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Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disorders: What you need to know $25.00
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Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disorders: What you need to know

July 22, 2019 / No Comments

Overview This webinar by Sarah Gray, Founder, and President of ausEE Inc. will explain the different types of Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disorders (EGIDs), the symptoms, diagnosis process and current treatment options.   Relevance Although many nurses may work with patients who have gastrointestinal disorders, Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disorders are an area where…

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  • 41 Students
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The Application of Attachment Theory to Paediatric Nursing $25.00
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The Application of Attachment Theory to Paediatric Nursing

May 29, 2019 / No Comments

SUMMARY At its core healthcare is relational. Attachment is the study of relationships. There are universal strategies of attachment that are activated under stress, that have been categorised as secure and insecure. Medical intervention will likely activate secure or insecure attachment behaviours. This webinar will provide an overview of attachment…

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Asthma Update $25.00
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Asthma Update

May 29, 2019 / No Comments

Overview The webinar will provide an update on paediatric asthma management in line with the Australian Asthma Handbook V 2.0 guidelines which were released in March 2019. Topics include asthma overview, diagnosis and management, medications and device and spacer use.   Relevance Asthma is a common chronic respiratory issue seen…

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  • 45 Students
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Paediatric Nursing in Low Resource Settings $25.00
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Paediatric Nursing in Low Resource Settings

April 14, 2019 / No Comments

Overview                                                                              This session will provide a basic overview of paediatric health globally and we will consider how various settings can teach us and remind us about basic assessment, management and early detection of the sick paediatric patient. We will explore some of the disease processes that are becoming more apparent…

  • Teacher Brooke
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  • 53 Students
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Brooke
Immunisation Update: Changes to the Australian National Immunisation Program Schedule $25.00
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Immunisation Update: Changes to the Australian National Immunisation Program Schedule

February 14, 2019 / No Comments

Overview This webinar has been developed to provide Immunisation Program Nurses and other nurses administering vaccines with an update on the following topics: how vaccines work, recent changes to the Australian NIP (including information about the new vaccines and the reasons for the schedule changes), vaccinating special and at-risk populations…

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Meryl Jones
Needle Fear Solutions (aka New Knowledge & Novel Solutions for Paediatric Needle Pain) $25.00
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Needle Fear Solutions (aka New Knowledge & Novel Solutions for Paediatric Needle Pain)

February 14, 2019 / No Comments

Overview In this webinar, Dr Amy Baxter, the paediatric emergency physician and brains behind Buzzy, shares with us the research behind pain and the negative effects of poorly managed pain on subsequent procedures. We will address pediatric medical procedures and the state of the art in reducing the impact of…

  • Teacher Brooke
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  • 63 Students
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Music for Clinical & Non-Clinical Settings $25.00
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Music for Clinical & Non-Clinical Settings

February 2, 2019 / No Comments

Overview This webinar will give you an insight into the benefits of music in the clinical and non-clinical setting.  Music can aid patient compliance, reduce anxiety, and improve clinical outcomes for earlier discharge. Relevance Music is an evidence-based intervention, however, many hospitals and clinics will not have formal access to…

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Deb Herdman
Child Centered Play in Healthcare Settings $25.00
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Child Centered Play in Healthcare Settings

January 28, 2019 / No Comments

Overview Child-centered play is a powerful tool for building relationships and supporting development and healing. It provides a wonderful bridge of trust between healthcare providers and paediatric patients and their families. Whether participants seek to deepen their work with children, model these skills for caregivers, or learn skills to use…

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  • 61 Students
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Brooke
Food Readiness & Fussy Eaters $25.00
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Food Readiness & Fussy Eaters

January 17, 2019 / No Comments

Overview The process of introducing solids can be challenging for children and parents/caregivers alike. Exploring some developmental stages to assist parents/caregivers around feeding cues (engagement and non-engagement) may provide some strategies to support the process.   Relevance Providing a well-balanced nutritious diet to our children is becoming very difficult for…

Failure to Thrive $25.00
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Failure to Thrive

January 16, 2019 / No Comments

Overview ‘Failure to Thrive’ (FTT) is a term used when an infant is not able to obtain the calories required for growth or is unable to utilise the available calories for growth. A child’s weight is used to identify the child with FTT and is based on a persistent deviation…

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