld.gov.au


RSQ Education Support Team

In-Service Series

In-Service Schedule 4th May – 12th May 2019 The RSQ Education Support Team (RSQest) are offering a series of in-services with rotating topics using videoconferencing. Any staff welcome throughout the HHS. Dial in using the details listed below.

Date

Sessions Offered

Saturday 4th May 2019

Chest Trauma (40mins)

10:30

Paediatric Sepsis (40mins)

14:30

Basic ECG Interpretation (40mins)

10:30

Triage (Introduction for rural and remote clinicians- 2 hours)

12:30

Procedural sedation and recovery of the patient in ED (35mins)

10:30

Envenomation – Snake (45mins)

14:30

Adult Sepsis (40mins)

10:30

Drowning and submersion (30mins)

14:30

Wednesday 8th May 2019

Friday 10th May 2019

Sunday 12th May 2019

Times

As RSQest will be travelling to provide workshops during May, our VC inservice schedule is minimal, however we can still be contacted via email and phone. Video Conference Details (Please organise VC equipment locally) Qld Health Telehealth Dial Code:

400891

Want to connect from your mobile device?

download Pexip and add in this address: 400891@telehealth.health.qld.gov.au

At home and want to connect from your

Go to: https://telehealth.health.qld.gov.au

laptop/computer? (needs internet, a webcam & microphone or headset)

Enter the dial in number with: 400891 and enter your name and it will connect you to the room. You can check your settings on this front page – please enable video and microphone so we can interact with you.

Send attendance forms to RSQeducationsupport@health.qld.gov.au

Retrieval Services Queensland Education Support Team RSQeducationsupport@health.qld.gov.au Phone: 0459 894 994 Available - 7 days/week


RSQ Education Support Team

In-Service Series

In-Service Schedule 13th May – 19th May 2019 The RSQ Education Support Team (RSQest) are offering a series of in-services with rotating topics using videoconferencing. Any staff welcome throughout the HHS. Dial in using the details listed below.

Date

Sessions Offered

Monday 13th May 2019

Hanging and Strangulation (30mins)

14:30

Wednesday 15th May 2019

Anaphlyaxis and Severe Allergic Reaction (30 mins)

10:30

Traumatic Eye Injuries (40mins)

14:30

Escalation for patient safety (30mins)

10:30

Rapid Sequence Induction (30mins)

14:30

Thursday 16th May 2019

Times

As RSQest will be travelling to provide workshops during May, our VC inservice schedule is minimal, however we can still be contacted via email and phone. Video Conference Details (Please organise VC equipment locally) Qld Health Telehealth Dial Code:

400891

Want to connect from your mobile device?

download Pexip and add in this address: 400891@telehealth.health.qld.gov.au

At home and want to connect from your

Go to: https://telehealth.health.qld.gov.au

laptop/computer? (needs internet, a webcam & microphone or headset)

Enter the dial in number with: 400891 and enter your name and it will connect you to the room. You can check your settings on this front page – please enable video and microphone so we can interact with you.

Send attendance forms to RSQeducationsupport@health.qld.gov.au

Retrieval Services Queensland Education Support Team RSQeducationsupport@health.qld.gov.au Phone: 0459 894 994 Available - 7 days/week


BLENDED

Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support

Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support PHTLS is a two-day multidisciplinary course designed to increase knowledge and skills in handling trauma patients and delivering critical care in frontline pre-hospital trauma care. You will learn how to: • identify the mechanism of injury • interpret signs and symptoms • recognise life threatening injuries • perform appropriate interventions • identify a trauma patient with multiple injuries.

