Continuing Professional Development
You’ll be surprised and excited where your CPD will take you.
Nursing Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is at a minimum, an annual registration requirement with AHPRA and also a professional requirement to ensure that your knowledge and skills meet best practice requirements.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Travel is a fantastic way to combine an exceptional education program while you explore a fabulous travel destination.
Your friends and family are welcome to join you.
While you are at the conference, they can explore the location, and outside of the conference program you can relax and enjoy the experience with them.
They are also welcome to join you on any of the optional tours that are offered as part of the program.
If you are looking for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) provided by experts in their field and the opportunity to combine that with interesting and varied locations, then you are in the right place.
We are continually adding to our Conference listings on both land and at sea.
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There is no limit to where your CPD can take you!
Browse the upcoming Conferences on offer.
The Transforming Role of the Perioperative Nurse 2019
This Perioperative Conference is brought to you in conjunction with our Conference Partners, Education at Sea, and is intended to provide the Nurse with an opportunity to enhance and develop their skills and knowledge relating to key areas of the perioperative environment.
Recognition and Clinical Assessment of the Deteriorating Patient 2019
Developing knowledge on how to recognise and perform advanced clinical assessment of a patient who is deteriorating is an expectation of the evolving role of the Clinical Nurse. In this conference, we will explore the assessment of a patient with a variety of clinical disorders and conditions that include cardiac, respiratory, abdominal, and electrolyte imbalance.
Dermatology Nursing 2019
This conference was first delivered in 2018 in conjunction with our Conference Partners, Education at Sea. This current program extends on the original content presented as well as incorporating new content not covered in the first program.
The Legal Implications of Nursing Practice 2019
In this conference, we will explore the key legal concepts that impact Nursing practice and gain the knowledge and skill to make effective decisions for patient and staff safety with confidence.
Optimising Wellness in Health Care Workers
Wellness for clinicians matters, not just in its own right, but because it affects performance. As clinicians, we have the following expectations within our workplace. We expect that our environment will be physically and psychologically safe; we expect that we will be resourced and enabled to do an effective job; we expect that we will be supported and given the opportunity to develop our professional skills.
The Respiratory Patient
Respiratory Assessment across the age continuum, management of common conditions, and exploration of the role of the Nurse/ Paramedic in respiratory disease management from diagnosis through to advocacy.
Two Key Clinical Aspects in the Care of the Aged Client Alaska
This conference will focus on two key aspects of Nursing Service delivery in the care of the older person. Both have significant impact on care delivery, from skill mix requirements through to staffing and budget allocation, as well as quality of life experience for the clients concerned.
Keeping Afloat in Perioperative Nursing
This conference is designed to look at evidence-based literature and a deeper understanding of the perioperative environment; explore some of the possible emergency situations perioperative nurses may face, and, provide knowledge to perform during these emergencies with confidence skill and know-how to deliver safer patient care.
Workplace Wellness Conference
How to Nurse Your Sick Workplace Back to Being Truly GREaT. Now, from the outset, let me say this: if you think because you’re not a nurse manager, you can’t nurse your culture back to good health, then frankly, that’s like saying the only person responsible for delivering great patient outcomes is the doctor. Patient outcomes rely on every single member of the multidisciplinary team: and I mean from the consultant physician to the ward cleaner. We all have a part to play. If one jigsaw piece falls out, then those optimal patient outcomes simply cannot be delivered.
The General Patient with Cardiac Deterioration
This Conference will focus on cardiac assessment, and management of a patient deteriorating with a cardiac complication. It will include exploration of the role of the Nurse and or Paramedic in cardiac disease management as well as examining the Nurse’s role in the assessment of the deterioration of a patient in a surgical ward and or medical ward from cardiac complications from diagnosis through to advocacy.
Life Threatening Presentations
This innovative conference is designed to provide clinicians with essential skills relating to the assessment & management of patients who are experiencing life threatening emergencies.
This wound management conference is designed to provide clinicians with essential knowledge relating to the assessment & best practice management of clients with Chronic, Hard to Heal and Complex Wounds.
Care of the Surgical Patient Conference
This Conference will provide vital information about the care of the surgical patient. This will include the use of contemporary case studies as the content explores the pre and post operative journey of the surgical patient.
Adolescent Mental Health for the General Nurse Conference
Mental illness is common in our society with one in five adults experiencing a mental illness in any one year. Half the people who experience mental illness will not seek treatment and delayed treatment will adversely affect the success of any clinical intervention.