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Available Courses – Alphabetical

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All applicants will receive a confirmation email 4-5 weeks prior to course date.

Prior to submitting your application, please ensure your application has been approved by your Manager (if attending in work time).

Aboriginal Cultural Learning for Mental Health Staff

Aboriginal Cultural Learning for Mental Health

As part of our commitment to improving and strengthening services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, is a priority for the Mental Health Directorate to support clinical staff to gain appropriate knowledge and understanding of the diverse needs of the consumers in their care, and the cultural practices that underpin clinical care.

The Mental Health Directorate will be providing face to face in service training on Aboriginal Cultural Learning at the Eastern Community Mental Health Centre, Western Community Mental Health Centre and Glenside Health Services throughout August 2018.

Vanessa Browne, Nurse Practitioner Candidate will lead this training. Vanessa's sessions will include an overview of the resource `Aboriginal Mental Health Clinical Practice Guidelines and Pathways: A culturally appropriate guide for working with Aboriginal mental health consumers' and provide information to support clinical practice.

 (For ease the use of term Aboriginal will cover both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander representation).

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this one hour education session participants will have an increased understanding of:

> historical and contemporary trauma endured by Aboriginal people
> the effects of Dispossession , grief and loss.
> exploring attachment theories and how this causes intergenerational trauma outcomes
> clinical guidelines when working with people of Aboriginal background
> discuss the Clinical Practice Guidelines when working with people of Aboriginal background
> touch on how to work effectively in the community and ward settings

Eligibility / Entry Requirements

This education session is open to any SA Health clinician working in the area of mental health.

Date, Time and Location

These workshops will be conducted as inservice sessions.  Please contact Vanessa Browne to negotiate dates, times and locations.

Convener and Presenter

Vanessa Browne





Accepting and Working With Voices - The Maastricht Approach Two Day Workshop

Workshop Aim

In implementing the BPSO Best Practice Guideline – Person and Family Centred Care, CALHN Mental Health Directorate is hosting three, two day workshops which aim to equip clinicians to work with consumers using the Maastricht Approach.

Learning Outcomes

Each participant will be prepared to work with consumers using the Maastricht Approach and will have an awareness of;

·         The Maastricht Interview.

·         Formulating a construct.

·         Writing a report.

The Maastricht Approach

In Maastricht, the Netherlands, psychiatrist Marius Romme and researcher Sandra Escher developed an approach to hearing voices. The approach contends that people hearing voices can learn to cope with their voices and benefit from psychological and social interventions.

The Maastricht Hearing Voices Interview stimulates the voice hearer to explore their own experience and create some emotional distance from the voices. The interview supports the voice hearer to look more closely at the nature of their voice hearing experience and to consider the usefulness coping strategies they may have developed over time.

Session Dates, Times and Locations

Each session runs 0900-1700.

Monday 9th and Tuesday 10th July, 2018, Glenside Health Services.

Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st August, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th September 2018, Glenside Health Services.

Eligibility / Entry Requirements

This training is open to CALHN MHD clinical staff.

Click here to apply.

Please note the "submit" button may not work on some computers.  This is due to a Google / Adobe Acrobat / PDF conflict error.  If the completed application form does not attach to an email when the "submit" button is clicked, please save the completed application form and email to MentalHealthLearningCentre@health.sa.gov.au

Further Information

Bernie Stefan-Rasmus

BPSO Lead, Mental Health Directorate

Central Adelaide Local Health Network

Telephone:  (08) 7087 1804

Email:  bernie.stefan-rasmus@sa.gov.au

 


ADVANCE Professional Development Program (RAH Campus)

ADVANCE Professional Development Program (RAH Campus)

Advancing Clinical Practice & Patient Centred Care

Available to all Nursing & Allied Health Staff

Tuesday’s commencing 6th February 2018

Times: 2.15pm – 3.00pm

Advertised by Flier

 

 

Advanced Life Support Level 1 (ALS1) CALHN - 1 day course (TQEH Campus)

Advanced Life Support Level 1 (ALS1) CALHN - 1 day course (TQEH Campus)

This 1 day course designed to give the candidate the skills for managing a cardiac arrest or other medical emergencies in a clinical setting. The course covers recognition of the critically ill patient, airway management, resuscitation procedures, defibrillation and basic drug therapy. 

The objectives of the ARC Advanced Life Support Level 1: ALS1/ILS Course are to train health care personnel:

  • to manage patients in the immediate periods of crisis aiming to prevent deterioration and cardiopulmonary arrest
  • in common causes and strategies for the prevention of cardiopulmonary arrest, and the ABCDE approach
  • in initial resuscitation and defibrillation (manual and / or AED) and simple airway management
  • to manage patients in cardiopulmonary arrest until arrival of the resuscitation team or expert help
  • to participate as members of the resuscitation team

Please note all courses are held in the Clinical Education Centre at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital


 Course Date  Applications Close
19 February 2019

20 February 2019
Course Full

Course Full
19 March 2019

19 March 2019
12 February 2019

12 February 2019
10 April 2019

11 April 2019
06 March 2019

06 March 2019
14 May 2019

15 May 2019
09 April 2019

09 April 2019
25 June 2019

26 June 2019

21 May 2019

21 May 2019

 

 Cost

Central Adelaide Local Health Network Employee  $77.00
SA Health Employee  $150.00
Full fee paying Applicant   $400.00

Cancellation Policy

  • A minimum of 2 weeks’ notice is required to reschedule or cancel. Consideration of extenuating circumstances will be at the discretion of the Course Director & the Nursing Director, CALHN Nursing Education.
  • Full payment is required in advance of the course.
  • The Certificate and ARC ALS1-ILS Provider Card will be withheld until course fee is paid in full.
  • The Candidate having applied for & being confirmed into a course, gives less than two weeks’ notice or fails to attend will have the total (100%) course fee withheld.
  • If a course is cancelled and the course manual is not returned within two weeks a $50 manual replacement fee applies.

