The presentations from the 35th Annual CRANAplus Conference (2017 – Broome, WA) are available to view and download below.
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|Ms Brooke Spaeth||Practical Examples of Point-of-Care Testing Technology Use in Rural and Remote Australia|
|Prof. Sabina Knight||Using Technology to recalibrate rural and remote health workforce education|
|Melanie Goode||The Emergency Telehealth Service – an innovative service delivery model for rural and remote EDs using telehealth technology and a specialist emergency medicine workforce. ETS empowers nurses to deliver timely, quality emergency care with the support of specialist doctors and a comprehensive education program within a supportive teamwork environment.|
|Mr Alistair Crowe||Reducing the ‘tyranny of distance’ and enhancing patient outcomes through innovative use of new technology options in rural and remote locations|
|Mr Tobias Speare||(How) Can technology support Remote Area Nurses in Quality Use of Medicines?|
|Ms Sherrie Vickery||Kalumburu Strong Girls and the future|
|Mrs Patricia Amaranti||The National Preventing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Maternal Smoking portal supporting improved access, safety, quality and affordability for the remote Maternal and Child health and Tobacco Prevention workforce.|
|Ms Kristy Newett||Conception in Kadjina to Birthing in Broome ~ one woman’s journey thread through the complexities of delivering remote health care in a high risk pregnancy|
|Mrs Inara Beecher||CATCHing the Hearts of country SA – The future of Cardiac Rehabilitation as applied through the Country Access to Cardiac Health (CATCH) program|
|Heather Keighley||Leveraging Technology for RAN Safety|
|Tobias Speare||Orientation to Remote Primary Health Care Manuals|
|A/Prof Sue Lenthall||Under-reporting of personal violent incidents by remote area nurses|
|Daniel Kildea||My Health Record and the Digital Health Strategy for Australia|
|Mrs Cherie O’Brien||Using technology to provide support to new nurses and midwives in the bush; A novel innovative education and support program has been developed to augment current resources and overcome the barriers of distance experienced by nurses in the bush.|