Event dates: Wednesday, 30th April 2008 09:00 AM to Friday, 2nd May 2008 17:00 PM

Location: Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia Contact: Announcements
 
10th International Paediatric & Child Health Nursing Conference
Medicine

Darwin, Australia - Paediatric and Child Health Nurses face many barriers in their practice; geographical, cultural, and professional to name a few. This conference aims to show that barriers can and must be crossed to improve health outcomes for children and young people.

Paediatric and Child Health Nurses face many barriers in their practice; geographical, cultural, and professional to name a few. This conference aims to show that barriers can and must be crossed to improve health outcomes for children and young people.

Plenary sessions will showcase leaders in Paediatrics and Child Health Care. These speakers will focus on the critical issues in the specialty areas.

Concurrent sessions and posters will address the following themes: Clinical Practice; Child Safety; Nursing/Health Policy and Services Management; Nursing Education; Nursing/Health Research and Informatics; Ethics; and Workforce Issues.

Conference objectives

The main objectives of the Conference are:

to advance Paediatric and Child Health Nursing's contribution to health care and facilitate the dissemination of evidence in highlighting effective nursing interventions

to raise the profile of the benefits of interdisciplinary collaboration

to identify future directions for Paediatric and Child Health Nursing

provide a forum that stimulates debate and collegiality


Secretariat contact details

To register for the conference please use the online registration form or download the registration form and fax or mail to the IPCHN Conference Managers. If you have any queries, please contact the IPCHN Conference Managers at:

Event Planners Australia
PO Box 1280
MILTON QLD 4064
AUSTRALIA

T: +61 (0)7 38585503
F: +61 (0)7 3252 7142

E: info@ipchnconference.com.au
http://www.ipchnconference.com.au/

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