- October 2021
01 Oct 2021Fri 7:45 AM Fri 4:30 PM Dunedin FreeContact: Lyn.firstname.lastname@example.org
Understanding the importance of working as a team in reducing morbidity and mortality for mothers and babies. Understanding that teamwork includes excellent clear communication, leadership and identified roles in an emergency, and situational awareness. Please note there is a cost involved: $230 for those outside the DHB and $130 for those working for the DHB. Pre reading manual included in cost. Registrations: email@example.com
04 Oct 2021Mon 9:00 AM Mon 4:00 PM Dunedin FreeCall Ellen Jones on 03-474-0999 at the Practice Development Unit
To introduce the participant to evidence based theoretical and practical session required to perform cannulation and venipuncture including; anatomy of veins used for cannulation and venipuncture, type and appropriate use of equipment, blood sampling, infection prevention and control, complications and management, practical demonstration. There are two 3 hour sessions; 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm. Contact Ellen Jones on 03-474-0999 at the Practice Development Unit.
07 Oct 2021Thu 5:30 PM Thu 8:00 PM .. Free
Respiratory - Nuts & Bolts Primary Care and A.R.C Nurses Need an update on respiratory ? Then join us for the “nuts and bolts” study evening. Covering the impact of respiratory disease in NZ and an update on the GINA and GOLD guidelines and an update on inhalers. Click on the heading for course description. TRAINING VIA ZOOM Join Zoom Meeting https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89774127944?pwd=NEQzYjFoY3Vpc1NzNVJLMkk4NFZYUT09 Meeting ID: 897 7412 7944 Passcode: 255548
08 Oct 2021Fri 8:30 AM Fri 4:30 PM Invercargill FreeRegistrations to: Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org
To provide HCA's with the opportunity to update their knowledge and skills around caring for patients. This session lasts 7 and a half hours. Contact Julie Gorrie at email@example.com
13 Oct 2021Wed 8:30 AM Wed 4:30 PM Dunedin FreeContact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop is designed to create approved immediate Life Support Assessor/Instructors which will enable local practical CPR updating and revalidation for staff in individual areas - promoting high quality Immediate Life Support and maintaining that quality to a consistent standard across the district with support from the Resuscitation Coordinator.
14 Oct 2021Thu 8:30 AM Thu 12:30 PM Invercargill FreeRegistration via Julie.email@example.com
Development of skill and knowledge around cannulation that enables the participants to non-traumatically and safely insert an appropriate intravenous catheter into a vein. To register Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org
14 Oct 2021Thu 8:30 AM Thu 4:00 PM Invercargill FreeRegistration via Julie.email@example.com
Recognise the prevalence of common respiratory conditions. Have an increased knowledge of the most common respiratory conditions and how to assess them. Have greater understanding of nursing management strategies. To register: Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org
CPR-082 CPR Immediate Life Support (with and without Airway and Oxygen Adjuncts) (Level 2 and Level 4)20 Oct 2021Wed 5:00 PM Wed 7:00 PM Invercargill FreeEvent is fullJoin waiting list
This update is a Immediate Life Support (with and without Airway and Oxygen Adjuncts) (previous known as Level 2 and level 4). Please note the name change, Level 2 and level 4 is no longer the terminology used. This course is for Primary Care general practice employees, WellSouth employees and others with prior approval. You must complete the quiz (from your confirmation email and bring with you to the course).
20 Oct 2021Wed 6:00 PM Wed 8:00 PM Invercargill Free
WellSouth and the SDHB are working together to provide you with training that will not only meet Foundation and Cornerstone standards but will provide you with practical and theoretical cultural competency skills to engage with Maori patients. Unlocking best practice when working with Maori whanau. This training is for General Practice staff only. Refreshment and nibbles provided.
21 Oct 2021Thu 8:30 AM Thu 4:30 PM Invercargill FreeRegistration closed
Are you passionate about advance care planning (ACP)? We are looking for health professionals who want to: • help grow the use of ACP • learn how to translate an individual’s wishes into written documentation for ACP • gain experience in supporting patients with ACP Course pre-requisite: ACP e-learning needs to be completed before attending the workshop. https://acp.elearning.ac.nz. Applications close 9 September 2021, you will be notified if your application has or hasn't been successful for this course.