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)
|Mode||Registration||QLD Health||Non-QLD Health|
|Face to Face*||2 days||$220||$440|
|Face to Face*||1 day||$110||$220|
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
Sessions are delivered by medical, nursing and allied health clinicians with heart failure expertise.
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.