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Heart failure training courses for clinicians

Managing Heart Failure: From Hospital to Home

Location: Education Centre, Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital
Date: Tuesday 14th & Wednesday 15th December, 2021
Time: 8.30 - 3.00 pm
CPD: 12 points (or 6 points per day)
Webinar option available (recording will be available for 30 days)
Program overview

Course Costs:

ModeRegistrationQLD HealthNon-QLD Health
Face to Face*2 days$220$440
Face to Face*1 day$110$220
Webinar2 days$60$120
Webinar1 day$35$70

Face to face* (includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea)

The course aims to help professionals:

  • Understand heart failure (HF) diagnostic methods and medical interventions
  • Improve HF patients’ quality of life and outcomes through medication management, diet, exercise, energy conservation, and palliation
  • Address social and emotional challenges such as intimacy, depression, and ADL

Speakers:
Sessions are delivered by medical, nursing and allied health clinicians with heart failure expertise.

Participants:
Suitable for all professionals who care for people with cardiac or chronic conditions who wish to have a better technical understanding of heart failure and approaches to treatment.

Relevant for GPs, nurses, pharmacists, physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, occupational therapists, dietitians, social workers and psychologists.

NB: Course will be delivered face to face and via webinar.  Participants may attend either day of the course or attend the full 2 days.  In the event of COVID restrictions, the course will be delivered via webinar and difference in registration refunded.

Last updated: 25 May 2021