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Positive Ageing
Positive Ageing
Nursing Lecture
Added: 27/03/2018
Currently Aged Care Managers and the general workforce are swamped in assessing many complex and individual physical, emotional, social and environmental factors affecting residents’ health and well... being. Now the Government has challenged the industry with introducing new systems or methods which provide legal, moral, ethical and personal choice evidence for each resident or home care recipient.
Promoting Nutrition in the Elderly
Promoting Nutrition in the Elderly
Nursing Lecture
Added: 27/03/2018
Malnutrition is a major health problem known to exacerbate chronic illness and increase morbidity and mortality in older people. What practical strategies can you use to prevent malnutrition in your p...atients?
Nursing Cancer Patients in the Future
Nursing Cancer Patients in the Future
Nursing Lecture
Added: 27/03/2018
Cancer is a health priority that affects a large number people in Australia and worldwide. Increasingly many will survive or live for extensive periods despite the mortality that is often associated w...ith the disease. What will this mean to nurses roles and practice in the future? Will cancer care only be delivered by specialist nurses or will more be expected of nurses in community/primary care? This session looks at the challenges that cancer care into the future poses for nurses.
How and Why Does Coeliac Disease Develop?
How and Why Does Coeliac Disease Develop...?
Nursing Lecture
Added: 27/03/2018
Greater research of coeliac disease has moved us closer to understanding the pathogenesis of this multi-factorial disease. This session looks at the many complex factors that cause gluten to activate ...an immune response and cause damage to a susceptible person.
The Relationship Between Amino Acids and Atherosclerosis
The Relationship Between Amino Acids and... Atherosclerosis
Nursing Lecture
Added: 28/02/2018
Taurine and homocysteine are essential amino acids that regulate metabolism and function....
"For Crying Out Loud!": The Fussy Baby, Irritability and Controlled Crying
"For Crying Out Loud!": The Fussy Baby, ...Irritability and Controlled Crying
Nursing Lecture
Added: 21/02/2018
The development of an understanding of infants’ communications has meant that no longer are we happy for babies to cry without response. The introduction of controlled crying as a settling technique... has come under a lot of criticism, and the misuse of it has been seen as detrimental to infants’ emotional well-being. This presentation will look at understanding infants’ communication and responses based on infant mental health principles.
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