 

CALHN & SA Health employees click here to apply

All other applicants click here to apply

Please return your application to the Royal Adelaide Hospital, CALHN Nursing Education, 5D390

 

Basic Life Support Practical Assessment - Glenside Campus

Basic Life Support Practical Assessment - Glenside Campus

here is no theoretical presentation at this assessment.  This program is practical assessment only.  All staff are required to complete the theoretical component via the CALHN Learning Management System prior to attendance.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the workshop participants will have an increased awareness of:

  • the DRSABCD sequence and be able to demonstrate competency in basic life support
  • when and why the use of an automated external defibrillator is vital for basic life support and have the skills to utilise the equipment
  • WHS issues related to safety of all concerned parties in basic life support situations.

Eligibility / Entry Requirements

This program is limited to CALHN Adult Mental Health Service employees only.

This program is not a walk in service.  Applications must be made and submitted with discipline senior approval.  All applicants will be emailed a confirmation of registration and prior to the session date a further email will be sent identifying a a 1/2 hour timeslot to attend.

Assessment

Assessment via both verbal and practical demonstrations required.  Assessment must be successfully completed to meet the satisfaction of CALHN requirements. CALHN does not endorse use of this skill set outside of their employment.

Dates

(all 1300-1530)

20.11.18

13.12.18

2019

14.2.19

27.2.19

26.3.19

10.4.19

Click here to apply

 

Basic Life Support Blitz CALHN

 Monday 25th February 2019-Friday 1st March 2019

All Clinical Staff Welcome

10 – 15 minute practical BLS assessment

No bookings necessary – walk in

10.00am – 4.00pm

Location:

RAH, Level 5D,  5D363 Bed Simulation Laboratory

Basic Life Support Instructors Workshop CALHN

Pre-requisites

  • Employed as a clinician within CALHN
  • Completed BLS annual 2018 update

Aim of Workshop

To provide an instructional program to formally accredit staff as in-hospital Basic Life Support Instructors within CALHN

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this Instructor program participants will able to:

  • Demonstrate BLS knowledge and skills and be able to deliver BLS updates for staff in the workplace based on the current ARC guidelines
  • Understand the role of the BLS instructor
  • Apply adult teaching principles in the instruction of BLS
  • Support staff with ethical dilemmas and debrief post resuscitation events
  • Explain and apply WHS implications and Infection Control principles

Workshop Content

  • Role of the BLS Instructor
  • Teaching and Assessing BLS
  • Ethical Considerations
  • Care of BLS Equipment
  • WHS Considerations

Assessment Criteria  

  • Completion of the BLS Instructors online module
  • Attendance at 1 day workshop
  • Supervised BLS Instruction session is to be completed within 6 weeks post workshop attendance - may be achieved at the BLS Blitz.

Pre-attendance Completion

  • Completion of BLS Instructors online module
  • Review learning resources on Learning Central – BLS Instructors Area
  • Review Australian Resuscitation Council Website Basic Life Support Guidelines

https://resus.org.au/


Dates

All sessions 0800-1630

DATE

VENUE

APPLICATIONS CLOSE

8th February  2019

 

Royal Adelaide Hospital

25th January 2019

21st February 2019

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

7th February 2019

 

 21st February 2019  Hampstead Rehab Centre  7th February 2019


Click here to Apply

 

Basic Life Support Instructors Update (CALHN)

Aim of Courses

To provide a program to formally update Basic Life Support Instructors as current and competent

Pre-requisites

Employed within CALHN as a current BLS Instructor

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this 2 hour update workshop, participants will:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of current ARC guidelines and an awareness of the role
  • Outline and demonstrate the role of the instructor in teaching and assessing BLS practical competency
  • Review ethical dilemmas and conflicts associated with the teaching and practice of BLS
  • Explain WH&S implications and Infection Control principles relating to the teaching of BLS

Workshop Content

  • Reflective Discussion
  • Teaching and Assessing BLS
  • Resources and Data Management
  • Teaching Skill Stations (incorporated practical update)

Assessment Criteria

Participants must review the ARC Guidelines http://learningcentral.org.au/  prior to attending the update

Participants are required to complete the BLS update online component prior to attending

Date

Time:  1330-1530

DATE

VENUE

APPLICATIONS CLOSE

6th February 2019

RAH

23rd January 2019

13th February 2019

TQEH

30th January 2019

 22nd February 2019  HRC  7th February 2019


Click here to Apply

Clinical Assessment Level I (TQEH Campus)

One day course, 08:00 – 16:30

Dates

 DATE

VENUE

 APPLICATIONS CLOSE

 14 February 2019

TQEH

 29 January 2019

 27 February 2019 (limited spaces)

TQEH

 13 February 2019

 14 March 2019 (limited spaces)

TQEH

 28 February 2019

 3 April 2019 (limited spaces)

TQEH

 27 March 2019

 7 May 2019

TQEH

 23 April 2019

 22 May

TQEH

 08 May 2019

 5 June

TQEH

 22 May 2019

 18 June

TQEH

 4 June 2019


Target audience


Enrolled and Registered Nursing staff currently employed in setting where patient
assessment occurs

Learning Outcomes

 

On completion of the Clinical Assessment Level 1 course the Participant will be

able to: 

  • identify the essential aspects of patient assessment.
  • discuss how Critical Thinking is essential when undertaking a patient Assessment.
  • recognise that the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) standards are essential elements underpinning the assessment process.
  • identify both the ‘Standard 9 - core physiological observation’ required to be measured as well as the other areas to be assessed when performing a thorough ‘head to toes’ assessment of a patient.
  •  discuss the modifications to the assessment process necessary when a patient appears to be deteriorating.
  •  differentiate nursing interventions appropriate for various patient scenarios and the appropriate level of escalation required for each.
  •  as part of a group use the principles of clinical assessment to recognise and respond to a variety of patient scenarios.

