Aged Care: Clinical Nursing Skills Seminar

2 Day Seminar for Registered Nurses, Enrolled Nurses, Assistants in Nursing and other Health Care Workers


Caring for older people is complex and can be challenging due to ever increasing frailty, the burden of chronic disease, the risk of polypharmacy, and age-related changes to body systems. If you are looking to build your confidence and gain important clinical updates relating to the care of older adults, then this seminar is ideal for you. You will learn about:

  • Signs of clinical deterioration in the older adult
  • Updates to the Delirium Clinical Care Standard
  • Preventing hypoglycaemia in residents
  • Top 10 medication interactions
  • Key risks to skin integrity and much, much more…
An ideal update for any healthcare team member who works in residential aged care. Book now!

Need for Program

Caring for older people often requires a broad knowledge base to support the complex care needs of the elderly. High-quality clinical education is needed on a regular basis in order to ensure best practice in aged care. This seminar addresses a gap in clinical education for all healthcare workers who care for older adults in residential aged care.

Purpose of Program

The purpose of this seminar is to provide all health professionals working in aged care, including Registered Nurses, enrolled nurses, and other healthcare workers with an opportunity to improve their clinical assessment skills of older adults.

Your Learning Outcomes

  • Identify and communicate common signs of clinical deterioration in residents to appropriate staff
  • Provide residents with safer management of their diabetes, including a reduced risk of hypoglycaemia
  • Recognise and communicate potentially inappropriate uses of medicines to appropriate staff
  • Enhance pressure injury prevention in residents, as a result of improved knowledge of skin integrity


More Info:

July 19, 2018 at 9am - July 20, 2018
Hotel Ibis Brisbane
27 35 Turbot St
Brisbane, QLD 4001
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