Navigating New Directions | ACCYPN
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Navigating New Directions

Webcast Sessions were recorded during the ACCYPN Inaugural Conference in Sydney in October 2011, “Navigating New Directions in Children and Young People’s Health Care”.

 

FEES

All fees include 10% Goods and Services Tax (GST) and are quoted in Australian Dollars (excepting the International Prices section). 

WEBCAST
Total Hours: 16 hours 11 Minutes (16.18 CPD Hours) 

Recognition of CPD will be via self assessment.  One hour of active learning equals one hour of CPD.

The Webcast will be available for a minimum period of 2 years (Until November 2013).

Webcast Subscription Options & Prices
You can choose to purchase the Conference in Theme Groups as outlined below OR the entire Conference at a discounted rate.  Click on the Group name below to see what speakers/sessions are included. 

Australian Prices:

Group

CPD Hours

ACCYPN Member

Non Member

Corporate

All Presentations

16.18

$290.00

$440.00

$1,500.00

 

 

 

 

 

Keynote Speakers

4.3

$90.00

$130.00

N/A

 

 

 

 

 

Clinical Practice

4

$84.00

$124.00

N/A

 

 

 

 

 

Community Practice / Family Centred Care / Global Issues

3.8

$80.00

$120.00

N/A

 

 

 

 

 

Education / Mental Health / Practice Innovation /
Safety and Quality

4.08

$85.00

$125.00

N/A

International Prices:
International Individual prices are as Non Member prices listed above in Australian Dollars minus 10% (Goods and Services Tax component)
International Corporate price – AUD $1365.00

HOW TO ORDER:

  • Members / Non Members / Corporate Registration – click here to order online
  • Fax Back Order Form – click here
  • International Orders (online only) – coming soon

 

KEY PROGRAM THEMES
The key program themes include leading and learning:
• in practice
• in education
• in leadership
• through diversity
• in global issues
• in safety and quality

A full listing of webcast themes, topics and presenter names click here

HIGH PROFILE KEYNOTE SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

Professor Philip Darbyshire, Australia
Philip is internationally recognised as a leader in nursing and health care, demystifying research and evidence-based practice to benefit both practitioners and organisations.

Dame Elizabeth Fradd, United Kingdom
The focus of Elizabeth’s work and abiding passion is the continuous improvement of healthcare. She has managed large children’s services, worked at government level, and helped establish in 2000 the regulatory body which inspects the quality of healthcare in England. She is a member of many National Committees including the recent, Prime Ministers Commission on the Future of Nursing in England.

Professor Margaret Sims, Australia
Margaret is Professor of Early Childhood at the University of New England, NSW. Her research interests centre around quality community-based services for young children and their families: childcare, family support and integrated service delivery.

Ms Molly Carlile
Molly Carlile is known as the “Deathtalker”. Her motto is “the more we talk, the less we fear” and she uses her extensive clinical background in specialist palliative care nursing, counselling and education to introduce the concept of death and grief to the general public.