Special Interest Groups

 

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Private Practice Special Interest Group Conference, Canberra, 6 & 7 March 2009

 

WHO IS THE ACMHN PRIVATE PRACTICE SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP?

Specialist mental health nurses in private practice collaborate with the community and other health care providers to deliver nursing services in a primary health care environment. The Australian College of Mental Health Nurses Private Practice Special Interest Group (ACMHN PPSIG) promotes development of, and support for mental health nurses who are providing services to the community in a private practice capacity. It holds an annual conference as a forum for exchanging contemporary views and ideas on issues of common interest in mental health nursing, and to enhance the quality of care delivered.

To participate as a member of the PPSIG you will need to be a current financial member of the ACMHN register with the SIG. Once you are recognised as a member of the PPSIG, you may access the E-list.

PPSIG E-list

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Private Practice Special Interest Group Inaugural Conference February 2008


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