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Lecture Overview

Patient care relies on interprofessional interventions. Interprofessional communication, including genuine patient understanding, is critical to the provision of holistic care, adding significant complexity to your work. This session examines two missed care case studies to illustrate the importance of good communication between both the patient and the healthcare team.

Educators

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Kathryn Salamone

Kathryn Salamone has worked in nursing for over 30 years. In the years since, Kathryn has completed a Masters of Nursing Science, Graduate Diploma of Education (Nursing), Graduate Certificate in Clinical Practice and Management (Oncology) and is currently enrolled in a Masters of Public Health. Her main clinical focus was oncology, haematology, palliative care, and aged care nursing; with the last 20 years in various clinical education and teaching roles. She is passionate about professional practice and the issues faced in nursing today. Kathryn currently works at a large metropolitan hospital in Victoria.

Reviews

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17 Total Rating(s)

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Jennifer Wallis
16 Apr 2019

Engaging clear speaker. A great reminder of the importance of good communication

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Emily Quirk
16 Apr 2019

Ver clear and engaging. The 'real life' examples reinforced the point very well.

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Emily Quirk
16 Apr 2019

Very clear and engaging. I loves the 'real life' examples.

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Jeffrey stein
06 Apr 2019

It was good to see other professionals involved in changing a culture of poor communication

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tanya connell
01 Apr 2019

a good resource

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Georgie Conroy
30 Mar 2019

Very good. Anyone working in healthcare should be reminded the importance of communication with other colleagues and patients

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SIMANGALISO SIDAMBE
27 Mar 2019

Overall it was well presented and well supported with real life situations. Communication is a very important area in nursing and it is important that we continue to evaluate our communication skills for the better provision of care to patients under our care

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Susan May
27 Mar 2019

Great presenter bought such relevance to the session

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Lindsey Crossan
26 Mar 2019

Engaging speaker on such an important topic, would love to see her featured more.

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Andrea Wong
26 Mar 2019

It was a great talk and I believe sometimes nurses just need to have a break and start to learn and listen to whats going on around them rather than just being focus on completing their job.