Interpretation of Chest X-rays & Lung Sounds
An enjoyable presentation from a leading nursing authority on these important skills. These skills are needed for timely recognition of patient deterioration and the early commencement of corrective measures. This can be considered the greatest way to reduce morbidity and mortality for patients.
Learn how to interpret the chest x-ray.
Applicable to the nurses in all clinical situations.
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.
Presented by: Anne Evans-Murray - National & Australasian presenter. Author.
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 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.
Saturday 18th August 2018. 9.00 am to 3.00 pm
Health Ed Professionals
10 Enterprise Street