Lead with Confidence: Clinical Supervision

Professional support, development and transformation through regular reflective Clinical Supervision Presented by Sue Harvey, Senior Associate, Clinical Supervision Consultancy (CSC) with Paul Spurr, Founder and Principal, Clinical Supervision Consultancy (CSC) and invited panel guests. The webinar will focus on the what, why and how of clinical supervision for nurses and midwives. This will include: Definitions […]

Communication: Documentation and Report Writing

Strong documentation is crucial for the effective transfer of information between health professionals. Documentation plays a key role in patient safety, and is relied upon during investigations and the coronial process. This webinar discusses the importance of documentation, the Standards for Practice, and how to ensure you document clearly and effectively.

Communication: Clinical Handovers and Assessments

This webinar explores the importance of clinical handover and assessment, and provide an understanding your professional obligations around these areas of practice. This webinar will cover: – types of clinical handover, including bedside handover – types of clinical assessments – professional obligations in relation to handover and clinical assessment

Communication: ISBAR and tips for workplace communication

This webinar explores the importance of communication in nursing and midwifery practice, and provide an understanding your professional obligations in relation to communication. This webinar will cover: – ISBAR – how it helps with providing comprehensive health communications – 10 tips for workplace communication – Human factors in communication

Reflective Practice and Feedback

Reflective Practice is an integral part of nursing and midwifery continued practice. To improve practice nurses and midwives need to constantly evaluate the changing healthcare environment this is comprised of reflection and feedback. Reflection should be purposeful, focused and questioning to understand their experiences. Feedback is a way of communicating improvements and positive aspects within […]

Professional obligations for nurses and midwives

To hold registration as a nurse or midwife in Australia, you must adhere to the standards, codes, guidelines and frameworks set by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) – Standards for Practice, the Code(s) of Conduct, and the Code(s) of Ethics. Professional and safe practice is at the heart of our professional obligations. […]

Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) – Code(s) of Conduct

The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) Code of Conduct for nurses and Code of Conduct for midwives sets out the legal requirements, professional behaviour and conduct expectations for all nurses and midwives. This webinar will provide an understanding of the NMBA Code(s) of Conduct and the principles of professional behaviour that guide safe […]

Ethics in nursing and midwifery practice

Ethical codes are systematic guidelines for shaping ethical behaviour. This webinar discusses how nurses and midwives make ethical decisions in their practice. Nurses are bound by the International Council of Nurses Code of Ethics for nurses. Midwives are bound by the International Confederation of Midwives Code of Ethics for midwives. These documents replace the 2008 […]

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 […]

The Deteriorating Patient: 3-Part Series

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 […]

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