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Autoimmune Diseases - Conference for Nurses

  • : Melbourne VIC 3000

Autoimmune diseases are common and can lead to chronic suffering and poor quality of life if not properly managed. Attend this conference and find out:

  • What is known about the causes of autoimmune disease
  • Why are autoimmune diseases are more prevalent in women?
  • What modern treatments are on the horizon?
  • Common side effects of current treatments
  • What works to prevent ‘flare ups’
  • How to support people with chronic conditions

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The Goal Need for Program

There are more than 80 known autoimmune diseases which affect as many as 1 in 20 people in Australia. Coeliac disease, systemic lupus erythematosus and rheumatoid arthritis are examples of such conditions. The inflammatory characteristic of autoimmune diseases can have cascading effects on other body organs. Nurses are therefore, likely to care for people with an autoimmune condition frequently within their practice. As the science behind the disease is rapidly evolving, treatments and the delivery of care must adapt accordingly.

Purpose of Program

The purpose of this conference is to explore current knowledge relating to autoimmune diseases and relate this to best nursing practice.

Your learning outcomes:

Use your understanding of the connection between inflammation and autoimmune diseases to enhance your delivery of care

Link the known course of the autoimmune disease to nursing care which maximises the patients quality of life

Correlate long term pharmaceutical treatments against potential risks to improve patient outcomes

Identify potential triggers and initiate early interventions to prevent ‘flare ups’


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Autoimmune Diseases - Conference for Nurses
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11 hours
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11 hours
Price Details
$671.00 (two days)
Melbourne VIC 3000
Oaks On Collins , 480 Collins St
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