Practice Connect #138

17 February 2022

Welcome to this Practice Connect, a fortnightly update for practice managers, nurses and practice administration staff on relevant issues, upcoming events and education.


COVID Updates



PPE update

As of this week, WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) has received its full distribution from the National Medical Stockpile which contains enough PPE stock to fill and dispatch all pending orders within two weeks.

Orders to Aboriginal Community Controlled Heath Services and GP Respiratory Clinics have already been dispatched and we are now working though all other orders.

PPE eligibility

We have updated information provided previously on PPE eligibility. This confirms that general practices which have agreed to see respiratory patients face to face and COVID positive patients virtually, or which are conducting services that may put them in contact with patients with respiratory symptoms are eligible to order P2/N95 respirators and eye protection until 31 March 2022. Please ensure you indicate your eligibility by selecting the appropriate option on the WAPHA PPE order form.

Practices have been provided with a personalised link to order PPE that has been emailed to the designated contact at the practice. This link prepopulates your organisation’s information so you can order PPE more quickly. If you are unable to find your organisation’s personalised link, please email

Alternatively you can access the WAPHA PPE Order form located on the Practice Assist Website and complete your organisation’s contact details and submit a PPE request.

Additionally, soon to be introduced emergency PPE arrangements will mean practices, which do not presently meet the eligibility requirements for the comprehensive PPE bundles but which are impacted or are in urgent need of PPE, i.e. practices which cannot see patients due to a lack of PPE, will be able to contact us via to discuss their situation.




New COVID-19 resources for at-risk patient cohorts

In addition to not being vaccinated, there are numerous other factors that can increase the risk of more serious and severe illness from COVID-19 as identified by the Australian Government Department of Health.
To make it easier for general practices to identify their patient cohorts that are at greater risk, we have developed the COVID-19 Identifying At-Risk Patient Cohorts resource.
This new resource outlines a list of risk factors with links to the relevant Pen CS recipes that practices can use to quickly identify patients who may require extra support before they contract COVID-19.
In this edition we are focusing further on new COVID-19 resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, which is one of the cohorts that have been identified with an increased risk of COVID-19 transmission and severity. General practices can play a significant role in improving the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and mitigating the risk of COVID-19.
To assist general practitioners (GPs) and practices with providing specific support and information to this at-risk patient cohort, we have created a new COVID-19 GP Checklist for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People resource.
This simple, two-page resource details a range of actions and MBS item numbers that can be used to prepare, support, manage, educate and empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you would like further information about supporting at-risk patient cohorts, contact the team at Practice Assist by calling 1800 2 ASSIST (1800 2 277 478) or emailing




What can we do if we have a COVID-19 positive case in our practice?

Picture1-(1).pngThe prospect of a COVID-19 positive case in your practice is now becoming a real possibility. Given that WA has transitioned to a High Caseload environment, understanding the current definition of a close contact will be essential to your response.

We are currently awaiting further information from WA State Health however your initial response should be to contact Public Health Emergency Operations Centre (PHEOC) 1300 316 555.

Regarding information to give to your patients please advise them to contact 13COVID (13 26843) and visit Healthy WA for a range of relevant and up to date information.

For additional support for your clinical team please direct them to WA Department of Health.

There is no better time to ensure that you have your practice plan in place. Contact Practice Assist 1800 2 ASSIST (277 478) for further assistance with the use of our COVID-19 resources and one to one support in developing your plan.

Stay tuned, we will release further information and resources as soon as it is available.



COVID-19 vaccine stock: Metropolitan adult Comirnaty (Pfizer) surplus

WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) is aware of large quantities of excess adult Comirnaty (Pfizer) in the metropolitan area.

Practices that would like extra vaccines to hold additional clinics should complete the stock redistribution survey.

Practices needing to transfer excess vaccines should give WAPHA as much notice as possible to account for vaccine expiry dates.

It is unlikely that WAPHA can assist with redistribution if the vaccines are due to expire in five days or less.

Please be advised that WAPHA cannot guarantee the successful transfer of stock.

Practices are encouraged to attempt to arrange stock redistribution within their networks of nearby practices and pharmacies.

