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Nursing on the front line: the experiences of nurses as first responders

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Nursing on the front line: the experiences of nurses as first responders
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Melbourne Region Leadership Team

The Melbourne Region leadership team invite you to watch their webinar ‘Nursing on the front line: the experiences of nurses as first responders’. This will be a fantastic opportunity for nurses to: • Understand the role of a nurse as a first responder within a disaster context • Identify attributes and strategies of first responders that can be applied to a clinical context • Discuss strategies for self-care/psychological first aid in responding to disasters

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Presented by:

• JP Miller – Critical Care Registered Nursing • Dawn Whittall – Lecturer, Monash University and Volunteer CFA fighter

Nursing on the front line: the experiences of nurses

The Melbourne Region leadership team invite you to watch their webinar ‘Nursing on the front line: the experiences of nurses as first responders’.

This will be a fantastic opportunity for nurses to:
• Understand the role of a nurse as a first responder within a disaster context
• Identify attributes and strategies of first responders that can be applied to a clinical context
• Discuss strategies for self-care/psychological first aid in responding to disasters
15.00
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Free for Members

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Content Type: Webinar recording

Duration: 1:26:25

CPD Hours: 1.00

Created: Thursday, 23 July 2020

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Area/s of Study

  • Clinical skills
  • Community and primary health
  • Mental health

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