Australasian Nurse Educators Conference 2009
Educators from all areas of nursing are warmly invited to attend the 14th Annual Australasian Nurse Educator Conference being held in the “Garden City” Christchurch, New Zealand from September 30th to October 2nd 2009.
This conference plans to open and extend dialogue between nursing education and clinical nursing practice. Nurse Educators are aware of the issues facing the education of our current and future workforce whether we work in academic, clinical, rural or urban settings. This conference will seek innovative solutions to these issues.
Our slogan, “Working Together: education and practice”, encompasses three broad themes: Collaboration, Innovation & Integration. Nursing practice continually evolves and working together will enable us to further integrate education and practice. Please join us in Christchurch as a presenter, promoter or participant. We welcome your contribution and invite you to share your experience by submitting an abstract for a poster or presentation.
We look forward to seeing you at what promises to be an inspiring conference.
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The result is such clients totally give up the idea of any physical training. As a professional personal trainer with good fitness certifications you would like to ensure that your expertise and knowledge help clients to stay motivated – even in the face of the aforementioned issues. To help you to deal with and overcome such issues, you can try the following methods:
• Once you get to know the client’s approach to working out, if it is veering towards negative, you need to use verbal boosters such as “you can do this” – “you have the required strength to succeed” – “you can lose weight fast”. The clients should repeatedly mouth such confidence boosters to themselves. More often than not it makes a difference in their approach and keeps them committed.
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• Many people take up physical training even when they harbour some personal stress issues. Such mental strain can impact their working out. This is because stress impacts some areas of the mind with regard to attention and focus when it comes to support of different muscles. So unless such stress is controlled the workouts will not be effective. As learnt during fitness certifications, a few good breathing exercises done before working out could help to temporarily relieve such stress.
For all enquiries please contact the conference organiser:
Ph/Fax: [+64] 4 232 4350 Mobile: 027 242 1019