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Ms Veronica Croome1, Associate Professor Francine Douce, Ms  Tanya Murray, Ms Julie Crowe 1Tasmanian Health, Australia Abstract The Intensive Care Unit at Royal Hobart Hospital was unable to safely staff to its maximum occupancy of 18 ventilated beds due to...
  • August 12, 2021
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Ms Anne Wallace1 1Department of Health, Hobart, Australia Abstract Advanced Nursing Practice is increasingly being recognised as a support for new models of care and new ways of working.  So, what is it exactly and why do we generally hear...
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Ms Ana Navidad1 1Department Of Health Office Of Chief Nurse And Midwife, nipaluna/Hobart, Australia Abstract Stillbirth is a serious public health concern that has shown little improvement in rates over the past two decades. Throughout Australia, six babies are stillborn...
  • August 12, 2021
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Ellen Burke1 1Tasmanian Health Service, Hobart, Australia Abstract Bathing is a common practice within the healthcare setting but is this daily task causing more harm than good for our already vulnerable patients? Could these bed baths be contributing to an...
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Miss Isabella Juric, Miss Molly Hanson 1Department Of Education, , Australia Abstract Health promotion improves health outcomes, promotes health equity, and develops agency amongst patient populations. The School Health Nurse Program (SHNP) exemplifies what is possible when passion is combined...
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Ms Anna Nicholas1 1THS – Royal Hobart Hospital, Hobart, Australia Abstract Evidence demonstrates that a majority of Australians die in the Acute Care Setting, recognising this may not be their preference. Delivering optimal care at End of life for patients...
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Mrs Hannah Bailey1 1THS-HS, Australia Abstract Trusting the Process is a Practice Development Mantra and it is a phrase that can often be heard echoing through the Centre for Education and Research for Tasmanian Health Services South. Preceptorship’s importance in...
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Mrs Stephanie Haines1 1Tasmanian Health Department, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia Abstract Introduction: There are many aspects to the power within.  A lot of the power within a health system comes from its health workers.  Their numbers and their knowledge,...
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Ms Elaine Bentley1, Mrs Denise McLean2 1University Of Tasmania, Latrobe, Australia, 2Tasmanian Health Service, Deloraine, Australia Abstract Supervisors in healthcare settings in rural Tasmania are willing to host students on placement, however there are many challenges that impact the provision...
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Ms Cindy Weatherburn1, Ms Melanie Greenwood2, Ms Judith Anderson3 1Royal Hobart Hospital, , Australia, 2University of Tasmania, , Australia, 3University of Tasmania, , Australia Abstract Intensive care nurses are essential members of rapid response systems (RRS) with little qualitative data...
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