At the School of Nursing and Midwifery, we are committed to engaging with the community by providing sponsorship support for key industry partners and events.
The WA Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards (NMEAs) isthe highlight of the nursing and midwifery calendar. The occasion sees nursesand midwives, health care professionals and government officials from all overthe state come together to celebrate and acknowledge the contribution theprofessions of nursing and midwifery make to the health of WesternAustralians.
Level of sponsorship: Gold
The Congress attracts nurses worldwide who areinterested in furthering their professional practice and competency,professional networking, and generating new and exciting ideas and projects.
Level of sponsorship: Platinum
Nurse Practitioners, NursePractitioner candidates, academics, policy makers and leaders will gathertogether - sharing their knowledge and learning how to further enhance patientcare.
The conference is designedto be a ‘festival of learning’ for grassroots health professionals on fallsmanagement through sharing, collaboration and having fun. It will demonstrateexcellence in research as well as promote the smaller grassroots fallsprevention projects that occur in all areas of the healthcare sector and in thecommunity.
The conference is open to all whom would like to gain or share their experience and knowledge in emergency care, leadership, practice or education and is aimed at: Nursing staff, pre-hospital care staff, medical staff, allied health staff, health researches, retrieval or flight staff, student nurses.
The Australian College of Nursing (ACN) is the national professional organisation for nurses with an interest in leadership, nurses aspiring to leadership roles and nurses already in leadership roles across the Australian health and aged care system.
This year’s Conference explores the theme, “Honouring the Past, Treasuringthe Present and Shaping the Future”.
The Meeting will bring together Indigenous andnon-Indigenous health professionals from around the world to work towards anintegrated approach to improving health care and health outcomes for allIndigenous people.
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