- May 2021
12 May 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.
13 May 2021Thu 8:30 AM Thu 5:00 PM Invercargill FreeRegistrations to: Julie.email@example.com
To provide health care professionals with the opportunity to gain a greater understanding of pain management. To register Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org
20 May 2021Thu 8:00 AM Thu 4:30 PM Dunedin FreeContact: Paul.email@example.com
These courses book up very fast. Register well in advance. Registered participants will learn and demonstrate resuscitation-related clinical and non-clinical skills at the "Advanced" level required to be certified by the New Zealand Resuscitation Council (NZRC) Please note there is a fee for those from outside of the Southern DHB. Registrations: firstname.lastname@example.org
20 May 2021Thu 6:00 PM Thu 8:00 PM Dunedin FreeEvent is fullJoin waiting list
For non clinical staff - suitable for primary care receptionists, administrators, practice managers. Please note the name change, Level 2 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).
25 May 2021Tue 8:30 AM Tue 4:30 PM Dunedin FreeContact: email@example.com
The ECG workshop will provide an introduction to a number of areas: achieving a good quality 12 lead ECG recording, understanding the conduction cycle (a basic understanding of cardiac anatomy and physiology is assumed). and the difference in ischaemia and infarction with basic ECG recognition. Completed in two 3.5 hour sessions, cardiology workshop is in the morning and the Respiratory workshop in the afternoon. To register please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
26 May 2021Wed 8:30 AM Wed 5:00 PM Invercargill FreeRegistrations to: Julie.email@example.com
Designed with you and your workplace in mind, an interactive day to answer your questions about diabetes management. To provide skills and knowledge in diabetes management so nurses can: Access/interpret clinical indicators of general health status and metabolic control. Act as a resource within their practice setting/workplace. Assist individuals with r at risk of developing diabetes to access resources/information. Evaluate treatment outcomes and refer appropriately. Reg: Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org
- June 2021
01 Jun 2021Tue 8:30 AM Tue 12:30 PM Invercargill FreeRegistrations to: Julie.email@example.com
Update on any changes to guidelines Demonstration and practice of CPR related skills including use of AED trainer Peer assessment Refresher of on line resources Overview of resuscitations events from previous year Management of common medical emergencies Simulated scenario
01 Jun 2021Tue 9:00 AM Tue 4:00 PM Invercargill 2 Sessions, either 9-12pm OR 1-4pm FreeRegistration via Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org
To provide health care professionals opportunity to gain understanding of the dynamics around both urinary and faecal incontinence.
CPR-078 CPR Immediate Life Support (with and without Airway and Oxygen Adjuncts) (Level 2 and Level 4)02 Jun 2021Wed 12:00 PM Wed 2:00 PM Invercargill FreeRegister1 place remaining
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).
02 Jun 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.