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COVID-19 Updates

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Employee Assistance Programme (EAP 0800 735 343) 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.

Educational Opportunities for RN's in ICU's

  • COVID-19 Critical Care: Understanding and Application - University of Edinburgh and College of Physicians: Learn the principles and practice of critical care to treat and care for critically ill patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out more ...
  • 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. 


Participants wanted for the following research:

Seeking participants to investigate racial bias amongst NZ registered health workers and clinical students - University of Auckland

Other documents of interest

2016 September

  1. End of Life Care in the Intensive Care Unit - Journal of Critical Care
  2. Standing Order Guidelines - MOH
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