Queensland CENA Branch
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QLD Branch Committee
|Lorelle Malyon||Acting President | Administrative Director|
|Katie East||Secretary | National Board Member|
|Amy Johnson||Committee Member|
|Angela Devlin||Committee Member|
|Carmel Larkin||Committee Member|
|Elizabeth Elder||Committee Member|
|Elizabeth Quinn||Committee Member|
|Kelly Foster||Committee Member|
QLD CENA Trauma Nursing Program (TNP)
The Emergency Program is a two day program developed for nurses providing emergency care to trauma patients across the lifespan, in both metropolitan and regional/rural settings.
The program consists of facilitated lecture discussion, practical hands-on workshops, skill stations and simulation scenarios.
Below is a list of the courses currently on offer in QLD or visit the webpage for more details.
CENA TNP QLD
16 – 17 June
11 – 12 August
18 – 19 August
25 – 26 August
1 – 2 September
22 – 23 September
22 – 23 November
Credentialing: Lorelle Malyon
Education: Elizabeth Elder/Carmel Larkin
Membership & Representation: vacant
Professional Standards: Julie Finucane
Research: Kelly Foster/Amy Johnson
Lee Trenning (FCENA, CEN) is a long term CENA member who has represented Victoria, NSW and Qld at a State Branch level and is a past Executive Director of the College. We wish Lee well and thank her for her leadership and mentorship as she continues to work with various National committees as a CENA Fellow.
Dr Ramon Shaban (Editor-in-Chief, AUEC) has transferred to the NSW Branch as he takes up a position at the University of Sydney. His responsibilities to the AUEC are unchanged. As a long-term member of the Qld Branch, Ramon’s contribution has been invaluable. We wish him all the best in his new role.
Therese Oates has been a CENA member for 18 years and during that time has contributed as Branch Secretariat and as a member of the 2015 ICEN committee. We thank Therese for her passion and dedication to Emergency Nursing and wish her well for the new professional chapter she is about to embark on.