NZNO Conference & AGM, Nursing 2020 and beyond, 16-17 September 2020, Te Papa, Wellington

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Conference Programme - Wednesday 16 September 2020

 

This draft programme is subject to change and will be updated as details and speakers are confirmed.

Time Session

08:45

Virtual meeting room opens

09:00

Professor Michael Baker, Professor of Public Health, UOO, Wellington

 New Zealand's elimination approach to COVID-19 pandemic and how to sustain it

 

John Ryan, the Auditor General

Findings from our PPE Review

 

Associate Professor Jean Ross, Otago Polytechnic

Community development: Student nurses’ participation in reducing health disparities an impact assessment evaluation

 

Merryn Jones, Hawkes Bay District Health Board

Valuing organ donation in a Māori cultural context: reflections on a NZ regional transplant hui

   

11:30

Fay Selby-Law, Hapai Te Hauora

E kore au e ngaro, he kākano i ruia mai I Rangiātea. I will not be lost, I am a seed descended from Rangiātea

 

Materoa Mar, THINK Hauora - Connecting Communities for Wellbeing

Community Development and Whānau Ora

 

Johanna Rhodes and Mary McMillan, Southern Institute of Technology

A sense of belonging: the implementation of a student-led mentorship program

 

Dr Graham Gulbransen, Cannabis Care

Medicinal Cannabis 2020

 

Wendy McGuinness, McGuinness Institute 

Survey Insights: An analysis of the 2020 NZNO PPE Survey

   

14:30

Lizzy Kepa-Henry, Public Health Nurse, Hutt Valley DHB

Cultivating Community Wellbeing at the Flaxroots of Vulnerable and Diverse Communities

 

Howard Catton, Chief Executive, International Council of Nurses (ICN)

Global Health 2020: A time of both huge challenge and opportunity for Nurses and Nursing

 
 

 Kuini Daniels, Ngati Hine Health Trust

Working in the Whanau Ora space - "Looking at the past into the future"

 

Margareth Broodkoorn, Chief Nursing Officer

State of the worlds Nursing Report 2020, its relevance in a COVID-19 health context

   

16:00

 

Kerri Nuku, Kaiwhakahaere

Conference summation, conclusion and farewell