PHTLS

Venue: Townsville Hospital, JCU Clinical School Dates: 23 - 24 March 15 - 16 June 24 - 25 August 19 - 20 October 7 - 8 December csds.qld.edu.au (07) 3646 6500


CONFERENCE PROGRAM (as at 12 February 2019)

PROGRAM Day One – Thursday 2nd May 2019 8.00am

Conference Registration

Session 1

Plenary

8.45am – 10.05am Location: The Arena

8.45am

Welcome to Country

9.00am

Conference Opening

9.20am

Professor Dame Nicky Cullum, Professor of Nursing and Head of the Division of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work, University of Manchester, UK Sponsored by: Hunter New England Nursing and Midwifery Research Centre

10.05am – 10.35am

Morning Tea

Session 2

Concurrent

10.35am – 12.35pm

2A: Innovative Healthcare

2B: Values & Culture

2C: Knowledge Translation

Location 10.35am – 10.55am

The Arena Improving Adult Inpatient Hypoglycaemia Management Julie Droguett, Central Coast Local Health District

The Extra Value Conflicts and the Need for Shared Decision Making in the Support of Stroke Couples: An Interpretive Descriptive Study Sheena Ramazanu, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

The Vivid Building Capacity of Nurses and Midwives to Promote Perinatal Oral Health Ajesh George, Western Sydney University & Tanya Schinkewitsch, Centre for Oral Health Strategy

5 minutes 11.00am – 11.20am

Changeover HOMe-based HEart Failure Self-Management Programme Study (The HOM-HEMP Study): A Randomized Controlled Trial Wang Wenru, National University of Singapore

Changeover Workplace Culture in Midwifery Christine Catling, University of Technology Sydney

Changeover Understanding Behavioural Insights in the Organisational Training Space – Alternatives to Mandatory Training Nina Lord, Health Education and Training Institute

5 minutes

Changeover

Changeover

Changeover


2A Continued A Bundled Intervention to Reduce Surgical Site Infections Post Caesarean Section. Michelle Bolte, Tamworth Rural Referral Hospital

2B Continued Moving Teams Forward Jenni McGee, Western NSW Local Health District

2C Continued Assessment, Advice and Referral for Gestational Weight Gain During Antenatal Care Jenna Hollis, Hunter New England Population Health

5 minutes 11.50am – 12.10pm

Changeover Mind The Gap-Radical Prostatectomy Community Based Follow Up Mary Kelly, Central Coast Local Health District

Changeover Why Don’t Nurses Talk About Sex During Pregnancy? A PNG Perspective Estherk Koski, Pacific Adventist University

Changeover Conceptualizations of Subjective Recovery from Recent Onset Psychosis and Its Associated Factors: A Systematic Review Worku Animaw Temesgen, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

5 minutes 12.15pm – 12.35pm

Changeover The Impacts of Meditation Upon Maternal Mental Health Angela Rees, University of Newcastle

Changeover Patient Communication Simulators and the Development of Empathy in Undergraduate Nursing Students Michelle Guilhermino & Pauletta Irwin, University of Newcastle

Changeover Patient Safety Insights of New Graduate Registered Nurses During Transition to Practice Melanie Murray, Murdoch University

11.25am – 11.45am

12.35pm – 1.30pm

Lunch & Poster Session

Session 3

Plenary

1.30pm – 2.15pm Location: The Arena

1.30pm

Platinum Sponsor Address: “Hunter New England Local Health District”

1.35pm – 2.20pm

Ms Sandy Eagar, NSW Refugee Health Service

Session 4

Concurrent

2.25pm – 3.35 pm

4A: Innovative Healthcare The Arena

4B: Leadership The Extra

4C: Knowledge Translation The Vivid

2.25pm – 2.45pm

Connecting Corrections: Utilising Telehealth for Specialist Follow-up Care for Custodial Patients Robyn Lloyd, Justice Health & Forensic Mental Health Network

Building a Safety Culture After Hours Sally Milson-Hawke, John Hunter Hospital

Finding a Life Without Domestic Violence: A Mixed Methods Study Lyn Francis & Virginia Stulz, Western Sydney University

5 minutes 2.50pm – 3.10pm

Changeover Journey Home: The Evidence Tells the Story Kylie Key, Hunter New England Local Health District

