Awhina: Waitemata Health Campus
Waitemata District Health Board offers a variety of e-Learning courses covering clinical and non-clinical skills to its staff which are available 24/7 through the internet or via the intranet in one central place. See the Awhina: Waitemata Health Campus e-Learning website pages.
Victorian Government Health Information: Pressure Ulcers
Pressure Ulcer Basics is an online education program developed for use by all clinical staff.
Rauemi Atawhai – A guide to developing health education resources in New Zealand
This guide to developing health education resources in New Zealand has been developed to help the Ministry of Health and its contractors produce effective and appropriate health education resources that meet the needs of the intended audience, are easy to understand, and support improved health literacy. The resource will be very useful for nurses as they develop health education resources with health consumers.
Download the Rauemi Atawhai guide.
Ako Aotearoa - the National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence
The Centre promotes excellence in tertiary teaching practice and provides a central hub for institutions to work collaboratively together on improving student learning outcomes.
The web site has a range of useful resources and links on tertiary teaching and learning and also provides a repository for research and projects linked to teaching and learning.
They also have some funding available for innovations, research and projects associated with tertiary education.
Continuing Professional Development for Nurses
CPD4 nurses provides professional development learning activities for nurses. The activities are undertaken partially online and partially in conjunction with articles published in NZNO’s Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand journal.
Health Improvement and Innovation Resource Centre
Description: The HIIRC website provides an extensive knowledge library of literature, directories of individuals and organisations, access to improvement projects, tools and initiatives, and other news and information.
Health Navigator is a centralised database and website gateway leading to accurate and reliable health information, tools and resources that support, equip and enable individuals and their families to manage their health and any long-term health conditions more effectively. It has significant resources for health professionals.
Health Navigator - Centre for Clinical Excellence
The Health Navigator website provides information for health professionals and consumers towards the aim of self-management. This section on clinical excellence will primarily be of interest for health providers in primary, secondary and community settings with its focus on quality improvement and high standards of care. This area of the website also includes reputable information for continuing professional development and online learning.
Learn Online Health
Learn Online Health is a vocational training resource hub for health practitioners. There are a range of courses available provided by different organisations including the Hepatitis C e-learning tool, infection control, screening, immunisation, weight management and Heart Foundation courses.
Improve Heart Health – CV Risk Assessment and Management.
NZ Qualifications Authority: Tertiary Education, Studying in New Zealand
This is a very useful webpage from the NZ Qualifications Authority (NZQA) website.
It provides an overview of the tertiary education providers, the courses/programmes being offered, and information for students deciding about studying in New Zealand.
Nurse Education in the Tertiary Sector (NETS)
The NETS website provides useful information on nursing education in New Zealand along with links to all of the institutions in New Zealand providing nursing education – both undergraduate and postgraduate.
Pregnancy and Alcohol Cessation Toolkit (PACT)
An online alcohol and pregnancy resource for health professionals. Developed by Alcohol Healthwatch and the University of Otago, Wellington, to assist the many New Zealand healthcare professionals who say they don’t feel adequately trained to discuss alcohol use with their pregnant patients.
Studies show up to 30 percent of New Zealand women drink during pregnancy and 50 percent still believe drinking some alcohol during pregnancy is safe – but that healthcare workers are often unsure how to speak with them.
Access to the PACT is freely available at: