28th Annual Conference 2017
WAVES OF CHANGE…Oceans of Opportunity… Start With Us
10 & 11 October 2017, Novotel Hotel Parramatta NSW Australia
SPECIAL PRESENTATION: REDEVELOPING THE SPECIALITY PRACTICE STANDARDS FOR IDD NURSING: THE NDIS AND BEYOND
PANDDA was awarded a grant from the NSW Department of Family and Community Services. PANDDA has entered into a research partnership with the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Western Sydney University to undertake research and then redevelop the PANDDA practice standards into a meaningful document that will last well into the future.
The unique roles and skills of IDD nurses as reported by the published literature
Hayden Jaques, Western Sydney University
Your voice, Your say: Preliminary findings from interviews conducted with nurses specialising in the care of people with IDD.
Dr Michele Wiese, Western Sydney University
Underpinning the development of future disability nursing standards: The story so far
Dr Nathan Wilson, Western Sydney University
Navigating Ever-Changing Seas: An emergent theoretical model informing ageing with intellectual disability in the context of ‘Family’
Dr Henrietta Trip RN PhD
Grab your boards…Let’s go surfing!
Carla Watson and Cristina Blanch
Alastair McEwin, Disability Discrimination Commissioner
How do we share our experiences and passions in our field? How do we create interest in an ever changing environment? Are their oceans of opportunities?
Sue Willis, Director of Academic Program (Clinical), School of Nursing and Midwifery, Western Sydney University
Riding the Wave – Good to Great
Ms Pam Brunner, Executive Director, Disability, FACS NSW
Jim Simpson, NSW Council for Intellectual Disability
Palliative Care: A shared experience – Process and practice on waves of change
Catharine Hulst and Robyn Buller
Undergraduate Nursing Students: Getting them out of their shell
Georgina Hoddle and Natalie Duckworth
Caught in the rip – Feeling impotent to bring about change
Are people with intellectual disability missing the immunisation boat
Negotiating the Rip – Exploring pathways to facilitate appropriate care
The BIG Wave: The process of change in palliation
Four-letter words in disability nursing
Georgina Hoddle and Gabrielle Macaulay