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1

practice nurse

  • Wound and injury care: Apply clean dressings, slings, stockings, or support bandages.
  • Assessing triage for patients.
  • Responsibility of immunisations
  • Implementation of care plans,
2

practice nurse

  • Genie software
  •  Immunisations of all ages/ Travel Vaccines 
  •  Spirometry 
  •  ECG
  •  Urinalysis and uriscreen
  •  Medical assessments for commercial drivers
  •  Wound assessment and care
3

practice nurse

  • Phone call and walk in Triage of patients.
  • Under the direction of the GP provide testing, treatment and care including immunisation, wound care, administration of prescribed medications, ECG’s, spirometry, venesection and pathology specimen collection, audiometry, vision acuity, ear syringing, drug and alcohol screening and other activities within the recognised scope of practice.
  • Store, prepare and administer medication in accordance with organisational policy, protocol and relevant legislation.
  • Undertake health assessments & health checks reflective of patients age, risk assessment and ethnical  background e.g. Indigenous Health Assessment, 75 yr Health Assessment, 45-49 yr Health Check.
  • Provide follow up monitoring, care and co-ordination as directed through health assessments and care plans; this includes referrals and case management with other relevant internal and external allied health and service providers. 
  • Responsible for the recall and reminder follow ups.
  • Assist the GP with initiation and follow up reviews and referrals for GP Management Plans and Team Care Arrangements.
4

practice nurse

  • Wound management.
  • Injections, childhood immunisations.
  • Removal of casts.
  • Preventive health checks including cervical screening and immunisation.
  • First aid and emergency management.
  • Diagnostic services including ECG, urine drug screening, hearing tests, peak flow and spirometry.
  • Maintaining, monitoring and improving patient information systems including patient register and recall systems.
5

practice nurse, obesity specialist

  • Identify, perform/collect, and/or interpret the results of diagnostic tests such as pathology, ECGs, and radiography.
  • Administer medication dosages, routes, and frequencies based on patients’ characteristics such as age and gender and clinical presentation.
  • Diagnose or treat chronic health care problems such as high blood pressure and diabetes in collaboration with other health care providers as necessary.
  • Read current literature, talk with colleagues, and participate in professional organisations or conferences to keep abreast of developments in nursing and trends in care based on Research Developments.
  • Recommend diagnostic or therapeutic interventions with attention to safety, cost, invasiveness, simplicity, acceptability, adherence, and efficacy. e.g. Gastric Surgery and Management of same, Wound Care Therapy including Complex VAC Management, Breast Care Management.
  • Perform primary care procedures such as splinting/immobilisation, administering immunisations, taking cultures, and debriding wounds applying VAC wound care systems and managing same.
  • Assess and manage the Bariatric patient including Adjustment of Lap Band Ports, identify complications of same and manage adverse effects.