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    • Membership: Benefits of joining NZNO & how to become a member. Membership of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation is open to all people involved in nursing and other health professionals in New Zealand. We are both a union and professional organisation.
      • Join Now: To join please download the hard copy membership form, complete and return to NZNO.
      • Why Join?: NZNO is both a professional association and trade union, one of the biggest and strongest in New Zealand because of our active membership.
      • Who can join
      • Fees: The New Zealand Nurses Organisation is committed to continuing to provide credible, relevant and quality benefits to our members.
      • Benefits: In addition to the practical advice and guidance available to NZNO members, we are proud to offer a benefit package of genuine deals that are generally not available to the public.
      • Update your details: If your circumstances have changed it is important that you inform NZNO of your updated details.
      • Indemnity : Information on indemnity insurance; cover for defending accusations or claims against you that relate to your profession. Information on this page answers the following questions: What is Indemnity Insurance? Why do you need cover? Who is covered? What is the extent of cover?
    • Resources
      • NZNO Publications: NZNO produces a variety of publications to keep members informed and up to date about current issues. These publications have all been produced using resources that have been paid for by our members. Many can be downloaded immediately others may be ordered and some bear a small fee.
      • Kai Tiaki: Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand is NZNO's monthly journal, posted directly to over 46,000 NZNO members.
        • Subscribe: Full NZNO members receive Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand as part of their membership benefits package. Non members can subscribe for a fee - details on this page.
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        • About Kai Tiaki: Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand is the major New Zealand publisher of clinical, research and feature articles on nursing.
        • Editorial team: Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand is jointly edited by Anne Manchester and Teresa O'Connor.
        • Advertise: Information on how to contact the magazine's advertising manager to place an advertisement in Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand.
        • Article guidelines: Guidelines for writers submitting to Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand - the monthly journal of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation.
        • Recent issues: The cover, table of contents and a content summary of recent issues are available to provide a taste of what Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand has to offer.
        • Report guidelines: Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand wants to ensure that all NZNO national and regional section conferences, seminars and other important gatherings are reported in the magazine.
        • Kai Tiaki Nursing Research: The New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) launched Kai Tiaki Nursing Research an annual nursing research journal in June 2010. Kai Tiaki Nursing Research is an internationally double blinded peer reviewed research journal. It publishes original, full length research manuscripts.
        • CPD4nurses: Continuing professional development. This initiative launched in the February 2011 issue of Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand. Each month a new article is linked to a website with questions and reflection points to develop your nursing practice.
      • Library: NZNO members and staff are welcome to borrow material from the library. This service is free.
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        • Research journal
        • Researching a topic: The NZNO library is for the use of NZNO member and staff and members, including nursing students at undergraduate and post-graduate levels.
        • Latest books: Recent additions to the New Zealand Nurses Organisation library collection.
        • Library e-newsletter: Keep up to date with NZNO's free weekly online library newsletter.
        • Online journals: NZNO membership includes access to online journals, searchable databases and other library resources, including recent Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand articles.
        • Resource Lists: Library holdings are listed under various topics, in lieu of an online catalogue.
        • Theses: The NZNO Library in Wellington includes a collection of thesis and research material. This material is reference only due to its uniqueness.
      • Research: The NZNO conducts research, providing evidence that informs and strengthens the activities and leadership of NZNO.
      • Medicines - Guidelines and Information: Medicine related guidelines and information of interest to nurses
      • Changing Attitudes
      • Media Kit: Dealing with the Media: NZNO guide to maximising media opportunities. A booklet to help NZNO members get the most out of interactions with the media and get their key message across.
      • Whānau ora: Whānau ora
      • Internationally Qualified Nurses
      • Nursing Innovations: News and information about innovations in Nursing
      • Submissions: The New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) actively works towards improving the health status of all peoples of Aotearoa/ New Zealand, one of the ways we do this is by making submissions on health and social policy issues.
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    • About Us: The New Zealand Nurses Organisation is a professional and industrial organisation representing approximately 46,000 members in all areas of the health service. Learn more about what we do and how to contact us here.
      • Governance: The New Zealand Nurses Organisation is working towards a true bicultural partnership, guided in this process by Te Runanga o Aotearoa. This will ensure that Mäori members have a voice in the formation of NZNO’s policy at all levels. The NZNO Board of Directors is the managing committee of NZNO, which discusses national strategies and directions. Te Runanga o Aotearoa is our Mäori membership who lead the organisation in the development and implementation of issues Mäori.
      • Affiliations: NZNO is affiliated with the International Council of Nurses (ICN) and the New Zealand Council of Trade Unions (NZCTU).
      • History: A brief timeline outlining the history of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation, from the formation of the Nurses' Association in 1905 to the current day.
      • Vacancies: Current advertised staff vacancies at the New Zealand Nurses Organisation.
      • People: The staff of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation operate under three service areas: Professional, Industrial and Business. Learn more about their roles and responsibilities here.
        • Industrial Services Team: NZNO's Industrial Services team assists with collective agreement negotiations, workplace conditions and issues including campaigning for workers rights
        • Professional Services Team: NZNO's Professional Services team provide support and leadership with clinical development
        • Business Services Team: NZNO's Business Service team undertake the financial and administrative functions for the organisation
      • Mission: Freed to care, proud to nurse - the New Zealand Nurses Organsiation's vision statement and mission.
      • Contact Us: Contact Us
      • Financial Statements: Financial Statements
      • NZNO Policy: NZNO members can log on to view key policy documents.
      • Media Releases: The New Zealand Nurses Organisation produces media releases on topics of concern to nurses, midwives and the greater healthcare community.
    • Groups: NZNO’s speciality groups & membership structures. An alphabetical listing of New Zealand Nurses Organisation's speciality groups and membership structures, including our colleges and sections.