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Expressions of Interest sort - National trauma clinical network

Nominations are being sought for nurses on the Trauma National Clinical Network & Rōpū Rangatira. The networks are a clinical leadership opportunity for nurses working on the frontline. 

The National Clinical Networks are a vital clinical enabler of the new health system. They involve health professions from across the system working with whānau and consumers to influence how we prioritise, drive system change, and remove unwarranted variation through the development of national standards and models of care.

Any nurse that is interested is welcome to have a confidential kōrero, please contact

The Stroke Network, Renal, and Cardiac are also actively recruiting for membership with EOIs.  More info can be found here:  National Clinical Networks – Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand

COVID-19 Updates

Māori model Te whare tapa wha


Employee Assistance Programme facilitated sessions are available, one on one or group sessions. Group sessions can be booked by your manager. One on one sessions can booked directly with EAP. If needed, EAP can accommodate group and individual sessions by zoom. Each health facility will contract a different EAP provider so please contact the provided used by your facility, either via your facilities intranet or unit/ward manager.

Educational Opportunities for RN's in ICU's

  • ARDS, Fluids in ICU, Mechanical Ventilation and other courses - Continulus: Free Covid-19  Critical Care Lectures with leading global experts from around the world. Find out more ...
  • Quick look guide for non-critical care nurses working in critical care - World Federation of Critical Care Nurses: Includes COVID 19 Guidelines. Find out more ...


Under Review - Position Statement

Please find the fully revised, draft NZCCCN Position Statement on the Role of the Critical Care Research Nurse Coordinator. 

Awaiting equity review from NZNO. 


No research in process at the moment


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