Changeover Clinical Nurse and Midwife Consultants – Developing Current and Future Leaders. Denise Edgar, Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District

Changeover Triage. It's Just a Number Right? Samantha Elliott, Far West Local Health District

Location


5 minutes 3.15pm – 3.35pm

4A Continued Changeover From Patient to Expert: Involving Consumers in the Education of Health Professionals for Mental Health Practice – an International Study. Brenda Happell, University of Newcastle

4B Continued Changeover Mental Health Well-being of New Graduate Nurses and Midwives Doreen Holm, Hunter New England Local Health District

3.35pm – 4.05pm

Afternoon Tea

Session 5

Concurrent

4C Continued Changeover New Parent Groups Explored: Mothers’ and Child and Family Health Nurses’ Perspectives Louise Wightman, Hunter New England Local Health District

4.05pm – 5.15pm

5A: Innovative Healthcare

5B: Values & Culture

5C: Quality & Safety

Location 4.05pm – 4.25pm

The Arena Assessing Triage Accuracy and Consistency: Development and Testing of an Online System Wayne Varndell, Prince of Wales Hospital

The Extra Polio Outbreak Response in Papua New Guinea and How This Impacts Us Sophie Carey, HNE Population Health

The Vivid Identifying the Essential Technical and Non-technical Skills Required by Graduate Nurses Tracy Levett - Jones, University of Technology Sydney

5 minutes 4.30pm – 4.50pm

Changeover Web-based Clinical Pedagogy Program to Enhance Nurse Preceptors’ Teaching Competency Vivien Wu, National University of Singapore

Changeover First Year Clinical Placement’s Influence on Student Nurses’ Attitude to Older People Lynette Bowen, University of Newcastle & Debbie Deasey, Port Macquarie Base Hospital

Changeover Antenatal Care for Alcohol Consumption: Pregnant Women’s Receipt and Acceptability of Care Emma Doherty, Hunter New England Local Health District

5 minutes 4.55pm5.15pm

Changeover The Experiences of RN Facilitators in Promoting Advance Care Planning Uptake Among People with Chronic Diseases Sarah Jeong, University of Newcastle, Kim Harper & Vanessa Guest, Hunter New England Local Health District

Changeover Improving the Antenatal Oral Health of Aboriginal Pregnant Women—A Community-driven Model Ariana Villarosa, Western Sydney University

Changeover The Impact of Transferring Non-Urgent IV Cannulation from Medical to Nursing Staff Pauline Dobson, John Hunter Hospital

5.15pm

Close of Day One

5.15pm – 7.00pm

Welcome Reception Trade Display Area, NEX


PROGRAM Day Two – Friday 3rd May 2019 8.00am

Registration (for 1 Day delegates)

Session 6

Plenary

8.30am – 9.30am Location: The Arena

8.30am

Welcome to Day 2

8.35am

Platinum Sponsor Address: “University of New England”

8.40am

Mr Luke Escombe, Award-winning musician, writer, comedian and health advocate

9.25am

Platinum Sponsor Address: “Central Coast Local Health District”

9.30am – 10.00am

Morning Tea

Session 7

Plenary

10.00am

Platinum Sponsor Address: “The University of Newcastle”

10.05am

Professor Jennifer Fenwick, Professor of Midwifery, Adjunct Griffith University

Session 8

Concurrent

10.00am – 10.45am Location: The Arena

10.55am – 12.05pm

8A: Innovative Healthcare

8B: Values & Culture

8C: Quality & Safety

Location 10.55am – 11.15am

The Arena Application of Augmented Reality to Present Health Information for New Type II Diabetic Patients Jaratdao Suwanabroma, Siam University

The Extra Exploring the Student Midwife Experience (ESME) Using Appreciative Inquiry. Karen McLaughlin, Hunter New England Local Health District

The Vivid Getting the Stockings Right! Joanne McLoughlin, Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District