For logistics and delivery queries, please contact the Vaccine Operations Centre (VOC) for further assistance on 1800 318 208 or via email



Nuvaxovid (Novavax) expression of interest (EOI)

General practices that are already participating in the National COVID-19 Vaccination Program can continue to submit an expression of interest to The Australian Government Department of Health to expand their participation to receive an ongoing allocation of the Nuvaxovid (Novavax) vaccine for individuals over 18 years of age who: 

  • have not received their primary course vaccinations; and
  • have expressed an interest in this vaccine.

Nuvaxovid (Novavax) has not applied for regulatory authorisation to be used as a booster, so therefore cannot be used as a booster dose at this time.

Read the Australian Government Department of Health fact sheet for more information on the Nuvaxovid (Novavax) vaccine EOI requirements, allocation and timeframes.

The Department of Health has advised there has already been a high-level interest across Australia from primary care sites wishing to administer the Nuvaxovid (Novavax) vaccine and they intend to onboard practices in tranches.

These tranches have been identified by the Department by considering vaccination rates, to maintain per capita state equity and align with existing order windows were possible.

The deadline for interested practices seeking delivery in the first delivery windows (from mid to late February) has closed, but practices can continue to register their expression of interest for subsequent supply. 

The supply of the Nuvaxovid (Novavax) vaccine would be in addition to existing Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca), Comirnaty (Pfizer) vaccine and/or SpikeVax (Moderna) vaccine allocations.

Thank you to those practices that have already expressed their interest through this process.

WA Primary Health Alliance is available to answer questions on the National Vaccine Rollout through Practice Assist. Email or telephone 1800 2 ASSIST (1800 2 277 478).


Vaccine Rollout Information - PracticeAssist



REMINDER - Reporting adverse events following immunisation

Immunisation providers are reminded that suspected adverse events following immunisation (AEFI) are notifiable conditions in WA (Public Health Regulations, 2017) and must be reported to the WA Vaccine Safety Surveillance (WAVSS) system within 72 hours of recognition of the event.  This includes deaths and other serious outcomes that may occur up to 42 days following immunisation with a COVID-19 vaccine.

Immunisation providers are asked to be aware of the extended time-frame during which AEFI may occur following a COVID-19 vaccine and to report any suspected adverse event using the WAVSS on-line reporting system.

What is an Adverse Events Following Immunisation (AEFI)? 

An AEFI is an unwanted or unexpected event occurring after the administration of a vaccine. An AEFI may occur several hours or days or even weeks after vaccination. An AEFI may be due to a person’s response to the vaccine, coincidence (that is, it would have occurred regardless of vaccination) or incorrect handling or administration of a vaccine.

Do I need to report all AEFIs? 

Healthcare providers who become aware of an AEFI have a statutory responsibility to notify the Western Australian Department of Health within 72 hours of diagnosis as specified in the Public Health Act 2016 and the Public Health Regulations 2017.
You should report: 
  • Any significant event following immunisation 
  • Any vaccine reaction which requires assessment by a doctor or nurse 
  • Any reaction which has affected a family’s confidence in future immunisation  
Common expected reactions following immunisation, such as mild fever, redness or swelling at the injection site, do not need to be reported.  

How do I report an AEFI? 

Report the adverse event online at  You will need to register if it is your first time reporting an AEFI.  The Western Australian Vaccine Safety Surveillance (WAVSS) clinical team will assess all reported AEFIs. The WAVSS team may contact you or the patient directly if further details are required. The patient may be referred to a specialist clinic for review or supervision for future vaccination. All AEFIs will be reported to the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) by WAVSS staff.  

For clinical advice for all AEFIs call the WAVSS team at 08 6456 0208 (Mon-Fri,8am-4:30pm).
Whilst WAVSS can provide advice to clinicians regarding AEFI assessment, it cannot provide acute management advice to patients. Patients who require medical advice due to ongoing symptoms should seek clinical assessment and management with their GP, or at their local Hospital Emergency Department.

For more information 



Additional COVID-19 vaccines now approved for use in Australia and recognised in Australia can now be recorded on the AIR

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has announced that Novavax (NUVAXOVID) is now approved for use in Australia and Gamaleya Sputnik V is a recognised vaccine.  These vaccines can now be recorded on the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) and individuals who had a Sputnik V vaccination overseas on or after 1 March 2020, can have it recorded on AIR.

