On Demand Webinars

Please be aware that CRANAplus is unable to pro­vide atten­dance cer­tifi­cates for pre-record­ed webi­na­rs watched on-demand. Impor­tant­ly, this does not pre­vent you from includ­ing the webi­nar in your offi­cial CPD hours. To meet the evi­dence require­ments set by the NMBA you should list the type of activ­i­ty, a descrip­tion of topics/​content, a reflec­tion on your learn­ing and the time tak­en in your CPD record. See the NMBA CPD guide­lines for fur­ther information.

Keep Calm and Car­ry On: Lessons Learnt from the Coro­n­avirus Response — 21/07/2020

Lead­ing a net­work inci­dent com­mand cen­tre, with over­sight of 100 COVID-19 pos­i­tive admit­ted patients, Shane & Kathryn share what they have learnt on health­care dis­as­ter prepa­ra­tion and response and its appli­ca­tion in the remote & iso­lat­ed work­place setting.

Keep Calm and Car­ry On: Lessons Learnt from Coro­n­avirus Response with Dr Kathryn Zeitz and Shane Bolton


Looking Through a Cultural and Trauma Lens - 21/07/2020

Nicole Tujague and Kelleigh Ryan talk about understanding your culture and the privilege; the simple things you can do in your practice and avoiding re-triggering. Q&A session included.

Looking Through a Cultural and Trauma Lens with Nicole Tujague and Kelleigh Ryan


Where the Rubber Hits the Road - 20/07/2020

Nicole Tujague and Kelleigh Ryan discuss what trauma is, how do we recognise it and what can we do about it? Q&A session included.

Where the Rubber Hits the Road with Nicole Tujague and Kelleigh Ryan


Simple Psychological Interventions for Individuals Impacted by Disaster & Trauma - 15/07/2020

Dr Jane Nursey, a key expert in the field of posttraumatic mental health explores some simple psychological interventions for individuals impacted by disaster and trauma, including useful tools and resources. Q&A session included.

Simple Psychological Interventions for Individuals Impacted by Disaster and Trauma with Dr Jane Nursey


Drought and Fires and Mental Health, What Can I Do? - 14/07/2020

Cath Walker and Alex Donoghue discuss the effects of stress and trauma; what are normal reactions; what can assist recovery; and helpful responses to distress. Q&A session included.

Drought and Fires and Mental Health, What Can I do? with Cath Walker and Alex Donoghue


Back from the Edge: Reducing Occupational Stress in the Nursing Workforce in Remote Australia - 25/06/2020

Join Professor Sue Lenthall for a look at organisational interventions to reduce the stress and challenges experienced by RANs. Q&A session included.

Back from the Edge: Reducing Occupational Stress in the Nursing Workforce in Very Remote Australia with Sue Lenthall


Skin Cancer in Regional, Rural & Remote Australia - 23/06/2020

People living in rural and remote areas have higher rates of skin cancer and challenges accessing care. Better targeting of skin protection measures, improved opportunistic screening and upskilling of primary healthcare nurses have been promoted as ways to improve care for these populations. Join Professor Marion Eckert and Pam Adelson for a review of prevention and screening resources available to nurses, and opportunities for service improvement. Q&A session included.

Skin Cancer in Regional, Rural & Remote Australia with Professor Marion Eckert and Pam Adelson


COVID-19: A shift in Remote Practice - 12/05/2020

Join CRANAplus Fellow, Lyn Byers, for a closer look at the impact of COVID-19 for remote health clinicians. Managing patient flow and common presentations to remote clinics will be considered, along with the work of the National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce. Q&A session included.

COVID-19: A shift in Remote Practice with Lyn Byers


Infection Prevention & Intervention - 05/05/2020

Matt Mason, a CRANAplus Fellow, discusses the current situation on the COVID-19 situation in Australia and globally. Q&A session included.

Infection Prevention & Intervention with Matt Mason