Food as Medicine: Food, Fertility and Pregnancy
Starts 25 September 2017
On this course for healthcare professionals, you will explore the latest evidence surrounding the role of nutrition on fertility and pregnancy outcomes. You will focus on two main topics: foods and fertility, and foods and pregnancy.
Foods and fertility will focus on optimising nutrition for fertility and pre-conception, including topics like the effect of food on reproductive health and dietary recommendations to improve fertility. Foods and Pregnancy will explore topics including requirements during pregnancy, and optimising gestational weight gain.
Australian College for Infection Prevention and Control (ACIPC) - Foundations of Infection Prevention and Control
ACIPC is currently taking registrations for the 2017 Foundations of Infection Prevention and Control Course. The course, which runs from May to September, provides a valuable pathway for further learning and is an important resource for those wishing to pursue a career as an infection control professional. Participants who successfully complete the course will be issues with a certificate recognising their achievement. To download the full program, FAQs and webinar presentations, click here. For all other enquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Launceston Nurses' Conference
2 Day Conference for Nurses - Learn Locally with Ausmed
Launceston, 21 - 22 Sep 2017
Nurses for Nurses Network
Nursing and Legal Concepts - South Pacific
Keeping you and your patients safe
28 October - 5 November 2017
The legal implications of Nursing practice are a concern to all Nurses. It's important that as Nurses we understand the legal principles that apply to the delivery of health services. These principles apply to all areas of clinical practice and all geographical locations. So irrespective of your area of practice or where you live this conference is for you.
More info - https://goo.gl/vf45dT
Key Issues in Women’s Health – Singapore
Let’s look at the health care needs of half the population - Information that every Nurse should know
27 November - 1 December 2017
This 4-day conference, being held aboard the Mariner of the Seas sailing out of Singapore, will explore Women’s Health under three conference themes – Conditions, Pregnancy and Parenting, and Healthy Lifestyle. The decision on which sessions to include in the conference program is based on the most frequent questions received from women by the presenting organisation Women’s Health Queensland Wide.
More info - https://goo.gl/fAvQYd
Care of the Older Person into the 21st Century – Alaska
What does the future look like as the population ages into the 21st Century and what are the implications for health care delivery?”
27 May - 3 June 2018
This conference will offer the opportunity to discuss what ageing will look like into the 21st century and how health care services will be delivered. For Nursing, in particular, it will provide a platform to explore how Nursing services across the health care spectrum may alter.
More info - https://goo.gl/XgJkmG
There are an estimated 42 million concussions globally each year. Australians love their sport and the risk of concussion is high in a number of sports. The Queensland Brain Institute (QBI), would like us all to know more about our brain and the science of concussion. Click on this link to discover QBI resources and publications to help you better understand Concussion.
Postnatal depression & anxiety: new ways of understanding & responding effectively to risks
A webinar for professionals working with parents with infants was held on 19th October across Australia.
This webinar aimed to:
- identify common risks for postnatal mental health problems
- introduce new and practical ways of addressing these risks in your practice
- demonstrate evidence-informed e-resources for practitioners to use with parents.
The resources and recorded version of the webinar are available for viewing here: https://jeanhailes.org.au/health-professionals/webinar-library/postnatal-depression-anxiety-responding-to-risks