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Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association 11th National Conference - Adelaide

When: 9:00am - 5:00pm Thursday, 4th April 2019

Where: Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide

Organiser: APNA

4 - 6th April 2019

Whether it is writing care plans, setting up a nurse clinic, gaining confidence with ear irrigation or engaging in challenging conversations – APNA has developed and hand-picked a practical and thought-provoking conference program featuring workshops, keynotes, panels, posters and abstracts delivered by engaging speakers on pertinent topics beneficial to the daily practice of primary health care nurses.  Check out a preview of the evolving program, with updates being made daily. 

Conference registration will be an incredibly worthwhile investment both professionally and personally; connecting with 500+ peers and experts, while picking up practical skills, resources and knowledge to be taken back to the workplace and immediately put into practice.  A full conference registration offers unbeatable value, education and networking opportunities (with no hidden extra costs):

Over 20 continuing professional development hours (the annual requirement for nurse registration), across:

  • Half day Practical Workshops on Thursday 4 April
  • All conference sessions on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 April, including Breakfast Sessions and the 2019 APNA Nurse Awards Presentation
  • Ticket to the Meet & Greet Welcome Drinks on Thursday night
  • Ticket to the Rockstar Party on Friday night
  • Conference breakfast, lunch, morning and afternoon teas
  • Exhibition Hall pass to link in with 55+ exhibiting organisations sharing cutting-edge resources
  • Option to book a private meeting room at the conference venue
  • Delegate handbook

 Register now to take advantage of our early bird rate ending Monday 18 February, and to ensure you do not miss out on sessions with limited spots.

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