Aged Care Seminar

Hear from a range of speakers, network with colleagues and share experiences across the aged care sector.  For RNs, ENs and AINs in residential, community and hospital aged care settings, across private and public sectors, or anyone with an interest in the aged care sector in NSW. PROGRAM: Keeping on the weight – Preventing weight […]

Understanding Your Annual CPD Obligations Workshop

Join us for this interactive workshop where you’ll learn the ins and outs of your annual CPD obligations. You will learn: How develop your learning plan each year; How you identify your learning needs and objectives, linking them back to your current or future context of practice; How to record your CPD activities; Gain an […]

The Deteriorating Patient

As health professionals we need to ensure people in our care who are having difficulty can be appropriately managed and cared for. The lack of recognition and appropriate management of patients, whose condition is deteriorating, has been identified as a contributing factor for many adverse events worldwide. Clinicians need to be concerned and have the […]

Clinical Communication and Documentation

This workshop explores the importance of the legal and ethical frameworks around communication and documentation that govern nursing and midwifery practice. This workshop covers: ISBAR: Learn how it helps with providing comprehensive health communication; Unpack clinical handover and the exchange of information and what the responsibilities and accountabilities are for nurses and midwives; Understanding your […]

Law in nursing and midwifery practice

Nurses and midwives are bound by professional obligations, as outlined in various codes and frameworks set by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA). This webinar looks at some of the laws that are relevant to nursing and midwifery practice, and discusses the legal and professional obligations outlined in the Standards for Practice and […]

Law, Ethics and Professional Standards in nursing and midwifery

This workshop explores the importance of the legal and ethical frameworks that govern our everyday practice under national registration. Seminar Outline: The Australian legal system and laws affecting nurses and midwives relevant to practice; The Coroner, Coronial Inquests and making statements; The co-regulatory system in NSW (complaints and notifications); Professional obligations – documentation; Code of […]

Flying Start Securing a New Grad Position: Part Three Registration

ATTENTION: STUDENTS – DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY Are you in your final year of studying and getting ready to head out to the real world as a fully-fledged nurse or midwife? Don’t stress – we have a super tailored three-part online workshop to make sure you have a flying start when it […]

Delegate Skills

This course looks at the role of delegates and how your role fits within the NSWNMA. It will help you build confidence around participating as a delegate in your Branch, at Committee of Delegates and Annual Conference. Course Date: Tuesday 24 September 2024 To view the full course program Download the Association Member Training Flyer. If […]

Industrial Relations Basics (2-Day Course)

This 2-day course will provide branch officials and activists with an overview of a range of common workplace issues for which they might be required to support members or provide representation. Day 2, members will attend the professional education session Law, Ethics and Professional Standards in nursing and midwifery. Course Dates: Wednesday 25 and Thursday […]

Branch Essentials (2-Day Course)

This 2-day course aims to provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to understand how the NSWNMA can win improvements in your workplace, across the industry, and how you can be an effective branch member. This is a MUST DO for newly elected branch officials, those wanting to brush up, or any members […]

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