NZNO Conference & AGM, Nurses - a leading voice, 19-20 September 2018, Te Papa, Wellington

Conference Programme - 20 September 2018


Programme is subject to change


Time Session Room

Karakia, Welcome and Conference Opening


The Hon. Dr David Clark, Minister of Health


Rachel Callander

How language used in the health care sector impacts on patient outcomes and practitioner wellbeing


Karakia followed by MORNING TEA / PARAMANAWA


Professor Margaret Brunton

Where are we? Workplace communication between RNs in culturally diverse healthcare organisations


Janet Anderson-Bidois, Chief legal Advisor, Human Rights Commission


Dr Moana Jackson, Ngati Kahungunu, Rongomaiwahine and Ngati Porou


Karakia followed by LUNCH / TE KAI O TE RĀNUI


Annie Butler, Acting Federal Secretary, Australian Nursing & Midwifery Association


Concurrent sessions in breakout rooms:

  • Panel: Joey Domdom, Judith Salamat, Mayie Pagalilauan, Toga Katyamaenza - Experience of migrant health workers in New Zealand
  • Louise Weatherall and Megan Karena - The Rehua marae adaptive rehabilitation programme - a cross cultural and cross sector collaboration
  • Kay Sloan - Righs or Fights - fights for rights? Insights into health models in a prison environment

Karakia followed by AFTERNOON TEA / PARAMANAWA


Feedback from Concurrent Sessions


Conference summation, conclusion and farewell

Kaiwhakahaere Kerri Nuku and President Grant Brookes