 

Registration Form



For further information
Contact: Zoe Robb– Nurse Education Facilitator
Email: zoe.robb@sa.gov.au
Phone: 08 8222 6746

Clinical Skills and Update Days

Open to all staff across CALHN

2019 DATES

DATE

VENUE

APPLICATIONS CLOSE

TIME 

 Wednesday 23rd  January 2019

TQEH

9TH January 2019

 0800 – 1630

 Friday 22nd February 2019

TQEH

8th February 2019

 0800 – 1630

 Wednesday 27th March 2019

TQEH

13th March 2019

 0800 – 1630

 Wednesday 24th April 2019

TQEH

10th April 2019

 0800 – 1630

 Monday 13th  May 2019

TQEH

29th April 2019

 0800 – 1630

 Friday 14th  June 2019

TQEH

31st May 2019

 0800 – 1630

Program Outline

For Further Information Contact:

Peter Teekens Nurse Educator Telephone: 8222 6746
Email: peter.teekens@sa.gov.au


Bookings Essential

Click here to Apply

 

Clozapine One Day Workshop - Glenside Health Services

Clozapine One Day Workshop - Glenside Health Services

Expression of Interest - from Registered Nurses, Pharmacists and Psychiatric Registrars

Prerequisites are

Clozapine online modulehttps://digitalmedia.sahealth.sa.gov.au/course/run/high-risk-medicine-introduction/00-introduction/00-about

Introduction to Metabolic Syndrome https://lms.learningcentral.org.au/course/view.php?id=73

High Risk Medicines https://digitalmedia.sahealth.sa.gov.au/course/run/high-risk-medicine-introduction/00-introduction/00-about

The training will cover all aspects of Clozapine education in relation to the TGA endorsed clozapine protocols, drug interactions, side effect management, adverse event protocols and provide information regarding the SA Health MHD Nurse Led Clozapine Clinics and associated standardised documentation.

Training will cover:

  • The basic drug action.
  • The CPMS protocol
  • The CPMS Data base application and use.
  • SA Health MHD alerts, clozapine monitoring screens and documentation.
  • Clozapine and Physical Health
  • Pathology forms and interpretation.
  • Pharmacy interface
  • The nurse led clinic assessment and consumer participation.
  • ECG’s the basics
  • The structure and medical support for nurse led clinics
  • Adverse Events – support pathways.The clozapine journey pathway case studies.

For SA Health MHD nursing participants a four day supernumerary placement will accompany the course along with an expectation that following completion of the training participants will be available to relieve community clozapine coordinators.

For pharmacists and psychiatric registrars sessional attendance will be available if required.  

Application forms are available from the The Learning Centre or by contacting Kin Takayidza.

Please send your completed manager approved application form to  kin.takayidza@sa.gov.au By Monday 15th July 2018.

Fee for attendance for non SA Health employees is $440.00 inc GST

Please note: A place will be guaranteed upon receipt of prerequites certificates.  Placement is confirmed upon receipt of the completed manager approved application form.

Further Information

Kin Takayidza

ANC MH GP Shared Care

Mental Health Directorate

Metro Local Health Networks

Telephone: (08)70871000

kin.takayidza@sa.gov.au

© Department of Health, Government of South Australia.

All rights reserved.

Date

31.8.18

Click here to apply

 

Conflict Management in the Workplace (RAH Campus)

Aim of course

We spend a great deal of our time at work and it is expected we do this alongside other people, often in workplace teams to achieve a common goal. This doesn’t always go smoothly and we are not always surrounded by people who have good communication and interpersonal skills. Sometimes after challenging experiences we may think to ourselves,’ I wish I could have approached that differently’.

This course has been developed to assist staff to identify and build on behaviours which can enhance interactions with those around them, identifying problematic behaviours and how and when to intervene when disruptive or ineffectual behaviours impact on us.  A further aim of the program is to build on personal insights, skills, and knowledge that may assist us with communicating effectively with others and to do so without exacerbating problem situations.

While this program doesn’t look at clinically driven challenging behaviours, the skills and information you receive will be beneficial in in building positive relationships with colleagues as well as consumers.

The course covers:

  • What is conflict?
  • The impact of conflict
  • Signs and stages of conflict
  • The “back story” of conflict
  • Behaviours in conflict
  • Issues Vs relationships
  • Assertion Vs aggression
  • Self-awareness & awareness of others
  • Understanding communication
  • Active listening & responding
  • Building currency with others

Learning Outcomes

To enable participants to:

  • Identify signs, stages and possible causes of conflict in the workplace
  • Propose basic strategies to deal with one to one workplace conflicts

Use communication skills to facilitate constructive responses to conflict in the workplace

Entry requirements:  Nil.

All learning resources provided on the day

 

Dates

Venue:  RAH

Time: 9.00am – 4.00pm

                                 

Date

Applications close

 14th March 2019

 25th February 2019

 2nd May 2019

 23rd April 2019

 12th June 2019

 27th May 2019



Click here to Apply


Workshop/Program Coordinator

For further information contact: Douglas Blazely, Staff Development Consultant

Royal Adelaide Hospital 7074 3766  douglas.blazely@sa.gov.au



 

Connecting with People - Suicide Response Training (Glenside Campus)

Connecting with People - Suicide Response Training (Glenside Campus)

Workshop Aim

SA Health is leading the delivery of Connecting with People training in South Australia. Connecting with People is an internationally recognised, evidence-based suicide and self-harm mitigation and prevention training program for clinical staff.

The training is provided by accredited Connecting with People trainers to promote the provision of a standard approach to suicide mitigation and treatment across the State, as part of the South Australian Suicide Prevention Plan 2017 – 2021.

Learning Outcomes

Each participant will complete ‘Connecting with People’ modules;

Suicide Response Part 1

  • This module covers safe assessment, triage, non-government and community support and the co-creation of an immediate safety plan.
  • It is suitable for any front line professionals working in health care.
  • At the end of the module participants will be able to use the clinical resources to enhance their assessment and safe triage of a suicidal individual. They will have the skills to co-create an immediate safety plan.

Suicide Response Part 2

  • This module covers how to develop a collaborative and transparent approach to mitigating suicide risk and how to increase a person’s resilience to suicidal thoughts
  • It is suitable for front line professionals with an ongoing relationship with people experiencing suicidal thoughts.
  • At the end of the module participants will be able to create a comprehensive, person-centred bio-psychosocial suicide mitigation plan, collaboratively engage in a comprehensive social support mapping exercise and be able to help people develop strategies to increase their resilience to suicidal thoughts.

Pre-Readings

Click here for pre-readings

Eligibility / Entry Requirements

This session is suitable for mental health clinical staff only.  Applications authorised by relevant discipline senior must be completed and forwarded to The Learning Centre.