5 minutes

Changeover Excellence in Care – Applying an Internal Coaching Model to Inpatient Falls Prevention Michael Fahy, Hunter New England Local Health District

Changeover Virtual Empathy Museum: A Unique Approach for Improving Healthcare Graduates’ Empathy Skills Tracy Levett-Jones, University of Technology Sydney

Changeover The Conceptual Models and Scales for Measuring Quality Mental Health Services: A Consumer Perspective Eric Badu, University of Newcastle

Changeover A Middle-Range Theory for Developing Clinical Reasoning Skills In Undergraduate Midwifery Students Olivia Baloyi, University of Kwa-ZUlu Natal

Changeover Intentional Rounding a Crosssectional Study into Patients’ and Nurses’ Experience in a Rural Facility Di Targett, Hunter New England Local Health District

Changeover No Pass Zone: Go Towards the Light Roberto Sombillo, Delos Santos Medical Center

11.20am – 11.40am

5 minutes 11.45am – 12.05pm


12.05pm – 1.00pm

Lunch and Poster Session

Session 9

Concurrent

1.00pm – 2.35pm

9A: Quality & Safety

9B: Knowledge Translation

9C: Quality & Safety

Location 1.00pm – 1.20pm

The Arena Implementing Individualised Music Intervention for Older People with Dementia: A Mixed Methods Study Minah Amor Gaviola, University of Newcastle

The Extra Challenges of Implementing the “No Catheter-associated Urinary Tract Infection (CAUTI)” Care Bundle. Michelle Giles, Hunter New England Local Health District

The Vivid Developing a Practicechange Initiative to Improve Care for Alcohol Consumption in Pregnancy Melanie Kingsland, Hunter New England Population Health

5 minute 1.25pm – 1.45pm

Changeover Falls Reduction in Rehabilitation – A 6 Year Journey Merridie Rees, Hunter New England Local Health District

Changeover Leading the Way in Antenatal Asthma Management by Midwives. Karen McLaughlin, University of Newcastle & HNELHD

Changeover Reducing Urinary Catheter Use and Catheter Duration Using a Multifaceted Bundled Intervention Wendy Watts, Hunter New England Local Health District

5 minute 1.50pm – 2.10pm

Changeover Young Pregnant Women’s Age 16-24 Years Old Experience of Antenatal Care in NSW Jenni Doust

Changeover Development and Monitoring of a Multi-layered Clinician Training Program Towards Practice Change Julia Dray University of Newcastle & Sophie Curtin Tamworth Hospital

Changeover What Are the Health Outcomes of Electrocution and Lightning Strike? Trent Williams, Hunter New England Local Health District

5 minute 2.15pm – 2.35pm

Changeover Group B Streptococcal Screening, Intrapartum Antibiotic Prophylaxis and Neonatal Early-onset Infection Rates in an Australian Local Health District: 2006-2016 Kate Braye, Hunter New England Local Health District

Changeover Midwives’ Views, Values and Beliefs on Complementary and Alternative Medicines (CAM): a National Survey Lyndall Mollart, University of Newcastle

Changeover Keeping our Staff Safe – Reducing Needle-stick Injuries in Healthcare Workers (SESDs) Jillian Martinelli, Hunter New England Local Health District

Session 10 2.40pm

3.00pm – 3.30pm

Plenary Wrap Up and Closing Remarks

Afternoon Tea

2.40pm – 3.00pm Location: The Arena


Focused Cardiac Ultrasound Transthoracic Echocardiography FCU-TTE https://central.csds.qld.edu.au/central/courses/344 FCU-TTE is designed to develop the basic proficiency in TTE that will allow participants to begin using echocardiography to complement their clinical evaluation skills. Topics include using and familiarising participants with the CAE Vimedix simulator. Course enrolment includes: • 7 eLearning tutorials • 20 pre-workshop case studies • 10 post-workshop simulator case studies • 30 optional logbooks • post-workshop online exam • certificate of completion

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