Lead with Confidence: Risk Management, the manager role and support

Are you ready to elevate your role as a manager/supervisor by mastering the essentials of Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) risk management? This session is tailored to empower you with the knowledge needed to effectively identify, assess, and mitigate WHS risks in the workplace. From understanding regulatory requirements to implementing practical control measures, participants will […]

Lead with Confidence: Managing misconduct and Fact-Finding Interviews

This session will discuss how managers should approach processes initiated under the managing misconduct policy directive, how misconduct meetings should work and how to ensure that the results will be judged as being ‘fair’ by any external adjudicator. The session will cover processes and pitfalls in fact-findings, disciplinary meetings and Performance Improvement Plans. This session […]

Lead with Confidence: Mandatory Notifications

Mandatory notifications are at times hard to navigate as a manager. Join our webinar to break down mandatory notifications so you understand the law and how it applies to you as a nurse and/or midwife. This webinar will explore what concerns might trigger a mandatory notifications, different thresholds, and reasonable belief and be delivered by […]

Medication Principles: 2 x Webinar Series

Part 1 – 5 Rights of Medications and Common Errors, Monday 26 February 2024 – 2-3pm Part 2 – High Risk Medication and Regulation, Thursday 29 February 2024 – 2-3pm Medication administration is a fundamental part of nursing and midwifery practice. As such nurses and midwives must understand medication principles, high risk medications and regulation […]

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 […]

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

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