This six (6) hour program aims to provide Division 1 Registered Nurses and Division 2 Nurses with the theory and the psychomotor skills required to insert suprapubic (SPC) and indwelling urethral catheters (IDC).
Many people have been doing intermittent self –catheterisation (ISC) since childhood. They had incomplete bladder emptying as a result of conditions such as Spina bifida and required catheterisation from a very early age.
A free online Professional Development session with Dr Joan Ostaszkiewicz was held on June 2, 2020. Incontinence is a longstanding pervasive biopsychosocial problem that was written about as early as the 2nd millennium B.C. in Egyptian manuscripts. In this...
Join us for a free online Professional Development session with Associate Professor Craig Hassed Stress, inattention, multitasking and haste are becoming ubiquitous in the modern world and they come at a significant cost in terms of wasted time, inefficiency, mistakes...
Our 9th Annual Victorian State Conference 2020 is going to be held over two (2) days from Thursday May 14th & Friday May 15th 2020.
ndis eligibility You usually need support from a person, or equipment to do everyday things for yourself because of an impairment or condition that is permanent. You are an Australian resident You are under 65 years old For more information on the rollout of NDIS in...
Prostate, bladder & bowel problems affect 1 in 5 men. Men’s Mechanics explains the role of the Prostate, Types of Prostate problems, The mechanics of
Provides RNs,ENs & PCAs with extensive insight into the anatomy & physiology of the bowel & pelvic floor. Incontinence, constipation, haemorrhoids, diarrhoea, evacuation difficulties and flatus will be discussed.
Provides Registered and Enroled Nurses who have previously completed our six (6) hour program OR evidence of equivalent education and require an update in best practice and skills
Provides Nurses and Carers with best practice and skills in clean intermittent catheterisation.