When attending the webinars, you are encouraged to keep a Record of Learning to record your education hours. This can be as easy as maintaining an Excel spreadsheet.
Did you miss a Webinar? See links below to recent recordings:
1. Mindfulness – Learning how to bring peace into your life
Every Monday at 4.00pm from Monday 4 – 25 May 2020.
To register please contact us on phone 020 4085 6695 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a Zoom link, Meeting ID and password.
Bhavna Nagar is a clinical psychologist who incorporates mindfulness-based therapy in her practice. In these four online sessions, Bhavna will share with you mindfulness practices to assist with developing skills to ground yourself and bring peace into your mind and body. This will include both guided practice as well as theory and discussions. Each session will include a different mindfulness practice so that by the end, you have a range of tools to use as needed. The teachings will be accessible to all, so you do not need any specific belief or practice or way of life. As long as you are breathing, you have the tools needed.
2. Wound Hygiene™ Webinar Series – Defying Hard to Heal Wounds
Commencing 28 May 2020 at 8.00-9.00pm (NZ time)
Presented by Terry Swanson NPWM, MHSc, FAWMA, FMACNP Nurse Practitioner Wound Management and co-author of the Wound Hygiene International Consensus Document.
This series introduces the principles of Wound Hygiene™ and the integration of these concepts into daily clinical practice to manage hard to heal wounds. Each module will focus on practical ways to implement the steps identified in the Wound Hygiene Consensus Document.
- Module 1: Rationale for Wound Hygiene™ 28 May 2020, 6pm–7pm
- Module 2: Therapeutic Wound Cleansing 11 June 2020, 6pm–7pm
- Module 3: Debridement 25 June 2020, 6pm–7pm
- Module 4: Refashioning the Wound Edge 9 July 2020, 6pm–7pm
- Module 5: Proactive Wound Dressing Management 23 July 2020, 6pm–7pm
- Module 6: Implementing the Concepts into Practice 6 August 2020, 6pm–7pm
Please note, sessions will commence at 6.00pm AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time). 6.00pm Australia = 8.00pm NZ
3. Pressure Injury: Mechanism of Injury with Wendy White
Wednesday, 27 May at 2.00pm
Smith+Nephew is proud to offer you access to our new CLOSER TO ZERO online education in Advanced Wound Management. Join us for this webinar with Wendy White to discuss pressure injury aetiology and current understanding of what makes this acute injury ‘different’. External forces and the individual’s tolerance influence the impact on local tissues and cells. This presentation sets the foundation for this webinar series, where everyday prevention and management practice strategies are a natural ‘next step’ in clinical practice.
For all upcoming Smith + Nephew webinars, LOOK HERE.
4. COPD in Primary Practice: What now and where to next
Wednesday, 27 May 2020 at 7.00-8.30pm
This presentation to be given by Associate Professor Rob Young is intended for New Zealand primary care and covers topics including diagnosis and management of COPD with relevant 2020 updates.
The objective is to present the latest clinical data and guidance on the appropriate use of inhalers to treat COPD patients and provide practical advice to primary care from both a pharmacological and non-pharmacological perspective.
5. Telehealth TECH Webinar: Security, privacy, software & hardware
Thursday, May 28 at 7.00pm
The NZ Telehealth Leadership Group (TLG) is hosting a series of webinars to help support providers who are implementing telehealth services such as phone or video consultations.
In this webinar we will start to explore the very big topic of what technology solutions are available to use for telehealth. Although the webinar will touch on the use of phone, it will focus mainly on video, and video consultations.
6. SAVE THE DATE: Tuesday, 9 June at 6.30-7.30pm
New Zealand 2020 Asthma Guidelines updates, presented by Professor Richard Beasley
7. WILLIAM BUCK 2020 Workshop/Webinar Series
Each activity has been endorsed by New Zealand Dental Association (NZDA) and the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) and has been approved for CME credits for the General Practice Educational Programme (GPEP) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) purposes.
The webinars are pre-recorded so you can watch them at your convenience. Both the half-day finance workshop and the full-day presentation skills workshop will start at 9.00am at our offices at 21 Queen St, Auckland.
For further information or to book, contact Sharon Burkett or call 09 366 5058.
To see a list of available CME points for these workshops click below.