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November 2022 Annual General Meeting

Top row: Lyn Logan, Michelle Scully, Shannon Gibbs, Wendy Sundgren, Tanya Meldrum, Natalie Anderson
Bottom row: Suzanne Rolls, Amy Button, Sue Stebbeings, Lauren Miller, Kez Jones

Absent: Anna-Marie Grace, Tina Konia

Contact the committee

College of Emergency Nurses New Zealand
PO Box 2128
New Zealand

Chairperson: Sue Stebbeings

Secretary:  Amy Button

Journal Editor:   Dr Sandra Richardson

National Committee

Position on Committee




Sue Stebbeings - Outgoing
Amy Button - Incoming


Keziah Jones


Amy Button - Outgoing
Lauren Miller - Incoming

Membership, Grants & Awards


Lyn Logan

NZ Triage courses

Tanya Meldrum

Professional Nursing Advisor (NZNO)

Suzanne Rolls


Regional Representatives 2023


Region and role

Brendon Tampus

Registered Nurse

Wendy Sundgren

Registered Nurse



Lyn Logan

Midlands / Bay of Plenty 
Associate Clinical Nurse Manager

Amy Button

Hawkes Bay / Tairawhiti
Clinical Nurse Manager

Lauren Miller

Mid Central Region
Clinical Nurse Educator

Shannon Gibbs

Wellington Region
Nurse Practitioner

Belinda Burdon

Top of South
Registered Nurse

Keziah Jones

Canterbury / Westland
Registered Nurse

Michelle Scully

Otago / Southland
Clinical Nurse Educator

Tina Konia

Te Rūnanga Rep
​Registered Nurse

College of Emergency Nurses New Zealand (CENNZ) Rules

October 2015

College of Emergency Nurses New Zealand (CENNZ) updated Rules as at 2015

Interested in becoming a CENNZ-NZNO National Committee Member?

The CENNZ committee is engaged in all things emergency nursing: strategic planning, governmental dialogue, collaboration with national agencies, development of education including delivery of the triage course, and building relationships with other organisations nationally and internationally.

To represent your region as a committee member, a commitment to advancing emergency nursing is essential.

The term of office is for 2 to 4 years.

The committee meets monthly. Most meetings are around two-hours long and held online. Three to four times per year, the CENNZ committee meets in Wellington for two full days. Committee members are expected to attend wherever possible as some of our most crucial mahi occurs kanohi ki te kanohi. Travel expenses are reimbursed.

Specific portfolios or roles within the committee require attention and work between committee meetings. Time commitment ranges from 4 to 8 hours per week, depending on the portfolio. The ability to develop and critique documents are valuable skills. Each committee member writes short regional journal reports and facilitates dialogue between committee work and important regional developments and issues.

Vacancies for Regional Representatives on CENNZ National Committee

No nominations have been received for the pending and current regional representative positions on the national committee.

The nomination period has been extended.

1 position – Tamaki Makaurau / Auckland Region

Nomination form should be completed by both nominators and nominee and sent to

(Please note, all must be current members of the College, including nominee, nominator and seconder)

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CENNZ Committee Meeting Dates


Face to Face Meetings 

  • 16/17 February
  • 18/19 May
  • 17/18 August
  • 17 October

Zoom meetings

4.00pm - 6.00pm

  • 8 December 2022
  • 26 January 2023
  • 9 March
  • 5 April
  • 15 June
  • 20 July
  • 7 September
  • 9 November
  • 7 December

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