The Services Australia website lists the COVID-19 vaccines approved or recognised by the TGA that can be recorded on AIR as well as the AIR vaccine code formats.

Frequently asked questions | Australian Digital Health Agency


Notification of eligibility of COVID-19 booster vaccinations from Services Australia

COVID-19 vaccinations to protect you, your family and your community |  Ochre HealthFrom 5 February 2022, customers will get a notification when they are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination booster.

The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) recommends providing boosters 3 months after the primary vaccination course.  Services Australia will send booster notifications to customers who:

  • completed their primary vaccination course 4 months ago, and
  • have not yet had their booster
Customers will get this notification through:
  • myGov messages, if they have chosen to get myGov notifications digitally, or
  • the post as a letter

The booster notification reads: 'You are now able to receive your booster dose for COVID-19. If you have not yet booked this vaccination, you can book through the online Vaccine Clinic Finder or contact your vaccination provider.'

Further information about COVID-19 is available on the Australian Government Department of Health website.



COVID- 19 HealthPathways Updates

HealthPathways - WAPHA

The following content updates have now been published on the HealthPathways site:

Recently Reviewed Pathways

To access HealthPathways please email the HealthPathways team at



Other news 


2022 Influenza Immunisation Program    

The WA Department of Health, in partnership with WAPHA, the RACGP, and the AMA, have commenced planning for the 2022 Influenza Immunisation Program.

Monitor your email and the next edition of Practice Connect for more updates about the 2022 Program.  



Your NASH certificate is the key to all things digital in General Practice. Have you renewed it?

To keep access to digital health tools such as Electronic Prescribing and My Health Record, you must have a current NASH Certificate installed. NASH Certificates may be expiring in March 2022 for many organisations. Your NASH certificate may originally have had an expiry date past March 13 2022, however due to the upgrade of the NASH PKI certificates to NASH SHA-2 Certificates, your digital health services will discontinue working from March 13 unless it was renewed after September 2021.

Important changes to your clinical information software | Australian  Medical AssociationIf your NASH certificate is not renewed prior to March 13 you will lose access to Electronic Prescribing, Healthcare Identifiers, Secure Messaging and My Health Record. This will affect your ability to upload and access My Health Record, consequently affecting your ePIP incentive.

The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) is hosting multiple webinar session dates that will step you through the process of requesting and renewing a NASH certificate for your organisation.

The staff member who is the Organisation Maintenance Officer (OMO) needs to attend as they are responsible for renewing NASH certificates. OMOs are also encouraged to check they can log into PRODA prior to attending, to ensure the demonstrated steps can be easily completed following the session.

Webinar details: (14 dates to choose from) 
Choose a date and register

The ADHA have also released the Renewing your NASH PKI Certificate quick guide to assist you with this process for your practice.

For further support and information on renewing your NASH Certificate please contact Practice Assist. 



New patient resources developed by Diabetes Australia

Diabetes Specialist - Amherst, NY & Cheektowaga, NY: Northeast Medical, PC:  Family MedicineEvery year thousands of Australians are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes Australia has recently developed a new resource: a blood glucose monitoring log sheet, to help patients living with type 2 diabetes easily track their glucose levels. This log sheet helps record blood glucose levels and makes note of the different things, such as food and drink, physical activity and medications, that can impact those levels. This can help patients with their diabetes management.
You can download this resource and others to share in practice here



Drs4Drs Health Services

Make sure your doctors are looking after themselves, with being able to access the free DRS4DRS doctor health medical services supported by the Department of Health and Medical Board of Australia.

The DRS4DRS has been developed by the medical profession for the medical profession, and through their network of doctors’ health advisory and referral services, they offer an independent, safe, supportive and confidential service.

DRS4DRS promotes the health and wellbeing of doctors and medical students across Australia. They are there to help find the support needed via online resources, referral services and importantly for wellbeing, and will connect with another GP when required.

