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ASHM Report Back
Clinical posts from members and guests of the Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM) from various international medical and scientific conferences on HIV, AIDS, viral hepatitis, and sexual health.
The Role of Advanced Nursing Practice
Innovative Models of Nursing Care and the Role of Advance Nursing Practice
Congratuations to all presenters on these inspiring sessions. The diversity demonstrated in these different models of care showed the adaption of nursing into various work settings.
Leah showed us how being innovative in the way things are done can not only continue to achieve positive outcomes for clients living with HIV but also achieved the desired activity performance markers required by health departments.
Elizabeth reminded us that nurses are the linchpin in the treatment cascade encouraging us to act with a focus on justice, politics and collaborative leadership.
Danielle encouraged us to use creative thinking in our clinical delivery, to analyse the gaps, engage local partners and the local community and have a well defined scope of practice with appropriate governance.
Joanne showed us how peer educators and community screens have achieved some substantial outcomes in the management of STI's in the Cape York.
Penny works across several jurisdictions to provided comprehensive SRH care to diverse communities in North Queensland.
Bridget demonstrated the diverse role that nurses play in models of care to individuals with Hepatitis C from community settings, nurse led clinics to community care.
Karen has shown that even with a successful model of care for HIV positive pregnant women, consideration to adaptions in service delivery needs to be factored. This has been successfully achieved by providing education to rural areas with supporting materials, sharing of CPG'S and shared cared models.