 

Further Information

Bernie Stefan-Rasmus

BPSO Lead, Mental Health Directorate

Central Adelaide Local Health Network

Telephone:  (08) 7087 1804

Email:  bernie.stefan-rasmus@sa.gov.au

 

Date

(0900-1600)

6.2.19

28.2.19

18.3.19

28.3.19

11.4.19

29.4.19

Click here to apply

 

Connecting with People - Compassion at Work (Glenside Health Services)

Connecting with People - Compassion at Work (Glenside Health Services)

Workshop Aim

SA Health is leading the delivery of Connecting with People training in South Australia. Connecting with People is an internationally recognised, evidence-based suicide and self-harm mitigation and prevention training program for clinical staff.

Learning Outcomes

Each participant will complete ‘Connecting with People’ Compassion at Work module.

Compassion at Work

This module aims to enhance understanding of the positive impact that a compassionate approach can have in health care settings. It explores the evidence base for enhanced outcomes through compassion, understanding the barriers to delivering compassionate care and identifying ways to overcome them.

At the end of the module participants will be able to;

  • understand what can facilitate a compassionate approach;
  • understand how to mitigate the barriers to providing compassionate care in a demanding and time-pressured environment;
  • understand the importance of self-care and healthy organisations in order to sustain compassionate practice and reduce burn out

Eligibility / Entry Requirements

This training is suitable for clinical and non-clinical staff.

Training Location

This training will be conducted in the Admin and Learning Services Building, Glenside Health Services.

Further Information

Bernie Stefan-Rasmus

BPSO Lead, Mental Health Directorate

Central Adelaide Local Health Network

Telephone:  (08) 7087 1804

Email:  bernie.stefan-rasmus@sa.gov.au

 

Date

(1400-1630)

24.4.18

31.5.18

Click here to apply

 

Cultural Safety Training

Cultural Safety is a Philosophy of Practice based about how a health professional does something, not [just] what they do….. 

Cultural safety represents a philosophical shift from providing care regardless of differences to care that takes account of people’s unique needs…..

(Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives (CATSINaM) 2018)

 

This is a Professional Development opportunity aimed at Clinical Champions of all disciplines from each of the Cancer, Emergency Department, Cardiology and Renal Directorates involved in supporting the Aboriginal Torres Strait Islanders Health Practioners.

 

Workshops are delivered by Cultural Respect Training Consultants and will be held at the:

Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia

220 Franklin Street, Adelaide South Australia

 

There are three workshops being offered & training will occur over 2 days:

Workshop

Dates

APPLICATONS CLOSE

Time

Workshop 1

April 5th and 12th 2019

22nd March 2019

0930 to 1630

Workshop 2

May 21st and 28th 2019

7th May 2019

0930 to 1630

Workshop 3

June 13th and 20th 2019

30th May 2019

0930 to 1630

 

For Further Information Contact:

 

Mandy Gallacher, Nurse Educator

Telephone:  82227531 or pager:  #47995

Email: mandy.gallacher@sa.gov.au

 

Click here to Apply

Bookings Essential

Please complete the Booking Form attached and return to NursingEducation.Application@sa.gov.au

 

We acknowledge the traditional owners of country throughout Australia, and the continuing connection to land and community. We pay our respects to Elders, both past and present.


Enrolled Nurses & ATSI Health Practitioners Development Day 2019

Open to ALL Enrolled Nurses & ATSI Health Practitioners across CALHN

Program to be advised nearer time, will include peer presentations, updates and topics and challenges relevant to the Enrolled Nurse Role

Opportunity to share professional experiences, issues & challenges facing the Enrolled Nurses

Commencing at 0800- 1630 Finishing

Dates

DATE

VENUE

APPLICATONS CLOSE

 Monday April 15th 2019

 TQEH     Level 5A

 1st April 2019

 Monday April 29th 2019

 RAH       Level 7D

 15th April 2019

 Thursday July 4th 2019

 TQEH     Level 5A

 18th July 2019

 Thursday July 25th 2019

 RAH       Level 7D

 9th July 2019

 Wednesday October  23rd 2019

 TQEH     Level 5A

 8th October 2019

 Wednesday November 6th 2019

 RAH       Level 7D

 22nd October 2019


For Further Information Please Contact:

Mandy Gallacher, Nurse Educator

Telephone:  82227531 or pager:  #47995

Email: mandy.gallacher@sa.gov.au


Click here to Apply

Bookings Essential

Please complete the Booking Form attached and return to NursingEducation.Application@sa.gov.au


Drug & Alcohol Symposium

for Inpatient Mental Health Services & Emergency Department Staff


Eligibility / Entry Requirements

This education session is most suitable for:

·        QEH - Mental Health Short Stay,

·        QEH - Psychiatric Consultation Liaison,

·        QEH - Crammond (Open and PICU), and

·        Emergency Department staff of both the RAH & QEH

Program Timetable 

Time

Topic

Speaker

8.50 – 9.20

Arrival & Registration

 

9.20 – 9.30

Welcome
Acknowledgement to Country
Housekeeping & Program Overview

Service Manager – Western Mental Health Services – TBC

9.30 – 9.50

“Methamphetamines”
- What is it?
- Prevalence and current trends
- Implications for Mental Health & Emergency Services

Vita Berghout
Co-morbidity Specialist – Eastern Mental Health Services – CALHN

9.50 – 10.50

“Neuroanatomy & Psychopharmacology of Drugs & Alcohol: Methamphetamine Edition”
- Effect of Methamphetamines upon neurotransmitters
- Acute & longer term effects of Methamphetamine use
- The processes of neuroadaptation underpinning tolerance, physical dependence and withdrawal
- Methamphetamine withdrawal symptomatology
- Drug interactions to be aware of
- Links between the biological, psychological and social

Vita Berghout
Co-morbidity Specialist – Eastern Mental Health Services – CALHN

10.50 – 11.15

Tea Break

 

11.15 – 12.15

“Management of Methamphetamine Withdrawal”
- Withdrawal Medication Management
- Withdrawal Observations
- General withdrawal management principles
- Diagnostic dilemmas

Dr Chris Holmwood
Addiction Medicine Specialist
Director – Primary & Tertiary Liaison – DASSA

12.15 – 13.15

“Management of Alcohol Withdrawal”
- Withdrawal symptomatology
- Wernicke’s Encephalopathy
- Delirium Tremens
- Assessing risk & Severity of withdrawal
- Withdrawal management
- How to use the CIWA-Ar
- Medications for withdrawal management
- Potential hazards/complications

