NIMAC 2016 Conference


NIMAC Professional Development Subsidy

In keeping with our mission and objectives to provide supportive professional networks for our members as well as encouraging members to participate in educational forums, this year, as we have done for the past many years, we will be offering (financial) members the opportunity to lodge an application for consideration as part of our Professional Development Subsidy Scheme.
This year we will be offering up to twenty (20) registrations to our Conference “Nursing with Attitude 2016”  to be held at Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast on 2-3rd   June 2015.  The Subsidy is worth $640.00 – the value of a full registration for the Conference & Trade Exhibition.  This just leaves successful applicants to cover travel and accommodation expenses. Successful applicants will be drawn from all regional branches.

** PLEASE NOTE THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE THE OPTIONAL CLINICAL WORKSHOP BEING HELD ON 1st  JUNE**

The Application Form is attached. You will need to complete the details on the form and post it or email (preferred) it back to NIMAC by Tuesday 26th April 2016.   If last year is any indication, the scheme will be very popular and hotly contested, so it is important that you get your form in within the timeframe, as we will be unable to consider any late applications.  
Successful applicants will be notified by Wednesday 27th April so that you have ample time to arrange your travel and accommodation as well as time away from your service.  It also allows unsuccessful applicants to still qualify for the Early Bird rate which end on 30th April 2016. We look forward to receiving your application.
We all know that the NIMAC conference is not only the best value for money but also the most fun conference to attend.
So, throw you name into the hat and see if you are successful in gaining a registration.
Remember – you must be a financial member (at least 6 months) to enter.
2015 Winners are unable to apply. They can reapply in 2017

Download an Application Form

 

NIMAC Professional Achievement Award:

NIMAC is committed to providing professional development opportunities for members who work in the aged care sector and are proud to support an award that recognises a piece of work or program that has contributed significantly to the sector.

The Award Recipient will be awarded a fully funded registration for the next NIMAC international study tour. Total prize value is $6,600. The prize will cover accommodation, transport and some meals during the study tour only. Travel to and from the study tour, meals other than those provided and personal expenses will be the responsibility of the Award Recipient.

For more information and nomination forms, please click here

NIMAC Breakfast Forum

Wednesday 27th April 2016 - Download the Information Flyer

 

Dean King
Personal Edge Consultancy
“Building Resilience and Preventing Burnout in the Workplace"

 

This is an educational session aimed at the professional and personal development of nurses and health care professionals. This session has been designed and is facilitated by an experience nurse who now specialises in Communication Engagement and Stress Management

The session objectives include:

  • Defining Stress, Burnout, Compassion Fatigue and Resilience
  • Gaining deeper knowledge of values and belief systems
  • Identify and understand core human emotions associated with the stress response
  • Experience seven Stress Management and Resilience Building strategies

 

 

Our Mission

 

To provide a united and supportive
professional network with vision and
leadership within aged care.

Who we are?

NIMAC is an Australian organisation set up to offer members a professional network and support system.

Our membership encompasses registered and enrolled nurses, care managers, quality managers, consultants and aged care recruiters.

Activities

  • Annual Conference
  • Professional Development Meetings/Forums
  • Seminars
  • Networking
  • Professional Development Subsidies

 

Our Objectives

  • To identify the appropriate Federal, State and Local government bodies that impact on the delivery of care within the aged care industry.
  • To encourage members to participate in educational forums.
  • To create the appropriate vehicles for members to be kept informed of educational programs available.
  • To enhance professional interaction with colleagues as a means of networking.
  • To participate in and develop political strategies with respect to aged care.
  • To create public awareness of the role that the aged care industry plays in the community.

 

2011 Inaugural NIMAC Study Tour to The Netherlands