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Funding Sources - How to Get Paid
Funding Sources - How to Get Paid
Nursing Lecture
Added: 16/01/2015

How you receive an income to support yourself must be identified before you do anything. However, many nurses are unclear how the 'pathway to income' occurs. This session looks at a range of fundin...g sources that may be of benefit to nurses working in private practice.

One Drink Too Many? Men and Alcohol
One Drink Too Many? Men and Alcohol
Nursing Lecture
Added: 07/01/2015

Who uses alcohol in our society, and who abuses it? We know about the effects on our physical and psychological health, but how can we address this with men over the age of forty-five?

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Sleep Tight- No Snoring
Sleep Tight- No Snoring
Nursing Lecture
Added: 19/12/2014

There is increasing research about the importance of sleep not only to our physical health but also our mental well being. In this lecture Dr Clare Anderson explains the normal changes in sleep tha...t occur due to advancing age. Learn about some of the key sleep concepts and why men and women sleep differently.

Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile Dysfunction
Nursing Lecture
Added: 17/12/2014

Stuart Wilder says that we probably don’t talk about erectile dysfunction enough, however it is a very significant issue for men and will become more of a concern in the future. Use this lecture ...to enhance your understanding of erectile dysfunction and the role of nurses in the assessment, diagnosis and management of this condition. Learn how erectile dysfunction can mask underlying co-morbid conditions.

Smoking and the Effects on the Unborn Foetus
Smoking and the Effects on the Unborn Fo...etus
Nursing Lecture
Added: 15/12/2014

This session by Dr Mary Tolcos looks at recent research that directly implicates smoking in lasting epigenetic influences in the brain structures or function of future generations. The outcome is t...hat midwives need to know the true consequences of smoking in pregnancy.

Fear and Anxiety - Allaying an Occupational Hazard
Fear and Anxiety - Allaying an Occupatio...nal Hazard
Nursing Lecture
Added: 12/12/2014

Have you ever driven home from work and worried that you forgot to document something important? Well rest assured, you're not alone. Anticipatory fear and anxiety are an occupational hazard of man...y health professionals. This interesting session by Heather Harris looks at what causes nurses and midwives to worry and how this can be managed.

Training the Body for Childbirth and Beyond
Training the Body for Childbirth and Bey...ond
Nursing Lecture
Added: 08/12/2014

Is starting an exercise program during pregnancy safe? If so, what type of program is appropriate? In this session Liana Quach describes the benefits of practicing pilates during and after pregnanc...y. Learn about some common types of pilates exercises for pregnant women and how you can assist your client to choose the right class.

Obesity and Women's Reproductive Life - What Midwives Should Know
Obesity and Women's Reproductive Life - ...What Midwives Should Know
Nursing Lecture
Added: 01/12/2014

Obesity has become a concerning and prevalent health problem in Australia and is an important risk factor in a woman's reproductive life. Various studies have found obesity has a detrimental effect... in several ways such as menstrual disturbance and infertility, as well as complications during pregnancy and childbirth. As Heather Harris explains, this also has significant implications on midwifery practice.

Men’s Health in the 21st Century
Men’s Health in the 21st Century
Nursing Lecture
Added: 17/11/2014

Men outrank women in death and major disability rates for all major diseases and whilst male health is considered important, it is not yet promoted well enough. This interesting session by Men's He...alth Nurse Practitioner Stuart Wilder, looks at the past, present and future of men's health in Australia. Learn about the key issues in men's health and why health promotion needs to occur across the lifespan.

People Die at Night- What Can I Say?
People Die at Night- What Can I Say?
Nursing Lecture
Added: 10/11/2014

Very few nurses may be educated in the art of professional communication despite effective communication being fundamental to nursing practice. In this lecture, Professor Margaret O'Connor discusse...s the principles of effective communication and provides some techniques and tools that you can use to deal with difficult conversations, including giving bad news at night.

Extending the Breastfeeding Duration
Extending the Breastfeeding Duration
Nursing Lecture
Added: 07/11/2014

When Heather Harris is called to help a mother to breastfeed she has three important questions to ask. She also tries to keep things simple, believing that breastfeeding is very much a learned skil...l and a process that is meant to work. This is a captivating session that gives us new insights into this important area of midwifery care.

Palliative Care at Night- Is There a Difference?
Palliative Care at Night- Is There a Dif...ference?
Nursing Lecture
Added: 03/11/2014

Does palliative care change at night? Is palliative care just terminal care? What is end-of-life care and how does it relate to palliative care? In this session, Professor Margaret O’Connor talks... about how we can support ‘dying well’ in acute, aged care and non-specialist palliative care environments.

Burnout- Recognising the Blues
Burnout- Recognising the Blues
Nursing Lecture
Added: 27/10/2014

What would indicate that you - or one of your night duty colleagues - might be affected by 'burnout' or depression? In this session, Michelle Orr talks about work stress and burnout amongst nurses.... Learn about the signs, causes and potential consequences of professional burnout.

Mind and Body Health Connections
Mind and Body Health Connections
Nursing Lecture
Added: 20/10/2014

How does mental illness impact on physical health? In this engaging session, hear from Michele Orr as she explores the relationship between mental illness and physical health concerns like obesity.... Learn about the indicators of good mental health and mental illness.

Infants in Overnight Care
Infants in Overnight Care
Nursing Lecture
Added: 16/10/2014

Family breakdown has led to increasing discussion over the rights of parents to shared access of their young children. The question of overnight stays with the non-custodial parent in these arrange...ments has raised concern of the needs of those under 3 years old. In this session, hear from Jennifer McIntosh as she explores the problems this can pose for the infant and how best to plan for shared arrangements.

The Infant's Experience of Family Violence
The Infant's Experience of Family Violen...ce
Nursing Lecture
Added: 26/09/2014

Although working with an infant that has been exposed to family violence can be incredibly difficult, in this session Wendy Bunston tells us that from her experience this work is absolutely critica...l.

How Parental Mental Illness Affects Infants
How Parental Mental Illness Affects Infa...nts
Nursing Lecture
Added: 25/09/2014

What are the flow-on effects of parental mental illness on young children? Hear from Lisa Bolger as she explores these effects and learn about the specific symptoms of serious mental illnesses affe...cting infants.

Working With the Baby- Tuning Into Needs
Working With the Baby- Tuning Into Needs
Nursing Lecture
Added: 19/09/2014

Working with parents and infants can be both challenging and rewarding for all involved. In this exceptional lecture, hear from Dr Julie Stone as she describes how we can meet an infant’s need fo...r compassion and generosity, and support parents in what can be a struggle to care for their children.

Delegation and Supervision
Delegation and Supervision
Nursing Lecture
Added: 10/09/2014

Delegation is not as simple as transferring aspects of patient care to another nurse or caregiver. In this session, hear from Linda Starr as she explains what you need to consider when either deleg...ating to someone else or accepting delegation from others.

Negligence and Duty of Care
Negligence and Duty of Care
Nursing Lecture
Added: 08/09/2014

What is a nurse's duty of care and what happens if there is a breach of this duty? In this lecture, listen to Linda Starr as she carefully explains the nursing duty of care and the elements that ne...ed to be proved in a negligence case.


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