Dr Chris Holmwood
Addiction Medicine Specialist
Director – Primary & Tertiary Liaison – DASSA

13.15 – 14.15

Lunch

 

14.15 – 14.45

Where to from here? Treatment Options
 

Sam Raven
Senior Policy & Project Officer – SANDAS - TBC

14.45 – 15.55

Referral Options
Service Providers Panel
Plus 10 minutes for Question Time

Representatives from:
- Drug Arm SA
- Uniting Communities:
New Roads - Residential & Outreach Alcohol & Drug Service
- CentaCare
  •Drug & Alcohol Service
  •Integrated Youth   
   Substance Misuse Service
  •Kids in Focus
- Salvation Army - Towards Independence
- Family Drug Support
- OARS – Community Transitions
 
Panellists - TBC
 
Facilitator: Vita Berghout
 

15.55 – 16.15

Evaluation & Closing Remarks

 


Date, Location and Time 

Thursday, 31 January 2019, Main Lecture Theatre, Medical Education Area, Level 2, TQEH.

Registration commences 0850, program commencement 0920, program conclusion 1615.


Convener 

Vita Berghout, Co-morbidity Specialist, ECMHS

Contact 7425 5479

Email:  vita.berghout@sa.gov.au


Application to Attend

Click here to apply.

Please note the "submit" button may not work on some computers.  This is due to a Google / Adobe Acrobat / PDF conflict error.  If the completed application form does not attach to an email when the "submit" button is clicked, please save the completed application form and email to MentalHealthLearningCentre@health.sa.gov.au


Falls Leader Professional Development Day

An interactive and proactive day for NEW Falls Leaders from all disciplines to develop the key foundational knowledge and expertise to fulfil the expectations of the role within individual areas.

 

Intended Learning Outcomes

Develop an awareness of the SA Health and CALHN policies, procedures, OWI’s, toolkits and resources that promote falls risk minimisation.
Increase knowledge and understanding regarding falls and harm from falls.

Understand the multifactorial actions that can reduce the incidence of falls and harm from falls by managing and modifying the risk factors.

Identify actions to engage the older person in preventing falls and harm from falls.

Understand responsibilities and expectations of a Falls Leader.

Develop an understanding of the quality improvement process and how falls initiatives can help to improve patient outcomes.

Develop a support network and share ideas.

Prior to attendance you are expected to complete the SA Health Falls Prevention online learning module via CALHN Learning Central.

In addition to this, please explore the following websites: 

Falls SA page via:

www.fallssa.com.au

SA Health Falls Prevention policy directive and toolkit via:

https://www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/public+content/sa+health+internet/clinical+resources/clinical+topics/falls+prevention/falls+prevention+policy+directive+and+toolkit

CALHN Intranet > Services > Safety, Quality and Risk Management via:

http://intra.fmc.sa.gov.au/calhnqualityregister/

Familiarise yourself with your Ward / Directorate Action Plan for Falls Prevention.

Speak to your NUM if you are not aware of this already.

Know your Safety and Quality Supports.

Again, speak to your NUM if you need assistance with this.

 

For further information please contact:

Anna Jones - email anna.jones@sa.gov.au

Sue Hutton - email sue.hutton@ sa.gov.au

Program Date

6 March 2019, 8.30am - 4.30pm Royal Adelaide Hospital - Applications close 22 February 2019

 

Click here to Apply

 

 

Introduction to Cardiac Monitoring and ECG Analysis (TQEH Campus)

 

 

Dates

Applications Close

Time

 Friday 22nd March 2019

1st  March 2019

08:00 to 16:30

 Friday 12th April 2019

22nd March 2019

08:00 to 16:30

 

 

 

 

CONTENT

A one day module for all staff members requiring familiarisation with the Cardiac Monitoring process. Rhythm strip and 12 lead ECG analysis will be covered as well as the practicalities of effective monitoring.


The topics covered include:
Anatomy and physiology
Normal sinus rhythm
Arrhythmias
Acute Coronary Syndrome
Infarction and Ischaemia
The 12 lead ECG
Practical applications

 

 

For Further Information Contact:

David Cunningham, Education Facilitator

Telephone:  8222 7313 or pager:  #47866

Email: david.cunningham@sa.gov.au

 

 

Bookings Essential

Places on the module are strictly limited (20 candidates per module)


Module documents (workbook, notes and timetable) will be sent out a minimum of two weeks before the course.

 

Incomplete forms will be returned to the applicant and bookings will not be processed until the form is completed

 

Please complete the Booking Form attached and return to NursingEducation.Application@sa.gov.au 

 

Click here to Apply

 

 

 

 

 

 

Long Acting Intramuscular (LAI) Train the Trainer Workshops - Mental Health Services

Long Acting Intramuscular (LAI) Train the Trainer Workshops - Mental Health Services

Workshop Aim

We are calling for nominations for trainers from all five local health networks (LHN’s). Trainers will assist in the development of the training program and then refresh nurses within their LHN in LAI injection techniques.

Learning Outcomes

A South Australian 2006 Coroner’s inquest highlighted a case of a consumer who was receiving regular depot medication. It was noted after a tragic event involving the death of another person that the consumer had very low plasma blood levels of antipsychotic medication. At issue was the person’s size which may have been an impediment to the effective delivery of the depot medication. Increased body weight is an issue for mental health consumers with 40% being in the obese weight range1. This raises issues about effective depot technique.

The training group (6-10) will participate in the training program that has been put together by the project team. The program is split into three parts;

  • A review of LAI injections used, pharmacology of antipsychotics and current medications in use and their delivery techniques.
  • Site selection, anatomical markers, injection technique and safety
  • Accreditation in practice, assessment of 5 intramuscular injections including 2 deltoid and 2 ventrogluteal.

Suitable For

Expression of interest for Nurses and Medical Staff to nominate as LAI Injection Refresher Trainers for their LHN’s.

Clinical Practice Consultants, Medication Clinic Coordinators, Clinical Facilitators, Nurse Education Facilitators, Clinical Nurses, Practice Nurses and Medical Staff are invited to express their interest in becoming LAI injection refresher trainers.

Reference

  1. Lambert, Velakoulis & Pantelis MJA 2003; 178 (9 Suppl) : S67-S70

Malkin, B 2008, 'Are techniques used for intramuscular injection based on research evidence?', Nursing times, vol. 104, no. 50-51, p. 48.

