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In 1998 the NSW Vascular Nurses Interest Group was formed, and in June 2000 we became known as the NSW Chapter of the Society for Vascular Nursing (SVNSW). The NSW Chapter is the first Australian Chapter of the International body – the Society for Vascular Nursing (SVN). In December 2014, the constitution was reviewed and updated at the Annual General Meeting, we have dissolved our Chapter with SVN, and we are now known as “NSW & ACT Society for Vascular Nursing (SVNSW)”.
Our goals are to:

 

SVNSW Committee Members 2017 - 2019

President Sue Monaro
Clinical Nurse Consultant Vascular Surgery,
Concord Hospital
P: 02 9767 7491
E: MonaroS@email.cs.nsw.gov.au
 
Vice President Lee Davison
RN, John Hunter Hospital
E: Lee.Davidson@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au
 
Secretary Natalie Ko
Clinical Nurse Consultant Vascular Surgery, Concord Hospital
P: 02 9767 7491
E: natalie.ko@sswahs.nsw.gov.au
Natalie Ko
Membership Officer Morgan Johnson
Clinical Nurse Specialist
John Hunter Hospital
E: Morgan.Johnson@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au
 
Treasurer Tanghua Chen
Clinical Nurse Consultant Vascular Surgery,
Liverpool Hospital
P: 02 8738 3843
E: tanghua.chen@sswahs.nsw.gov.au
 
Executive Members

Gillian Gale (Westmead Hospital)

Nicola Jackson (St Vincents Hospital)

Jana Pinkova (Royal Prince Alfred Hospital)

Francesca Rowshanzadeh (Royal Prince Alfred Hospital)

Gillian.Gale@wsahs.nsw.gov.au

Nicola.Jackson@svha.org.au

jana.pinkova@sswahs.nsw.gov.au

Francesca.Rowshanzadeh@sswahs.nsw.gov.au

Membership

We invite you to become a member of our society & enjoy

Membership enquiries

Download Application Form
Tanghua Chen,
Clinical Nurse Consultant, Vascular Surgery
Department of Vascular Surgery
Clinical Building Level 1
Liverpool Hospital
Elizabeth Street, Liverpool NSW 2170
P: 02 8738 3843
E: tanghua.chen@sswahs.nsw.gov.au

 

Upcoming Conferences / Education

16-17 June 2017
Vascular Focus
Conference theme: Management of Thoracic Aortic Disease
Venue: Thomas and Rachel Moore Education Centre, Liverpool Hospital. Elizabeth Street, Liverpool NSW 2170
Registration fees (include GST): $220.00;       $170.00 for SVNSW Members
Online registration open late Feb 2017, please visit below website for details.

Website: www.swslhd.nsw.gov.au/Liverpool/events.html

Enquiry:
Tanghua Chen, E: Tanghua.chen@sswahs.nsw.gov.au
Rebecca Verchin, E: Rebecca.verchin@sswahs.nsw.gov.au

Download the Vascular Focus Conference flyer

 

Vascular 2017
14-16 October 2017
Crown Convention Centre, Perth
Western Australia
www.vascularconference.com
Download flyer

 

Professional Development Day and Education Activity 2017
*Please contact Natalie Ko (E: natalie.ko@sswahs.nsw.gov.au) for update details

 

Vascular Nursing Modules Run by SLHD & SWSLHD
Date:
Vascular Nursing Module 1
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Facilitator: Jana Pinkova

Friday 30th June 2017
Vascular Nursing Module 2
Liverpool Hospital
Facilitator: Tanghua Chen

Date:
Vascular Nursing Module 3
Concord Hospital
Facilitator: Natalie Ko / Sue Monaro

 

Awards by ANZSVN 2016:

Sheri Sandison Encouragement Award
Candice D’Coutho - Theatre, Liverpool Hospital

Candice D’Coutho from Liverpool Hospital was nominated by her peers for her contributions to vascular nursing within the operating theatre environment; demonstrating professionalism, confidence and caring towards patients and staff. Her conference presentations on endovascular procedures at Liverpool Hospital have been highly regarded; leading to the further development of clinician’s knowledge.
Congratulations Candice

Best Novice Presenter
Imelda De Guzman – Access Dialysis CNC, SWSLHD

Best Presenter
Sue Monaro – CNC Concord Hospital (left)

Vascular Nurse of the Year 2016
Tanghua Chen – CNC, Liverpool Hospital

2016 recipient is Tanghua Chen, Clinical Nurse Consultant, Vascular Surgery from
Liverpool Hospital, Sydney was nominated by peers for her work in the vascular nursing arena; contributing to improving practice through quality research, actively sharing her knowledge and encouraging the professional development of others.
Tanghua worked tirelessly to develop a quality nursing program for the 2016 Sydney
Conference and was publicly acknowledged by the president of the Society for Vascular Surgeons for her significant contribution and success of the program and overall conference.
Congratulations Tanghua

Disclaimer

Information contained on this webpage is for general information only and we endeavour to keep the information updated and correct. In no event will SVNSW be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this webpage. Every effort is made to keep the webpage up and running smoothly. However, no responsibility for, and SVNSW will not be liable for, the website being temporarily unavailable due to technical issues beyond our control.

 

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