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Neuroendocrine Nurses Workhop

Friday, 13 September 2019, 8.30-17.00

Holiday Inn, Auckland Airport

Click here for the flyer (PDF, 153KB)

 

Skin Cancer Study Day for Nurses

Friday, 6 September 2019 - Whenua Pupuke, North Shore Hospital

Read or download course flyer (PDF, 173KB)

NZ Society for Oncology Conference 2019 - Call for Abstracts closing soon! (PDF, 211KB)

 

NZ Society for Oncology Conference 2019

The 2019 NZSO conference is being held in conjunction with NZNO Cancer Nurses College and Cancer Trials New Zealand on 25-26 October 2019 - Harbourside Function Centre, Wellington.

Read or download: Conference Flyer (PDF, 2.2MB)

Information about the PHARMAC Emerging Researcher Award (PDF, 228KB)

Further information: http://www.nzsoncology.org.nz/conference

 

SAVE THE DATE for the International Conference on Cancer Nursing 2020 - 29 March - 1 April, 2020 | London, UK

The International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care is pleased to announce the next International Conference on Cancer Nursing (ICCN) to be held from 29 March – 1 April, 2020 in London, United Kingdom. The theme for ICCN 2020 is Innovation and Inspiration: Celebrating the Global Impact of Oncology Nurses.

ICCN is the longest running international conference for our profession and offers a unique opportunity to meet with international nursing leaders from around the world. The conference is attended by practitioners, researchers, educators and leaders from national/regional cancer nursing societies, oncology institutions and other organizations representing cancer nurses around the world.

Contact us at iccn2020@icsevents.com

 

Asian Oncology Nursing Society (AONS) is pleased to invite authors on abstracts related to studies on evidence- based practice in Oncology Nursing for oral and poster presentation to be delivered at the 4th AONS Conference in Mumbai India on November 13- 15, 2019. 

You may submit your abstracts online through http://www.aonscon2019.com.

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Courses

University of Auckland, School of Nursing

Knowledge Science in Speciality Nursing - Palliative Care 30 Points Semester 2

This course aims to give nurses the opportunity to extend their clinical specialty knowledge in caring for clients in specialty clinical areas. The focus is on 2 main areas:

  • Scientific concepts and pathophysiological process
  • Application of specialty knowledge and skill to client care.
  • Download the course flyer (PDF, 125KB)

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