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Leadership – No Health Care Future without Nurse Leaders

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Leadership – No Health Care Future without Nurse Leaders
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Nurses are voted the most trusted profession every year, yet they have not been entrusted with leading the health future of their communities, and countries. Interprofessional practice has not recognised nurses to be decision makers in their own right. When nurses move into leadership roles, they build on skills that are intrinsic to the delivery of nursing care. Nurses working in the community are well placed to see the challenges and barriers that our fragmented health system and how they impact on the health outcomes of our communities. Nurse leadership is vital to ensuring that the health system is accessible, responsive and able to meet the needs of all Australians.

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Presented by:

• Chair: Adjunct Professor Kylie Ward RN, MMgt, Dip App Sci (Nursing), Acute Care Cert, FACN, FACHSM(Hon), Wharton Fellow, MAICD, CEO, Australian College of Nursing. • Karen Booth, President, Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association • Kay Richards FACN, Chair, Healthy Ageing Faculty • Sonia Martin MACN, Co-founder, Sunny Street • Adjunct Professor Naomi Dobroff MACN, Chair, Nurse Informatics and Digital Health Faculty
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Content Type: Webinar recording

Duration: 01:09:20

CPD Hours: 1.00

Updated: Wednesday, 22 December 2021

Created: Thursday, 23 September 2021

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Area/s of Study

  • Community and primary health
  • Leadership and management

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