Events & Workshops

UCRH Workshops

All events and workshops are listed in our calendar. You will find information on dates, times and booking details for all our upcoming workshops and events.

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Mar
9
Thu
Innovators + Change Makers. Inspiring Women in Health @ UCRH Lecture Theatre
Mar 9 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

In Conversation with Emma Walke, Kylie Everman and Susan Nancarrow.

Hosted by Alex Grantham.

An evening of wine + dinner, aspiring workshop, inspiring conversations, networking with local women

A Lismore Women’s Festival Event 2017.

View flyer here


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Mar
16
Thu
Social Connections Breakfast @ UCRH Lecture Theatre
Mar 16 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am

On the day:

7.30am to 8.00am – Grab some breakfast and network on the UCRH Deck

8am to 8.30am – Guest speaker/s

8.30am to 9.00am – More time to eat and network with colleagues on the UCRH deck

Please register to attend: UCRH-social-connections-1.eventbrite.com.au


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IV Cannulation Simulation Workshop @ Nyumbalihgu Simulation Centre
Mar 16 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Course content
•Review anatomy & physiology of veins/arteries
•Client preparation & education
• IV cannulation site selection
•Special precautions & safety considerations
•Cannula selections
•Safe use of local anaesthetic & infection control issues
•IV cannulation procedure
•Complications related to the procedure &/or site
•Competency assessment on a simulation ‘model’ arm

Numbers are limited.  Applications close one week prior to course.

View/download flyer here

Online registration form


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UCRH Research Seminar Series – Hazard reduction burning and bushfires – impacts on health @ UCRH Lecture Theatre
Mar 16 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Hazard reduction burning and bushfires – impacts on health
Presented by Assoc Prof Geoff Morgan and Josh Horsley (PhD Candidate).

view flyer here

To register please email by Monday 6th March.


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Mar
27
Mon
Adult Advanced Life Support @ UCRH Nyumbalihgu Simulation Centre
Mar 27 – Mar 28 all-day

Course Overview
This two‐day ALS Program is suitable for health professionals in the provision of adult advanced life support in a clinical setting. Accredited by the Australian College of Critical
Care Nurses (ACCCN) and based on the latest 2010 Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) guidelines, the program includes a comprehensive Adult ALS manual, access to an
E‐learning quiz, plus a 2‐day interactive workshop including assessment and certification.
Topics covered in the workshop include:
 Adult Anatomy & Physiology
 BLS & ALS algorithms and principles
 Advanced airway management
 Electrical therapy
 Pharmacology
 Post resuscitation care
 Legal and ethical

View flyer here.

Online registration form


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Apr
4
Tue
Aged Care Simulation Workshop @ UCRH Nyumbalihgu Simulation Centre
Apr 4 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Using a combination of interactive lectures and immersive scenarios the workshop provides staff working in the aged care sector with
the opportunity to develop both the clinical and team skills required to manage an acutely unwell resident.
Topics include: Chest pain, Basic Life support, Foreign Body removal, Asthma, Head injury, Hypoglycaemia, and Clinical Handover.

Registrations close two weeks prior to the course.

Morning tea provided

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Online registration form here


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Apr
6
Thu
IV Cannulation Simulation Workshop @ Nyumbalihgu Simulation Centre
Apr 6 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Course content
•Review anatomy & physiology of veins/arteries
•Client preparation & education
• IV cannulation site selection
•Special precautions & safety considerations
•Cannula selections
•Safe use of local anaesthetic & infection control issues
•IV cannulation procedure
•Complications related to the procedure &/or site
•Competency assessment on a simulation ‘model’ arm

Numbers are limited.  Applications close one week prior to course.

View/download flyer here

Online registration form


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Apr
20
Thu
Social Connections Breakfast @ UCRH Lecture Theatre
Apr 20 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am

On the day:

7.30am to 8.00am – Grab some breakfast and network on the UCRH Deck

8am to 8.30am – Guest speaker/s

8.30am to 9.00am – More time to eat and network with colleagues on the UCRH deck

Please register to attend: UCRH-social-connections-1.eventbrite.com.au


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Buddhist Psychology, Compassion Focused Therapy, and ACT: The core elements @ Victoria Park Golf Complex
Apr 20 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

Workshop presenter – Dennis Tirch

How can the science of mindful compassion inform our approach as ACT (or CBT) practitioners? Can it enhance and expand our clinical work? How do Buddhist Psychology and the science of compassion converge to reveal a path of courage, kindness and empowerment?

This two-day clinical/experiential workshop is specifically designed to help ACT and CBT practitioners deepen their understanding and practice of compassion focused treatment of psychological suffering.

Full details can be found here

 


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Apr
26
Wed
Experiencing Compassion – focused ACT @ Byron Bay Community and Cultural Centre
Apr 26 – Apr 28 all-day

Workshop presenter: Dennis Tirch

Compassion. We all know it’s an important part of therapy relationship.  But recent advances in psychological research, theory and practice have suggested that compassion may be one of the most important processes in psychotherapeutic effectiveness.

How can we develop our own capacity to harness compassion in psychotherapy and daily life? Research increasingly shows that if therapists want to deepen their understanding of a therapy and develop a more nuanced set of skills as therapists, then experiencing that therapy ‘from the inside out’ is one of the best ways to do so.

Experiencing from the Inside Out also affords therapists the opportunity to make changes that may be of personal as well as professional benefit.

Further details can be found here


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