In addition to these, Doctors Health Services Pty Ltd (DrHS) is also making available a confidential telehealth service specifically for doctors and medical students who are struggling with their mental health. Full details here

  • Contact details for different State and Territory doctor health services and the national 24 hour mental health call line for doctors are available here
  • For further learning and information on the “Care for a Doctor” learning module, a free two-hour CPD accredited education module click here 




Patient Assisted Travel Scheme (PATS) expanded escort eligibility criteria

The PATS team is excited to announce the expanded escort eligibility criteria.

The escort eligibility criteria can be viewed on the PATS website.
With the PATS Online Portal development underway, the PATS Application/Claim Forms will not be updated at this point. If you have a patient who meets the eligibility criteria for an escort, but the reason is not listed on the form (ie journey navigation), you can simply write the reason in the space provided for “other”.
This expanded escort criteria comes following a funding commitment from the State Government to enhance the Scheme. This commitment also has seen the increase in commercial accommodation subsidies of up to $100 per night for PATS eligible patients and up to an extra $15 per night for escorts, effective from 13 September 2021.

Beyond the City Limits - Medical Forum



NPS MedicineWise – don’t forget non-covid patients

NPS MedicineWise continue to offer convenient ways to access their free, evidence based clinical education with topics to support best practice care of your covid patients and non-covid patients.
The next topic looks at Mental health and young people: opportunities to empower and engage click here to book.

This program is designed to help GPs assess people aged 16–24 years who present with psychological distress, and discuss medicines and non-medicine management options for depression and anxiety disorders.

The educational visit will focus on how to engage with young people to empower them and increase their autonomy, and support informed decision-making. The visit will consider psychosocial assessment, safety planning, the role for medicines, monitoring and review of agreed management options and the role for family and other supports. 

Information will be included on resources and support services that GPs can offer to young people struggling with mental health issues plus practical tips for accessing online mental health tools. 

NPS MedicineWise educational visits are recognised by the RACGP & ACRRM CPD programs and available as:

  • One-on-one discussion: 30-minute in-practice discussion for GPs, tailored to individual learning needs.
  • Virtual visit: covid safe via video call.
  • Small-group: 1-hour in-practice meeting for up to 10 health professionals (GPs, pharmacists and nurses).

All visits will comply with current state and territory regulations for social distancing.

NPS MedicineWise are funded by the Commonwealth to promote evidence based health information, to support informed health decisions and the quality use of medicines.

Visit for more information.

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New My Aged Care face-to-face service offer launched by Department of Health and Services Australia

Launch of My Aged Care face-to-face service offer

My Aged Care is the main entry point into the aged care system in Australia. My Aged Care aims to make it easier for senior Australians, their families, and carers to access information on ageing and aged care, have their needs assessed, eligibility identified, and be supported to find and access services.
The Department of Health has launched a new My Aged Care face-to-face service offer, delivered by Services Australia. Building on the My Aged Care website and contact centre, senior Australians will now have access to Aged Care Specialist Officers to provide in-person support to access and register for aged care services.

Introducing Aged Care Specialist Officers

Aged Care Specialist Officers will be available in Services Australia service centres across the country. Initially this will be in 16 locations and will increase to 80 locations by December 2022. Ten Aged Care Specialist Officers will deliver outreach support to senior Australians living in rural and regional areas.

Appointments to see an Aged Care Specialist Officer in participating sites can be made by calling Services Australia on 1800 227 475.

A list of sites offering appointments with an Aged Care Specialist Officer is also available on the Services Australia website, or you can visit My Aged Care for information about government aged care services. 




ANZAED Eating Disorder Credential

A new ANZAED Eating Disorder Credential aims to help people experiencing eating disorders locate the right treatment at the right time, increasing the chance of positive treatment outcome; and support referrers to easily locate a mental health professional and/or dietitian to provide treatment for people experiencing an eating disorder.
If you are a mental health professional or dietitian with expertise in eating disorders, get registered now. Find out more about the Credential here

Applications for the ANZAED Eating Disorder Credential are free until 30 June 2022.

The National Eating Disorders Collaboration (NEDC) is providing Professional Development Packages of free training and/or supervision to mental health professionals and dietitians that are new to or early in their practise in eating disorders. These packages support clinicians to meet the required training and supervision criteria for the ANZAED Eating Disorder Credential.

