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Postgraduate Masterclass for the Master of Nursing (Graduate Entry)

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Seminar Room 440

New Law School Annexe

University of Sydney, NSW 2006

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Presented by Dr Vasiliki Betihavas

Experience first-hand one of the classes that may form your future course at the University of Sydney. Postgraduate masterclasses are your opportunity to join a class from the actual course curriculum, delivered by a leading academic from the program.

Accountability in the profession of nursing: learning how to critically think and reflect on your actions

This masterclass shares insight into the nursing practices designed to meet individual and family needs who are either living with long-term health conditions or terminal illness. Hear from our academic expert about the holistic approach to nursing care, care provision between hospital and community, mental health issues, chronic pain, co-morbidities and palliative nursing skills including symptom management and psychosocial care.

This class is delivered based on the University of Sydney unit of study, NURS6018 Care of Chronic Conditions, a core unit in the Master of Nursing (Graduate Entry).

About the presenter
Dr Vasiliki Betihavas is a nurse scientist who specializes in the area of heart failure. Heart failure is the primary
reason for hospitalisation for adults over 65 years of age. Her expertise is within the area of risk prediction, chronic disease management, acute care assessment and social determinant of health factors. Vasiliki has developed a global first, risk prediction model that individualises the risk for readmission of adults with heart failure and has presented her findings nationally and internationally. Through her research, Vasiliki is attempting to use clinically relevant and applicable models to target adults at risk and implement support strategies to prevent hospital readmission.

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