Queensland CENA Branch
We aim to provide members with education and activities that they can access both via the webpage and other modalities. Your needs are important to us and your input is welcome.
If you would like to contribute to events, have suggestions or queries, please contact us via email. firstname.lastname@example.org”
QLD Branch Committee
|Lorelle Malyon||Acting President | Administrative Director (expires Oct 2019)|
|Katie East||Vice President | National Board Member (expires Oct 2020)|
|Theona Stone||Treasurer (expires Oct 2020)|
|Angela Devlin||Committee Member (expires Oct 2019)|
|Carmel Larkin||Committee Member (expires Oct 2019)|
|Elizabeth Elder||Committee Member (expires Oct 2019)|
|Elizabeth Quinn||Committee Member (expires Oct 2018)|
|Kelly Foster||Committee Member (expires Oct 2019)|
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
1 – 2 September
22 – 23 September
22 – 23 November
Credentialing: Lorelle Malyon
Education: Elizabeth Elder/Carmel Larkin
Marketing: Theona Stone
Membership & Representation: vacant
Professional Standards: Julie Finucane
Research: Amy Johnson
ICEN 2020 is coming to the Gold Coast!!
- Convenor: Katie East
- Co-Convenor (TBA)
- Scientific Convenors (TBA)
- Conference Committee (TBA)
Wellness in Emergency Care
On May 30, CENA Qld held an education evening that focussed on wellness. Our guest speaker for this fun night was Natalie Cook OAM, 5 times Olympian and Olympic Gold and Bronze medalist who discussed self-care strategies that aim to promote mental and physical health. The night was well attended with nursing, medical and paramedicine represented from a number of SEQ hospitals. The night concluded with a light supper. Thank you to all that attended and especially to Natalie who was such a great speaker.