The Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA) will open applications for their second intake of nurses for the Building Nurse Capacity project on Monday 3rd August.
Government funding is being provided to APNA to support the delivery of the ‘Nursing in Primary Health Care’ (NiPHC) Program. The Building Nurse Capacity (BNC) project is part of this program. The 18-month Nurse Clinic project focuses on the development of nurse-delivered (team-based) models of care which improve patient outcomes, in a range of primary health care settings, to increase the capacity of the Primary Health Care team. The Australian Government is helping to strengthen the role of nurses in delivering primary healthcare to meet the future needs of the Australian community.
Successful applicants receive:
$10,000 Grant funding
Ongoing support from our experienced project team
Access to nurse clinic tools and resources
Coaching on MBS items and developing a clinic budget