CLINICAL ASSESSMENT SKILLS - 2 DAY PROGRAM
Recognising the presentation of the deteriorating patient.
Two days of expert, enjoyable presentations from a leading nursing authority on these important skills.
Timely recognition of patient deterioration and the early commencement of corrective measures can be considered the greatest way to reduce morbidity and mortality for patients.
Learn skills in assessment, and recognise the signs and symptoms of a deteriorating patient.
Applicable to both the nurse and the paramedic.
This seminar relates to the nurse in critical care, emergency department, community and as well as the ward nurse wishing to increase their knowledge of clinical assessment skills, particularly now that the patient load is increasing, and the complexity of patient illnesses are increasing.
Presented by: Anne Evans-Murray - National & Australasian presenter. Author.
MISCELLANEOUS & RENAL - brief outline of renal failure and how it presents.
3.30 PM End OF SEMINAR
The registration fee covers:
"I just loved the way Anne lectures, she makes difficult concepts so easy to understand and we had a lot of fun.
I would recommend this conference for all levels of nurses.
Being a novice nurse, it just helped me so much with pathophysiology and clinical assessment.
I have worked in critical care for a number of years, wish I had done this seminar years ago, it helped me so much."
I feel so much more confident in listening to lung sounds
I can actually read a chest x-ray now, am so pleased.
Friday 2nd & Saturday 3rd November 2018.
Both days $470.00
single day $240.00
(formally Traders Hotel)
159 Roma Street - adjacent to Transit Centre.