Convenor

Bernie Stefan-Rasmus

bernie.stefan-rasmus@sa.gov.au

Date and Time


13.2.19, 0830-1230

Click here to apply

 

Managing Actual & Potential Aggression (MAPA) Training - Glenside Health Services

Managing Actual & Potential Aggression (MAPA) Training - Glenside Health Services

Full Day, Refresher and Advanced


Course Information

This training is offered in place of the previously delivered Non Violent Crisis Intervention (NVCI).

Commencement time for this program is 0815 hours, concluding approximately 1600 hours.  Any staff registered to attend who arrive late will be asked to return to their workplace and re-register to attend the session at another time.

Course Objectives

The programme delivers a solid foundation based on the philosophy of providing the best Care, Welfare, Safety, and SecuritySM for staff and those in your care that:

  • Focuses on prevention, deceleration and avoidance.
  • Addresses the risks of physical interventions.
  • Teaches safe, non-harmful interventions.
  • Offers proven post-incident strategies to prevent future crises

Eligibility / Entry Requirements

This program is on offer to CALHN Staff only.

Program Co-ordinator

David Lao, Nurse Educator, The Learning Centre, Glenside Health Services.

Training Location

All training will be conducted in the Admin and Learning Services Building, Glenside Health Services.

Dates

Full Day Sessions

(0815-1630)

Refresher Sessions

(0815-1230)

Advanced Sessions

(0815-1630)

19.2.19

27.3.19

30.4.19

21.2.19

21.3.19

4.4.19

26.2.19

20.3.19

9.4.19

 


Click here to apply

 

MAPA - Managing Actual and Potential Aggression (CALHN)

This programme has been designed to enhance your understanding and management of disruptive, aggressive, and/or violent behaviour and aims to ensure that everyone involved in crisis situations can maintain the Care, Welfare, Safety and Security of all involved.

The programme will be delivered to you within a legal and professional framework consistent with current national standards, our organisation’s policies and guidance, and current research, as well as recognised best practices.  By the end of the programme, you will have explored and developed a range of psychological and physiological responses to behaviour that will enable you to minimise the potential harm disruptive, aggressive, and/or violent behaviour can cause.

The ultimate focus of this event is to ensure that you gain the essential knowledge, skills and confidence to prevent and deescalate crisis situations so that restrictive practices can be avoided.  Additionally, this programme will ensure that you  have the necessary skills to manage risk behaviour when it does occur, using a range of MAPA physical interventions that aim to minimise risk without damaging the professional and supportive relationship you have established with the individuals in your care.

Available to CALHN employees only

Please note there will be a $35 fee for the MAPA Workbook provided at the course.

Dates

CALHN Staff can attend at any CALHN site.

Time:  0800-1630

JANUARY TO JUNE 2019

DATE

VENUE

APPLICATIONS CLOSE

24th January 2019

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

9th January 2019

31st January 2019

Royal Adelaide Hospital

17th January 2019

5th February 2019

Royal Adelaide Hospital

22nd January 2019

13th February 2019

Royal Adelaide Hospital

30th January 2019

14th February 2019

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

1st February 2019

15th February 2019

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

1st February 2019

21st February 2019

Royal Adelaide Hospital

7th February 2019

5th March 2019

Royal Adelaide Hospital

19th February 2019

13th March 2019

Royal Adelaide Hospital

27th February 2019

14th March 2019

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

28th February 2019

22nd  March 2019

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

13th March 2019

2nd April 2019

Royal Adelaide Hospital

19th March 2019

9th April 2019

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

26th March 2019

10th April 2019

Royal Adelaide Hospital

28th March 2019

18th April 2019

Royal Adelaide Hospital

4th April 2019

24th April 2019

Royal Adelaide Hospital

10th April 2019

1st May 2019

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

17th April 2019

15th  May 2019

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

30th April 2019

29th May 2019

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

15th May 2019

30th May 2019

Royal Adelaide Hospital

16th May 2019

12th  June 2019

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

28th May 2019

19th June 2019

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

 5th June 2019


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Methamphetamine Training

Methamphetamine Training

Methamphetamine Training for Mental Health Triage Staff

 

“Methamphetamines: What is it & what is its prevalence?”

 Learning Outcomes:

This presentation is aimed to assist participants to understand:

 

  •  The nature of Methamphetamines,
  •  The prevalence of its use within the Australian context,
  •  Trends and recent changes, and
  •  The impact for emergency and health care service providers.

 

“Neuroanatomy & Psychopharmacology of Drugs & Alcohol –Methamphetamine Edition”

 Learning Outcomes:

This presentation aims to provide:

 

  • An introduction to the Nervous System, and how our bodies communicate
  • The psychopharmacology of Methamphetamines
  • Information RE the acute and longer term effects and harms associated with Methamphetamine use
  • An explanation of the processes of neuroadaptation that underpin tolerance, physical dependence and withdrawal
  • An understanding of Methamphetamine withdrawal
  • A brief introduction to the psychological and social aspects of dependence


 “Management of Calls related to possible Methamphetamine use”

 Learning Outcomes:

This presentation covers:

  •  Management of the intoxicated caller
  •  Management of amphetamine induced/exacerbated psychosis
  •  Some of the critical drug interactions and complications to be aware of
  •  Why and how to conduct a Drug & Alcohol assessment
  •  Harm Minimization strategies
  •  Other potential telephone interventions
  •  A word on when to call who


 Eligibility / Entry Requirements

This program is primarily written for Mental Health Triage staff, however other staff that this training may be relevant for are welcome to attend.  Priority will be given to Mental Health Triage staff.


Dates, Times and Location

28 June 2018, 1330-1630, Admin & Learning Services Building, Glenside Health Services.

3 July 2018, 0930-1230, Admin & Learning Services Building, Glenside Health Services.


Click here to apply


Nursing Leadership '4R' 3 Day Professional Development Program


Open to ALL Level 3 NUM’s across CALHN

The Nursing Leadership '4R' 3 Day Program 2019 has been designed to deliver face to face education to all new CALHN NUM’s (as priority) and other NUM’s who want to develop or enhance development of key foundational knowledge, skills and attitudes required within this role.   

The program consists of three one day sessions held over three consecutive weeks. Particular focus has been applied to enhance the quality and value of what we do.