These packages are available to clinicians across Australia, and we encourage you to apply. To find out more and to apply for these packages, please contact and view the flyer here




Healthdirect Video Call COVID- 19 GP Program Extension

Learnings from colleagues on the east coast have indicated that using telehealth services during the pandemic has been critical for the health care of their patients, and the survival of their practice. If you are not telehealth enabled please contact our Digital Health Team or see the Digital Health resources below.

Healthdirect Australia is pleased to announce that the Department of Health has extended the healthdirect Video Call COVID- 19 GP Program to 30 June 2022.

This provides free Video Call access for general practitioners working in private practice and/or Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs).
  • We encourage you to continue using this secure video consulting platform which has been purpose-built for primary care settings. 
  • For GPs in private practice wanting to start using the service, please register your practice. For GPs in ACCHOs wanting to start using the service, please register for access.
  • RACGP CPD accredited training in healthdirect Video Call is available for your practice (see below).

healthdirect Video Call - Healthy North Coast
RACGP Accredited Training

In collaboration with the RACGP, Healthdirect Australia is offering CPD courses that support GPs and Practice Managers to use Video Call more confidently and effectively. The following free courses are run by Healthdirect’s RACGP Education Activity Representatives:

  • Essential Video Call training 1 hour 2 CPD points for RACGP or 1 hour ACCRM credit

This module is for GPs new to Video Call and covers the basic functionality of the platform. The course will also suit Practice Managers who may be implementing telehealth into their practice workflows. Register here for essential training

  • Advanced Video Call training 1 hour 2 CPD points for RACGP or 1 hour ACCRM credit

This module covers more advanced use of the platform. The course will also suit Practice Managers and anyone interested in how Video Call can reshape the provision of services to patients or clients. Register here for advanced training

Please contact the healthdirect Video Call team if you have any questions.



Practice Assist Resource Library 

As part of our support for general practices, Practice Assist maintains a library of useful resources in our Practice Assist Resource Library. These resources range across different topics from GP Accreditation, Practice Incentives Program, to the latest in resources around COVID-19.
Below are some of our new and updated resources:

COVID-19 Resources

Digital Health

Programs & National Schemes

If you have an idea for a new resource or feedback on our current resources, please email with ideas and comments.



Education & Events 



Featured Events & Training 


WAPHA COVID-19: Practice Preparedness for COVID - Lessons from the East coast webinar

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) | USDAWA Primary Health Alliance invites practices around WA to join our Living with COVID-19: Practice Preparedness for COVID - Lessons from the East coast webinar, on Wednesday 23 of February, 1 -2pm.

This hour long session is to provide Practice Managers, Practice Nurses and Practice Administration staff, information and the opportunity to ask questions on tasks and resources available for getting practices COVID-19 ready.
To register click here

View the flyer here for more information

Living with COVID-19 Webinars by Katrina Otto

WAPHA is delighted to host the third on our series of Living with COVID Webinars led by dynamic presenter Katrina Otto.
The webinar will be held on Tuesday 22nd February from 18:00 - 19:00 (with option to extend for further 15 mins Q&A if required).
Topics covered in the session:

  • Telehealth – MBS Billing
  • Embedding digital aids into practice
  • Patient communication options.

Information you provide when registering will be shared with the account owner and host and can be used and shared by them in accordance with their Terms and Privacy Policy. These event will be recorded and shared with the WAPHA & Train IT Medical LMS in accordance with their Terms and Privacy Policy.
Register here


Free Registration for the 2022 Practice Coach Summit - 25 February 2022

Keeping on top of quality improvements opportunities in practice can be challenging and the 2022 Practice Coach Summit is fast approaching on 25 February 2022.

Join us – for free – where you can network with other Practice Managers/ hear from QA experts.
It promises to be a valuable day in which you’ll be able to hear from some of the leading voices nationally and internationally who are helping to support medical and health care practices to thrive. Topics include productive data management, self-care for providers, responding to challenging patient reviews and comments, motivational interviewing and behavioural change and more.
The Summit is also a great way to build your own informal networks which can lift everyone during these challenging times.
WA Primary Health Alliance has purchased unlimited registrations, which means that you will be able to have as many as you wish attend from your practice, as our guests.
Please feel free to contact the WAPHA Training team via email if you have any questions.

Click here to register – it’s a very simple process to sign up! 

