Covering the basics of the disease and the antigens of the national schedule and protocols for reporting adverse reactions.
Have the experts come to you while meeting other primary care nurses from around Australia. Just like a real event – real time, real people – except online at your place.
All you need is a computer and internet connection. Login instructions sent to you via email after registration.
$35/session or $90/series of 3 web-events
Group discounts for practice parties with 4+ participants.
Presenter: Angela Newbound
Angela Newbound is a Registered Nurse and Immunisation Education Consultant with over 14 years experience delivering immunisation education to health providers. Angela has a Graduate Certificate in Nursing (Nurse Education), Professional Certificate in Immunisation, Cert IV Training & Assessment, and Cert IV Frontline Management. Angela has a keen interest in the benefits of immunisation to public health and is a co-convenor of the Public Health Association of Australia Immunisation Special Interest Group.
What participants think of Angela:
- Enjoyed the presentation. (NSW)
- I’m now able to [explain] why when a patient asks about HEP B. (QLD)
- Very good information on immunisations.Thank you. (NSW)
Upcoming web-events in the Need-to-Know Autumn Series:
Title: Immunisation Catch-up Challenge
About: How good are you at ‘catch-ups’? With scenarios ranging from easy to complex – how is your accuracy and speed?
Date: Wed 4 Mar 2015 @ 7:30pm AESDT
Title: Immunisation Updates
About: Covering flu shots, flu clinic tips, latest immunisation schedule updates, and some localised programs.
Date: Wed 19 Apr 2015 @ 7:30pm AESDT
Title: Immunisation Basics
About: basics of the disease and the antigens of the national schedule & reporting adverse reactions
Date: Wed 13 May 2015 @ 7:30pm AESDT
Choose your preferred option:
- Join 1 event
- Mix & match a series of 3 events
- Subscribe to all (listen to recordings you cannot attend)
Group Discounts available.