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Building Your Communication Confidence in Teams
Building Your Communication Confidence i...n Teams
Nursing Lecture
Added: 01/11/2016
In this session we will look at effective communication that helps build successful teams. Unpack common barriers to communication. Come away knowing what makes you feel valued, how to best show your ...appreciation for the people you work closely with and build great teams!
Cancer - Non-Pharmacological Pain Management Strategies
Cancer - Non-Pharmacological Pain Manage...ment Strategies
Nursing Lecture
Added: 31/10/2016
A review of modern non-pharmacological methods for pain reduction in people with cancer. ...
Aligning Prevention of Infectious Disease with a Person's Culture
Aligning Prevention of Infectious Diseas...e with a Person's Culture
Nursing Lecture
Added: 26/10/2016
In order to reduce the prevalence of infectious disease, it is essential to understand the cultural practices of any given community. This session looks at the relationship between cultural practices ...and disease prevention.
Infection Prevention and Control in the Tropics - Practical Nursing Care
Infection Prevention and Control in the ...Tropics - Practical Nursing Care
Nursing Lecture
Added: 24/10/2016
The luxury of resources such as clean running water, gloves and gowns is not always afforded in tropical environments. However, the necessity to uphold the highest standards of infection prevention an...d control is essential.
A Self Care Approach to Building Personal Resilience
A Self Care Approach to Building Persona...l Resilience
Nursing Lecture
Added: 03/10/2016
If we cannot be resilient personally how can we be resilient in the work setting? Increasing personal resilience is a strategy for surviving and thriving in the face of workplace adversity. This final... session will explore:
Strong Body - Strong Mind
Strong Body - Strong Mind
Nursing Lecture
Added: 30/09/2016
There is a link between a feeling of confidence and positivity and physical strength. People who regularly exercise often pride themselves on their ability to achieve more because they feel fitter. Th...is session explores the relationship of exercise to an ability to bounce back under duress. Includes:
Resilience in the Face of Chronic Illness
Resilience in the Face of Chronic Illnes...s
Nursing Lecture
Added: 28/09/2016
The diagnosis of any chronic progressive illness can be a traumatic experience. People wonder how they will be able to cope and health care professionals wonder how they can help those so affected. Al...though resilience is commonly associated with coping with trauma, catastrophic events, or personal tragedy, increasing attention is being paid to resilience in response to chronic illness. This session reflects on:
Resilience and Professional Relationships
Resilience and Professional Relationship...s
Nursing Lecture
Added: 26/09/2016
Robust social supports are important ways for building emotional resilience. When difficult situations and adversity in your work setting occur, constructive collegial relationships are essential. Thi...s session includes:
Promoting Resilience in Patients
Promoting Resilience in Patients
Nursing Lecture
Added: 23/09/2016
When a person becomes a ‘patient’ there is a shift in the locus of control from person to practitioner. This can cause a profound sense of vulnerability at a time when a person is unwell. People r...espond to this situation in different ways. This session looks at the evidence for nurses to promote resilience in patient and includes:
Surviving and Thriving in Nursing Today
Surviving and Thriving in Nursing Today
Nursing Lecture
Added: 21/09/2016
Nursing is currently in a state of profound flux which is going to require strong and resilient leadership if it is to progress successfully as a profession. This session looks at how nursing can not ...only survive but thrive amongst this time of volatility and uncertainty. Includes:
When Perception is the Wild Card
When Perception is the Wild Card
Nursing Lecture
Added: 19/09/2016
How you perceive situations affects your response to them and ultimately is reflected in your level of resilience. In this session a light will be shone on the role of emotional intelligence and how i...t assist you to be more resilient. Includes:
Why Engaging in Positive Psychology is Essential
Why Engaging in Positive Psychology is E...ssential
Nursing Lecture
Added: 16/09/2016
Positivity affects perceptions, attitudes, and expectations. Positive emotions have been shown to increase feelings of energy, help you cope with adversity, and feel more optimistic about life. To suc...cessfully survive we need to create a positive culture that promotes camaraderie and teamwork. Includes:
How Resilient Are You?
How Resilient Are You?
Nursing Lecture
Added: 14/09/2016
There are tools which can be used to determine your personal level of resilience and which can also be used in your workplace. In this short session you will have the opportunity to complete a resilie...nce scale and reflect on your performance.
The Resilient Practitioner: Building Workplace Resilience
The Resilient Practitioner: Building Wor...kplace Resilience
Nursing Lecture
Added: 12/09/2016
Resilience in nursing is key to maintaining wellbeing and professional stability. This introductory session includes:...
How Maternal Depression and Anxiety can Affect an Infant's Nutrition
How Maternal Depression and Anxiety can ...Affect an Infant's Nutrition
Nursing Lecture
Added: 07/09/2016
This final session reviews the impact that maternal depression and anxiety can have on feeding behaviour. It looks broadly at the relationship of nutrition and mental disorders and explores the cascad...e of effects that can result. Includes:
Nasogastric Tube Weaning
Nasogastric Tube Weaning
Nursing Lecture
Added: 05/09/2016
The number of enteral-fed infants and children with a nasogastric tube, gastrostomy or jejunostomy has significantly increased in the last 20 years. Bestpractice indicates that the transition to oral ...feeding should be established as soon as tube feeding is no longer appropriate. This session discusses what to plan in order to wean an infant or toddler from tube feeding. Includes:
Failure to Thrive or is Phenotype Matching Genotype?
Failure to Thrive or is Phenotype Matchi...ng Genotype?
Nursing Lecture
Added: 02/09/2016
Not all small infants and toddlers are failing to thrive but some do struggle because of inadequate nutrition intake. This session looks at the difference between genotype and phenotype and includes:...
Feeding Problems as an Indicator of Other Illness
Feeding Problems as an Indicator of Othe...r Illness
Nursing Lecture
Added: 31/08/2016
When would feeding problems raise alarm bells that there may be an underlying cause? There are many situations experienced by infants and toddlers that may affect feeding and cause parental anxiety. T...hese can range from tiredness, illness, and other common situations. But what if there is more to be concerned about?
Toddler Food Refusal - The Battle you will Never Win!
Toddler Food Refusal - The Battle you wi...ll Never Win!
Nursing Lecture
Added: 29/08/2016

Although toddlers are a delightful and trying challenge, food provides a perfect medium for the struggle for independence. Many toddlers use food to test their power, but others can create scenario...s that gradually restrict their diet by avoiding new foods, or creating meal times that are a nightmare for the whole family.

Maintaining Healthy Diets when Allergy Exists
Maintaining Healthy Diets when Allergy E...xists
Nursing Lecture
Added: 26/08/2016

Over recent years there has been a significant increase in the prevalence of childhood food allergy in Australia. This presents a challenge to health professionals working with families of young ch...ildren who may be on strictly controlled foods. As a result, this has the potential to impede long term good eating habits and cause incongruous behaviours associated with food.


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