Presentations from previous NZNO events

On this page:

 

NZNO Conferences

2018, September 19-20

Keynote address

Guest speakers

Concurrent session

Back to top


2017, September 20-21

Keynote addresses

Assisted Dying panel discussion

Concurrent sessions

Back to top


2016, September 5-7

Keynote addresses

Guest speakers

  • Karyn Sangster, Chief Nurse Advisor Primary & Integrated Care at Counties Manukau Health
    Community Nursing (PDF, 3.2MB)
  • Nikki Turner, Associate Professor, University of Auckland and Honourary Associate Professor, University of Otago
    Child Poverty in New Zealand (PDF, 2.2MB)

Concurrent sessions

Back to top


2015, September 15-16

Keynote addresses

Guest speaker

Workshop

Back to top


2014, September 17-18

  • Helen Kelly, President of the Council of Trade Unions - Get Out And Vote (PPT, 3.9MB)
  • Jane Kelsey, Professor of law, policy and international economic regulation, Faculty of Law, University of Auckland - NZNO global health (PPT, 392KB)
  • Philippa Gander, Research Professor and Director of the Sleep/Wake Research Centre at Massey Wellington - Shift work and fatigue (PPTX, 1.7MB)

Back to top


National Professional Forums

2019 February - April: Medicine Management

Presentation given at all centres

  • Safer use of medicines (PDF, 5.2MB) - Billy Allan, Specialist, Medication Safety at Health Quality Safety Commission

Christchurch presentations - 13 February 2019

Dunedin presentations - 20 February 2019

Auckland presentations - Fairway on 5 March 2019 and Waipuna on 6 March 2019

Back to top


2017 February - March: Navigating Workplace Relationships

Back to top


Regional Conventions

Bay of Plenty, Midlands and Tairawhiti

Thursday 27 April 2017
Hamilton Airport Hotel and Conference Centre

Nursing at the forefront, transforming care - Building productive workplaces

Back to top


Regional Council Professional Forums

Greater Auckland Region

2014

Midlands

2017, June

2016, November

2015, June 24

Back to top


Links to College and Section presentations

Back to top


Miscellaneous

Back to top