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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…

  • Teacher Brooke
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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…

Shift Work Nutrition Fundamentals $25.00
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Shift Work Nutrition Fundamentals

January 16, 2019 / No Comments

Overview This webinar includes information on nutrition, that is tailored specifically for shift workers.  It addresses key areas including how to obtain better sleep, and why eating in accordance with our daily circadian rhythms, is important for weight regulation and optimizing gut health.  Understanding these basic shift work nutrition fundamentals…

Eczema & other Childhood Skin Issues $25.00
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Eczema & other Childhood Skin Issues

January 15, 2019 / No Comments

Course Overview In this webinar, we will be discussing common skin complaints in childhood with a focus on holistic approaches in eczema care. This will include the use of wet dressings, bleach baths, best products and a family centred approach to eczema management. Later in the webinar, we will review…

Louise Payne
Paediatric Assessment – understanding children’s physiological differences $25.00
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Paediatric Assessment – understanding children’s physiological differences

January 4, 2019 / 1 Comment

Overview When assessing children with respiratory distress, clinicians need to be reminded that babies and small children are a “work in progress” as far as lung function and physiology are concerned. In this session, we look at not just respiratory differences but touch on thermoregulation, cardiac and other physiological differences…

Rob Timmings
Refugee Health $25.00
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Refugee Health

November 4, 2018 / No Comments

Overview Refugee children and their families have as many unique healthcare needs as they are diverse. Providing healthcare to these families can have its own set of challenges that healthcare providers need to be aware of and be able to respond to promptly. This session is an introduction to working…

Meryl Jones
Grief & Loss in Childhood $25.00
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Grief & Loss in Childhood

November 4, 2018 / No Comments

Overview A baseline of knowledge as to typical age grief behaviours, vocabulary, including play and a means of including the child in the death process are presented in this webinar and discussion.   Relevance Death is a part of life. Unfortunately, many modern cultures have difficulty with end-of-life, grief and…

Understanding Enuresis $25.00
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Understanding Enuresis

November 4, 2018 / No Comments

Overview Bed wetting is a non-life threatening problem that affects many Australian children. This can cause a lot of distress due to the workload, cost and emotions associated with it. There are many myths and misconceptions surrounding the problem. What is needed? Thorough assessment, education and the correct strategies for…

Sandra Ilett