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Julie Porter1, Sam Turnbull1 1Tasmanian Health Service – Community Mental Health, , Australia Abstract Clinical Nurse Educators (CNE’s) lead and effect change through professional development and workplace partnerships within an applied framework of learning in the clinical space. What We...
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Dr Danielle Gleeson1 1University Of Southern Queensland, Ipswich, Australia Abstract Background: Childbearing women engage in large public pregnancy and parenting forums, primarily for the purpose of seeking information and advice. There is an absence of research related to women’s engagement...
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Mrs mary Condon-williams1, MRS Michelle  Kent1 1Ths, Australia Abstract Leadership fosters collaboration among staff and supports a shared governance structure. Evidence  shows that Leaders should continuously increase staffs’ core knowledge and role competency through leadership development activities. Review of current...
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Mrs Sarah Mineall1, Dr Andrew Foong, Dr David Lees 1Tasmanian Health Service, Launceston, Australia, 2University of Tasmania, Sydney, Australia, 3University of Tasmania, Newnham, Australia Abstract Health care workers in intensive care units are at the forefront of caring for those...
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Gillian  Rand1, Miss Meredith Eberle1, Cindy Weatherburn1, Melanie  Greenwood2 1Royal Hobart Hospital, Hobart, Australia, 2University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia Abstract The review of visiting hours was identified as an opportunity for DCCM to engage with consumers to improve the visiting...
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Ms Leigh Harkness1, Ms Catherine  Teare1, Ms Belinda  Beavan1, Ms Kimberely  Hymas1, Ms Maria Unwin1, Dr Thi Thuy Ha Dinh1, Dr Faline  Howes2, Ms Ebony  Verdouw3, Associate Professor Kathleen Tori1 1School of Nursing, University of Tasmania, Newnham, Australia, 2Provider Engagement,...
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Adjunct Associate Professor  Francine Douce1, Ms Dana Gray1 1Department of Health, Hobart, Australia Abstract An innovative and practical solution to support nurses and midwives returning to practice has been established by the Tasmanian Office of the Chief Nurse and Midwife...
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Ms Marina Buchanan-Grey1, Ms Jenny Kilworth1 1Department Of Health Tasmania, Hobart, Australia Abstract In late 2020 professional practice issues for independent privately practicing registered nurses (PPRN) became apparent raising concerns of potential breaches of Tasmanian legislation and public safety. In...
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Mrs Lisa Evans1, Mrs Jenny Garnsey1 1DoE, , Australia Abstract School nursing has undergone considerable change from the old School Nurse role many of us would remember from our own school days.  The School Health Nurse role brings primary health...
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Dr Kathleen Tori1, Dr Ha Dinh1, Dr Carey Mather1 1University Of Tasmania, Launceston, Australia Abstract Recruitment and retention of health professionals in rural Australia can be challenging. The precariousness of maintaining adequate levels of staffing to meet healthcare demand has...
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