_

Refresher Program

_
Refresher Program
_
_

The Refresher Program is designed for both ENs and RNs holding general registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia who meet the Recency of Practice Registration Standard of three (3) months practice in the last five years but wish to refresh their knowledge in clinical nursing. It is also ideal for nurses working in non-acute areas of practice that wish to work in acute care. The program builds on previous knowledge, skills and experience in preparation for demonstration of safe practice. The refresher program has no clinical placement component. The modules offered are: Professional Issues in Contemporary Nursing Practice; Physical Assessment; Care and Management of the Deteriorating Person; Respiratory Nursing; Assessment and Management of Common Cardiac Conditions; Neurological Assessment; Mental Health; Infection Prevention and Control; Wound Management.

_

Presented by:

ACN Team

Refresher Program

This self-assessed online course has been designed to meet the professional development requirements of registered and enrolled nurses who have not worked in an acute clinical environment for between one and five years.
1,100.00
_
Paid Content Paid Content

Members: $990.00

Non-Members: $1100.00

Content Type: Elearning module

CPD Hours: 36.00

Updated: Friday, 26 April 2024

Created: Thursday, 10 September 2020

_

Area/s of Study

  • Acute care
  • Career development

Related CPD courses

Urinary Catheterisation

Urinary catheter insertion is a common procedure when managing hospitalised and community-based patients. Nurses are the leading healthcare provider performing this procedure. This course provides learners with evidence-based knowledge on r....

Assessing and Managing Adult Pain

Pain is a significant health problem in Australia, yet it continues to be largely unrecognised affecting 1 in 5 people in Australia. The physical, psychosocial and economic burden on individuals experiencing pain and on the broader communit....

Principles of Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring

Invasive haemodynamic monitoring is used routinely in critical care environments and is fundamental in assessing a patient's haemodynamic status and guiding therapeutic interventions. This module reviews the fundamental principles of hemody....

Nursing Accountability and Law

Accountability means that as nurses, we must be prepared to answer to others for our decisions, actions, behaviours and the responsibilities that are inherent in our roles. In this module you will learn which professional standards of pract....
There was a problem loading this area.
There was a problem loading this area.
$/ACN/Website/CPD Library/CPD Viewer - Hide Add to Cart for Member Only Items $/ACN/Website/CPD Library/CPD Viewer - Entry Info for Security