In particular the days will focus on the role of the NUM in relation to recruitment, rostering, rounding and reporting.

The program was piloted in November 2018, and has been refined following feedback from participants, and to align with the organisations priorities as identified within the CALHN organisational and financial recovery plan, http://inside.sahealth.sa.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/non-public+content/sa+health+intranet/central+adelaide+lhn/about+central+adelaide+local+health+network/news/organisational+and+financial+recovery+plan and CALHN Executive Director of Nursing’s; Nursing Vision and Core Values.

For an application, click onto the link below.

Program Dates:

1, 8, 15 August 2019 - Applications close Friday 19th July 2019
1, 8, 15 November 2019 - Applications close Friday 18th October 2019

Click here to apply

 

 

Person and Family Centred Care, Practice Guideline Champion Training (RAH Campus)

Date

Refer to details under Training schedule for areas training is open to

17 January 2019 - CANCELLED

31 January 2019

19 February 2019

12 March 2019

One day course, 08:00 – 16:30

30 places available per training day.


Training Schedule

Please note: training will be available to all areas of the RAH over the next 12 months.

Click here for full training schedule.

If your area is not identified, please contact Sue Hutton via RAH.BPG@sa.gov.au

Training is currently open to the following areas:

Dec - Jan

Feb - Mar

8E.1 Resp / Thor Med

6F.1 Uro/plastic/gen surg

8E.2 Gen Surgical

6F.2 Plasics/ Derm/uro/gen surg

7G.1 Vascular

6G.1 Neurosurg

7G.2 Burns

6G.2 ENT/Eyes/Facial

7E.1&2 Cancer

6G.3 Med Specs

6E.1 &2 Cancer

4F.1 Cardiothoracic

5G.3 Spinal

4G Zone 3 CVIU

 cardiac pre/post op

4G Zone  4 & 5

3C Medical Imaging

OPD

3C Medical Day Treatment




Target audience

All Nursing, Medical and Allied Health Staff who have an interest in providing clinical leadership for person and family centred care.

 

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the PFCC BPG Champion Training the Participant will be able to:

  • Describe, demonstrate and integrate the core principles of Person and Family Centred Care
  • Describe the relationship between Person and Family Centred Care and NSQHS Partnering with Consumers Standard 2
  • Share learning’s about Person and Family Centred Care and facilitate knowledge transfer to others within their practice setting
  • Be able to actively participate and contribute in BPG related implementation, evaluation, and sustainability activities at wing/service level
  • Know how to access further information, resources and learning opportunities on Person and Family Centred Care, including e-learning modules

 

Click here for Application Form

 

CALHN Nursing Education

5D390, Level 5, Royal Adelaide Hospital     

Email: rah.staffdev@sa.gov.au      

Phone: 70743500

All applicants will be notified of acceptance to the program by RAH Learning and Development

 


For further information
Contact: Sue Hutton – PFCC BPG Lead RAH
Email: RAH.BPG@sa.gov.au
Phone: 0466 169 590


Person and Family Centred Care, Practice Guideline Champion Training (TQEH Campus)

Dates

One day course, 08:00 – 16:30


DATE

VENUE

APPLICATIONS CLOSE

 Friday 18th January 2019


COURSE CANCELLED.

 Wednesday 13th February 2019

TQEH

30th January 2019

 Friday 15th March 2019

TQEH

1st March 2019

 Thursday 18th April 2019

TQEH

3rd April 2019

 Friday 24th May 2019

TQEH

10th May 2019

 Friday 21st June 2019

TQEH

5th June 2019



Target audience

All Nursing, Medical and Allied Health Staff who have an interest in providing clinical leadership for person and family centred care.

 

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the PFCC BPG Champion Training the Participant will be able to:

  • Describe, demonstrate and integrate the core principles of Person and Family Centred Care
  • Describe the relationship between Person and Family Centred Care and NSQHS Partnering with Consumers Standard 2
  • Share learning’s about Person and Family Centred Care and facilitate knowledge transfer to others within their practice setting
  • Be able to actively participate and contribute in BPG related implementation, evaluation, and sustainability activities at wing/service level
  • Know how to access further information, resources and learning opportunities on Person and Family Centred Care, including e-learning modules

 

Click here to Apply


Enquiries

Sharon Berry BPSO Clinical Lead

Email:   Sharon.berry@health.sa.gov.au

Respectful Behaviours

Respectful Behaviours

Program details

This program can be designed with the requesting Manager and could include the following details:

Participants may reflect on their own perspectives of respectful behaviours.    They may be given the opportunity to explore the different theories on communicating respectfully and learn how many communication theories can be similar and sometimes challenging.  They may also be able to appreciate the use of respectful behaviours in their communication styles in order to improve their employment circumstances.

Please contact the facilitator Mary Wagner – mary.wagner@sa.gov.au  to arrange a session.

 

Skin and Wound Basics Workshop CALHN

Open to all nurses, nursing students, medical staff and allied health professionals.

This one-day program aims to provide clinical staff with the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills in skin assessment and care, wound management and pressure injury prevention and management with the emphasis on clinical application, customer focus and positive patient outcomes.

Staff with an interest in Wound Management are encouraged to become a 

Skin and Wound Assessment Team (SWAT) member for their clinical area.

DATES CAMPUS TIME APPLICATIONS CLOSE
  Monday 4th March 2019  TQEH  0800-163015th February 2019


Pre-Requisite

  • Hand Hygiene Module within previous 12 months
  • Learning Central Aseptic Technique
  • Skin and wound care modules TBA

Overview

  • Principles of healing and factors influencing healing
  • Assessment and holistic care of patient’s skin and wounds
  • Pressure Injury risk assessment, prevention and management
  • Documentation and Interactive wound management 

Click here to Apply

Enquiries

Gloria Munro | Gloria.Munro@sa.gov.au

Karen Simunov/ Karen.Simunov@sa.gov.au

 

Teaching in the Workplace (RAH Campus)

Teaching in the Workplace (RAH Campus)

Workshop/Program Aim:

To provide an interactive program that supports the development of knowledge and skills when teaching in the workplace. Content is delivered face to face in classroom environment as well as completing two short activities prior to attendance. (Taking Approx. a half hour)

Pre-requisites

Completion of pre attendance activities, these will be emailed to you upon application for the course

Suitable Applicants

Employed within Central Adelaide Local Health Network and actively involved in workplace teaching.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will be able to design interactive strategies to enhance teaching and learning practice while taking into account adult learning principles and learning styles for greater up-take and retention of knowledge and skills.

