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Video Interview with Shelley Nowlan, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer, Queensland Health

By: Australian Healthcare Week
02/21/2019

Queensland Health is currently implementing 400 nurse navigators and utilising them in a myriad of settings. This will not only help coordinate patient centred care but also improve patient outcomes and facilitate systems improvement.

In this video interview ahead of Australian Healthcare Week 2019, Shelley Nowlan, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer, Queensland Health shares insight into:

  • Opportunity cost savings to the system and how they justified its implementation
  • Putting patient experience at the forefront – how this system gives patients a sense of control over their healthcare and how nurses respond to them in times of need
  • The factors set to transform nursing in the coming years

Don't miss the chance to join Nursing leaders and the Australian Nursing community at the Free Nurses and Clinicians Event running at Australian Healthcare Week 2019 on the 27-28 March, Sydney.

Accredited by the Australian College of Nursing, the Nurses and Clinicians Event will feature 28+ speaker sessions and provide attendees with 11.5 CPD points.

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