NMBA registration requires that standards for continuing professional development are met annually.  Access the NMBA Guidelines: Continuing Professional Development

In addition to other CPD opportunities available throughout this website, please note these potential sources:


 

International Continence Society - ICS TV

ICS offers some open access resources on a range of continence issues. 

Some ICS TV resources require membership of ICS.

Access ICS TV

Moisture associated skin damage

Alison Parnham (RGN, University of Nottingham) presents this webcast is to outline the causes, clinical presentation and management of common conditions relating to Moisture-Associated Skin Damage (MASD).

In this webinar, she;

  • discusses the potential implications of excessive moisture exposure on the skin
  • summarises the importance of assessment
  • introduces a classification tool, and
  • discusses prevention and management strategies.

View the webinar

Interpreting abdominal X-rays

If you are interested in improving your knowledge and skill in interpretation of an abdominal X-ray, work through this free online tutorial entitled 'Abdominal x-ray - system and anatomy'. 
There are several other related tutorials in this series, focusing on different aspects of interpretation of abdominal x-rays:

Abnormal bowel gas patterns,  Abnormal calcification,  Abnormal soft tissue & bones.

Access the tutorial Interpreting Abdominal X-rays

University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne is offering a short course: 'Urinary incontinence management in women'
The short course consists of 15 hours of eLearning suitable for continuing professional education for Registered Nurses and other health professionals.

The course is run through the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences – Melbourne Medical School

Victorian Continence Resource Centre

The Victorian Continence Resource Centre (VCRC) offers a range of continuing professional development opportunities.

 

Read more about VCRC Education Courses