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This study day aims to increase participants’ theoretical knowledge regarding management of patients experiencing acute pain states in the hospital setting. The day will provide the Registered Nurse with a refresher into the pathophysiology of Acute Pain states and will examine strategies employed to manage Acute Pain.
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A workshop in advance care planning, including ethical principles and capacity issues relevant to this process.
This study day aims to increase participants’ theoretical knowledge in relation to patients affected by alcohol & other drugs issues and develop skills in how to manage the issues that arise from intoxication and withdrawal.
The study day will provide participants with basic to intermediate knowledge of the heart and the conduction system to improve their rhythm interpretation skills and enable them to confidently care for the monitored patient. This course will focus on rhythm strips and not 12 lead interpretation.
This study day aims to increase theoretical knowledge about the complexities of providing nursing care for patients who undergo the process and procedures of Cardiothoracic Transplantation. It is designed to meet the needs of those nurses working directly or indirectly with patients who undergo cardiothoracic transplantation.
The aim of this one day workshop is to improve team performance in anaesthetic/recovery emergencies using simulation and case studies.
This program aims to increase participants’ knowledge of the care and management of vascular access devices, and provide evidence-based guidelines for assessing and managing peripheral and central venous access devices (including peripheral intravenous catheters (PIVCs), midlines, peripherally inserted central catheters (PICCs), tunnelled devices (e.g. Hickman catheters), implantable devices (e.g. Portacaths) and Vascaths.
This program develops participants’ theoretical knowledge to safely and effectively manage cytotoxic medications.
The program aims to increase participant’s knowledge to safely and effectively manage the inpatient with diabetes.
This one-day workshop aims to further increase the participant’s understanding of cardiac axis, identifying ischemic changes and location of infarction within the myocardium, as well as develop their ability to analyse aberrant conduction such as bundle branch blocks, narrow and wide complex tachyarrhythmias.
ECMO Workshop: ICU Management of the ECMO Patient
This program aims to facilitate the development of skills and knowledge critical to educate adult learners in the clinical setting. This program has been designed to support the provision of high standard education for health clinicians who provide education as part of their clinical role.
In addition to utilising informative and interactive sessions, this program includes sessions which will encourage delegate participation and reflection. Participants will have the opportunity to develop p ...
The Enrolled Nurses Study Day program will provide education, guidelines and offer a range of strategies for ENs to build capacity within the context of their clinical practice. The Study Day will be designed around the NMBA Standards for EN practice 2016 along with current research findings and SVH governance to identify current safe and evidence based patient care. Each Study Day program will be developed to meet the EN current learning needs and aims to encourage ENs to participate in program ...
Fundamentals of Intensive Care Nursing
A one day program which aims to increase participants’ theoretical knowledge in relation to patients affected by HIV and viral hepatitis.
A two day program which aims to increase participants’ knowledge about nursing care that is required by patients when they are undergoing treatment/s for cancer. The course includes didactic presentations, interactive discussions, case studies and group work scenarios.
This program aims to develop the knowledge and skills required when caring for patients with gastrointestinal and colorectal issues and disorders such as bowel disease, stoma care, enteral feeding, TPN, surgical interventions and complications.
An introductory course on the processes of bereavement and the experiences of bereaved people.
This study day aims to increase participants’ theoretical knowledge in relation to the head and neck specialty.
Introduction to Laparoscopic Surgery for Perioperative Nurses
A two day program which aims to increase participants’ theoretical knowledge in relation to patients affected by neurological conditions.
This program covers both the theoretical and practical aspects of orthopaedic and trauma nursing to provide participants with the foundational knowledge and skill required in this specialty area.
The program is co-taught across The Mater, St. Vincent’s Public and St. Vincent’s Private Hospitals. Each of the hospitals host a day each of this three day program.
The Preceptorship program will provide education, guidelines and a range of strategies for RNs who wish to develop capacity as a preceptor and support nurses in competence building to ensure safe and evidence based patient care is provided. The aim is to educate preceptors to support effective transition of nurses from novice to expert practice and enable ongoing professional development of nurses in all context of practice.
This program covers both the theoretical and practical aspects of urology and gynaecology nursing to provide participants with the foundational knowledge and skill required in these specialty area.
This program aims to increase participants’ theoretical knowledge in relation to patients affected by vascular surgical issues.
This study day aim is to increase theoretical knowledge in relation to Acute respiratory conditions. It is designed to meet the needs of those nurses who need to acquire advanced knowledge and skills to enable them to safely and effectively care for critically ill patients with acute respiratory disorders.
This study day aim is to increase theoretical knowledge in relation to Non Invasive Ventilation (NIV). It is designed to meet the needs of those nurses who need to acquire knowledge and skills to enable them to safely and effectively care for patients with respiratory disorders who need NIV.
Orthogeriatrics: A multidisciplinary approach
A foundation level course on aspects of palliative care for people with a life limiting illness from the perspective of a specialist palliative care multidisciplinary team.
We are very pleased to invite you to attend the eighth St Vincent’s Advanced Plastic Surgery (VAPS) Nurses Seminar which will be held on Friday 7th September 2018.
The VAPS Nursing Conference has rapidly become a key calendar event for the discerning plastic surgery nurse.
The aim of this conference is to advance the quality of nursing care relating to all aspects of reconstructive and cosmetic surgery.
The 2018 program will focus on reconstructive and cosmetic surgery of the face, exam ...
This workshop provides the opportunity for participants to practice and demonstrate their clinical skill in pleural drain management, dressing change and removal.
An advanced level course for psychologists and other mental health specialists working with people who are bereaved, in a variety of care settings.
This informative and thought-provoking workshop combines didactic presentations, small group work, simulated practice observations and discussion.
St Vincent’s Head and Neck Dissection Course
A foundation level course providing an overview of the more common symptoms experienced by patients with advanced illness.
The aim of the program is to provide essential theory and practical (manikin based) for venepuncture & cannulation technique and enable clinicians to develop the requisite skills to be able to safely perform cannulation in such a way that complies with NSW Health Policies.
This program aims to expand theoretical and practical knowledge to allow the health professional to become proficient in providing wound care for patients with complex wound care needs.
To develop and provide health professional with the fundamental skills and knowledge to enhance wound assessment and management for their patients.
This program aims to expand theoretical and practical knowledge to allow the health professional to become proficient in providing wound care for patients with lower limb wound care needs.