• August 2021
  • SDHB82-002 SDHB Immediate Life Support Instructor Workshop

    11 Aug 2021
    Wed 8:30 AM Wed 4:30 PM Invercargill Free
    Registrations via Julie.gorrie@southerndhb.govt.nz

    Summary
    Participants will gain sufficient skills and knowledge to be Immediate Life Support CPR instructors and assessors in their workplace.

  • SDHB35-022 SDHB Cannulation workshop

    12 Aug 2021
    Thu 8:30 AM Thu 12:30 PM Invercargill Free
    Registration via Julie.gorrie@southerndhb.govt.nz

    Summary
    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.gorrie@southerndhb.govt.nz

  • SDHB45-006 SDHB Pain Study Day

    19 Aug 2021
    Thu 8:30 AM Thu 5:00 PM Invercargill Free
    Registrations to: Julie.gorrie@southerndhb.govt.nz

    Summary
    To provide health care professionals with the opportunity to gain a greater understanding of pain management. To register Julie.gorrie@southerndhb.govt.nz

  • September 2021
  • SDHB79-006 SDHB Immediate Life Support Instructor Revalidation (3 yearly)

    07 Sep 2021
    Tue 8:30 AM Tue 12:30 PM Invercargill Free
    Registrations to: Julie.gorrie@southerndhb.govt.nz

    Summary
    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

  • ADVA20-001 Advance Care Planning

    09 Sep 2021
    Thu 8:30 AM Thu 4:30 PM Dunedin Free

    Summary
    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 29 July 2021, you will be notified if your application has or hasn't been successful for this course.

  • SDHB17-002 SDHB Legal Ethical Workshop

    09 Sep 2021
    Thu 9:00 AM Thu 4:30 PM Invercargill Free
    Registrations to: Julie.gorrie@southerndhb.govt.nz

    Summary
    Participants will develop knowledge and critical thinking skills in relation to ethical, legal and professional issues in nursing. Knowledge gained will assist the nurse with clinical decision making to resolve ethical and legal issues in clinical practice. This session lasts 7 hours. Contact Julie Gorrie at julie.gorrie@southerndhb.govt.nz

  • SDHB54-008 SDHB Unstable Patient Workshop

    15 Sep 2021
    Wed 8:30 AM Wed 4:30 PM Invercargill Free
    Registration via Julie.gorrie@southerndhb.govt.nz

    Summary
    To improve the skills and knowledge required for effective assessment and management of the unstable or deteriorating patient. Effective use of early warning scores. Improved skills in handover of information.

  • October 2021
  • SDHB15-004 SDHB Health Care Assistants (HCA) Study Day

    08 Oct 2021
    Fri 8:30 AM Fri 4:30 PM Invercargill Free
    Registrations to: Julie.gorrie@southerndhb.govt.nz

    Summary
    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 julie.gorrie@southerndhb.govt.nz

  • SDHB35-023 SDHB Cannulation workshop

    14 Oct 2021
    Thu 8:30 AM Thu 12:30 PM Invercargill Free
    Registration via Julie.gorrie@southerndhb.govt.nz

    Summary
    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.gorrie@southerndhb.govt.nz

  • SDHB49-004 SDHB Respiratory Study Day

    14 Oct 2021
    Thu 8:30 AM Thu 4:00 PM Invercargill Free
    Registration via Julie.gorrie@southerndhb.govt.nz

    Summary
    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.gorrie@southerndhb.govt.nz

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