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Australian Practice Nurses Association (APNA) conference



APNA's 2014 national conference, Thriving Through Change, which will be held at the Hilton Sydney on 29 to 31 May. APNA's conference includes a fantastic program to enhance clinical expertise to add to your personal and professional development while providing primary health care nurses with extensive opportunities to network with colleagues from around Australia. Participating in the conference will enable you to enhance your clinical expertise and add to your understanding of important practice changes and policy directions. Keynote speakers include; Dr Rosemary Bryant, Dr Madrean Schober, Barbara Docherty, Professor Garry Egger, Lucy Perry and Kitty Flanagan. The social program will have something for everyone, including a dinner cruise on Sydney Harbour!

Program will include:

HealthInfoNet Cafe

APNA's 2014 national conference, Thriving Through Change, was held at the Hilton Hotel in Sydney from 29-31 May 2014.

Kathy Ride conducted an Australian Indigenous ClinicalInfoNet cafe which attracted considerable interest from the many delegates. Over 500 delegates attended the conference, including primary health care nurses, practice nurses, remote area nurses and practice managers. The delegates came together from all over Australia to learn and network.

Keynote speakers and concurrent speakers addressed a diverse number of topics including leadership, enabling change, influencing policy, Indigenous primary health care, Lifestyle medicine and behavioural change.

APNA tradeshow ClinicalInfoNet cafe Kathy Ride
More information about the HealthInfoNet cafes


Level 2, 159 Dorcas Street
South Melbourne VIC 3205
Ph: (03) 9669 7400
Fax: (03) 9669 7499


Last updated: 26 June 2014
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