Nurses who work in General Practice work with people of all ages providing integrated nursing care across a range of primary health care needs. They provide education and counselling, immunisations, wound care, sexual health consults, cervical cancer screenings, blood and urine testing, assistance with long term management of chronic illness, acute and emergency care, and infection control, among other nursing services. They work in multi-disciplinary teams with GPs and other medical and allied health practitioners. They help to provide primary health care services to the community, which may also involve outreach and home-visiting services. To pursue a career in primary health care and general practice, nurses need to have broad clinical experience and be registered with AHPRA.