Workshop Content

  • Setting the scene for learning
  • Learning Styles and Adult Learning Principles
  • Experiential  teaching strategies
  • Use of questioning for learning
  • Planning training sessions
  • Providing feedback to learners
  • Understanding and utilising the communication process

Date

Venue: RAH

Time: 0800-1600


DATE

APPLICATIONS CLOSE

7th March 2019

18th February 2019

3rd April 2019

18th March 2019

28th May 2019

13th May 2019

27th June 2019

11th June 2019




Workshop/Program Coordinator

For further information contact: Douglas Blazely, Staff Development Consultant

Royal Adelaide Hospital 7074 3766  douglas.blazely@sa.gov.au

Prior to submitting your application, please ensure your application has been approved by your Manager (if attending in work time).


Click here to Apply

 

Team culture understand it, develop it

The aim of this course is to raise awareness of group dynamics in a team situation and explore and practice strategies for effective team work.

Learning Outcomes

> Identify influences on effective team work
> Identify preferred styles of working with others
> Strategies for creating effective teams

Dates

Venue: Royal Adelaide Hospital

Time:  0900-1200

Date

Applications Close

13th February 2019

29th January 2019

20th March 2019

4th March 2019

22nd May 2019

6th May 2019

19th June 2019

3rd June 2019


Prior to submitting your application, please ensure your application has been approved by your Manager (if attending in work time).

Click here to Apply


 

Tracheostomy Management – Practical Session CALHN

Aim

This education program aims to provide health care professionals with the framework to guide attainment of accreditation in tracheostomy management and deliver the theoretical components necessary to ground your practice in the care of a patient with a tracheostomy. Annual accreditation is required.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the Principles of Basic Tracheostomy Management online resource and practical session the learner will be able to identify:
  • Important legal, professional and ethical issues related to patient care, including tracheostomy management
  • Anatomy and physiology of the trachea and surrounding structures and the specific features of tracheostomy tubes
  • Indications and purpose for a tracheostomy
  • Routine and emergency tracheostomy care
  • Local policy and guidelines associated with the care of patients who have a tracheostomy or total laryngectomy.

Assessment

  1. Complete the online learning modules prior to attending the practical session. You will need to achieve 100% for successful completion.
  2. Attend and actively participate in a Tracheostomy Management practical session.

Eligibility/Entry requirements

CALHN Registered Nurses & Enrolled Nurses

The online modules must be completed prior to participation in the two hour practical session.

Healthcare professionals currently employed in tracheostomy cohort wards.

Dates

Once maximum numbers have been reached for each session applications will close

All sessions held 1330-1530 at  the Royal Adelaide Hospital


Dates

Day

31 January 

Thursday
07 February Thursday

19 February

Tuesday

07 March

Thursday

19 March

Tuesday

04 April

Thursday

30 April

Tuesday

16 May

Thursday

28 May

Tuesday

13 June

Thursday

25 June

Tuesday


Click here to Apply


For further information contact

Kat Hite - kat.hite@sa.gov.au



 

Vascular Access Program: Venepuncture / Peripheral Intravascular Device Insertion (PIVD) Practical Sessions (RAH Campus)

Vascular Access Program: Venepuncture / Peripheral Intravascular Device Insertion (PIVD) Practical Sessions (RAH Campus)

Aim

These education programs aim to provide health care professionals with knowledge and skills to competently and confidently perform Venepuncture and/ or PIVD insertion. Annual accreditation is required.

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of all components the learner will be able to:

  • Identify important legal, professional and ethical issues related to procedures and devices used to access the venous system
  • Define VAD / procedure terminology and abbreviations
  • Locate OWI’s related to the devices and procedures included in this learning package
  • Discuss the anatomy and physiology of the venous system
  • Understand the indications for Venepuncture and / or  PIVD insertion
  • Articulate the factors to be considered when selecting a site for Venepuncture /PIVC / CVAD placement and the sites not recommended for selection
  • Identify the potential complications associated with vascular access devices / procedures and the strategies to prevent complications
  • Outline the responsibilities for minimising the risk of infection and work health and safety issues related to venous access devices / procedures.

Assessment

  1. Complete the online learning modules prior to attending the practical session. You will need to achieve 100% for successful completion.
  2. Attend and actively participate in Venepuncture and/or PIVD Insertion practical session.

Eligibility/Entry requirements

CALHN Multidisciplinary clinical staff whose scope of practice requires these skills.

All learning packages/modules must be completed prior to booking a practical session. 

Click here for Vascular Access Program

VENEPUNCTURE:  tina.grasso@sa.gov.au

PIVD:  darin.baldock@sa.gov.au

Venue        Royal Adelaide Hospital

V.A.C Therapy Skills Training

This course is endorsed by the Australian College of Nursing and is intended for acute and community clinicians in wound care

Learning Objectives for this workshop include:

  • Understanding the Mechanisms of Action and science supporting V.A.C.® Therapy  & V.A.C. VERAFLO™ Therapy
  • Identify the role of V.A.C.® Therapy  & V.A.C. VERAFLO™ Therapy in wound healing
  • Identify V.A.C.® Therapy  & V.A.C. VERAFLO™ Therapy  dressing range
  • Increase confidence in application of V.A.C.® Therapy  & V.A.C. VERAFLO™ Therapy
  • Increase confidence in using V.A.C.® Therapy devices and troubleshooting
  • Identify how to optimise use of V.A.C.® Therapy  & V.A.C. VERAFLO™ Therapy
  • Identify the appropriate use of complimentary dressings with NPWT

Facilitator:   Sue Pascoe, KCI Medical

This complimentary course is sponsored by KCI Medical


Dates

All sessions held at RAH from 0800-1630

28th March 2019 - Applications close 12th March 2019

15th May 2019 - Applications close 1st May 2019


Click here to Apply

Please note staff are responsible to apply for their own study leave

CPD Hours - 6


For more information, please email Sue Pascoe at: sue.pascoe@acelity.com or

Karen Seaton: karen.seaton@sa.gov.au