Alcohol & Other Drug Network: 4 Weeks to register!

Experience from the Covid Pandemic on the East Coast indicated an increased incidence of alcohol and other drug use. WA is just commencing their real exposure of the COVID pandemic and will likely anticipate an increased incident rate of alcohol and other drug use in our state. The Alcohol & Other Drug forum will provide an opportunity to explore best practice in patient care. The Network will provide a ready platform in WA, to discuss these issues as they arise.

The Alcohol & Other Drug Network is commencing on Thursday 24 February 2022, at 6 – 7:30pm.

Register here to join the Network.
Session 1: Let’s talk about alcohol and other drug use: Benefits, Relevance and Importance of GPs managing Alcohol and Other Drug issues
  • Introduction to the AOD Network and ECHO methodology
  • Get to know your peers - participant intros and key concerns
  • Demystifying the management of alcohol and other drugs in General Practice.
Facilitator: Dr Simon Slota-Kan
Speaker: Dr Rupert Backhouse
Thursday 24 February, 6 – 7:30pm - register here
Session 2:  Starting a conversation with our patients
  • How to talk to a patient when they haven’t disclosed alcohol and other drug concerns
  • Using Screening and Brief Intervention
  • Introduction to Motivational Interviewing
Facilitator: Dr Simon Slota-Kan
Speaker: Dr Wendy Lawrence
Thursday 24 March, 6 – 7:30pm  - register here
Session 3: Who Can You Call? Services and Supports for primary care practitioners
  • Overview of treatment and support services for patients
  • Clinical support tools for primary care practitioners
  • Knowing your local support options
Facilitator: Dr Simon Slota-Kan
Speaker: Dr Richard O’Regan
Thursday 28 April, 6 – 7:30pm - register here
Sessions 4 – 6: Participant Informed
  • Participants have the opportunity to direct topics for brief didactic and peer-led presentations
Please visit the Project Page for more information or contact Project ECHO Officer, Isobel Storey, at for queries or questions.


COVID-19 Information Forum for People with Disability and their supports 

The Disability Health Network, in partnership with the State Health Incident Coordination Centre are hosting a COVID-19 Information Forum for People with Disability and their supports next Tuesday 22/2/22.
This session will cover:
  • Preparing and testing for COVID-19 and
  • what to do if a person with disability or their support network becomes ill with COVID-19.
This forum is an opportunity to hear from and post a question (when registering) to key partners from:
  •  State Health Incident Coordination Centre (SHICC)
  •  WA COVID-19 Vaccination Program
  •  National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA)
  •  Office of Disability
  •  State Welfare Incident Coordination Centre (SWICC)

Register here


Other Webinars, Events & Workshops

ACT NOW! Your NASH certificate may be expiring
Multiple dates
Presented by Australian Digital Health Agency
RACGP webinar: Hepatitis B for Primary Care Providers
Presented by ASHM & RACGP
22 February
Cold Chain Management (QPA Client Only Webinar)
Presented by QPA
22 February
Immunisation Coalition Webinar: Meningococcal Disease in Australia
Presented by Immunisation Coalition
23 February
Persistent Pain Program, Wanneroo, GP education event
Presented by Black Swan Health
24 February
2022 Practice Coach Virtual Summit - SAVE THE DATE
Presented by Practice Coach Australia
25 February
Launch of ASHM and ACON’s Trans and Gender Diverse Healthcare e-learning
Presented by ASHM
2 March 2022
RACGP Webinar: Introduction to Sexual and Reproductive Health  
Presented by ASHM
10 March
BreastScreen WA mobile visit CARNARVON
Presented by BreastScreen WA
16 March to 11 April
C the Whole Story: Hepatitis C in Homelessness, AOD, and Mental Health Settings  
Presented by ASHM
1 April
2022 Wound Management Workshops: Metro
Presented by Clinical Design Solutions
Multiple Dates
2022 Wound Management Workshops: Regional
Presented by Clinical Design Solutions
Multiple Dates
Practice Owners National Conference registrations are open
Presented by RACGP
14 to 15 May
2022 ACNP National Conference: Inspiring Future Growth for Nurse Practitioners and Advanced Practice
Presented by ANCP
13-15 October 


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