Presentations from previous NZNO events

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NZNO Conferences

2020, 16 September 

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  • Professor Michael Baker,Professor of Public Health, UOO, Wellington.  New Zealand's elimination approach to the COVID-19 pandemic and how to sustain it
  • John Ryan, the Auditor General, Office of the Auditor General. Findings from our PPE Review
  • Associate Professor Jean Ross, Otago Polytechnic. Community development: Student nurses' participation in reducing health disparities - an impact assessment evaluation
  • Merryn Jones, Hawkes Bay District Health BoardValuing organ donation in a Maori cultural context: reflections on a NZ regional transplant hui
  • Fay Selby-Law, Hapai Te Hauora.  E kore au e ngaro, he kakano i ruia mai I Rangiatea. I will not be lost, I am a seed descended from Rangiatea
  • Materoa Mar, CE for Te Tihi o Ruahine Whanaui Ora Alliance.  Community Development and Whanau Ora
  • Johanna Rhodes and Mary McMillan, Southern Institute of Technology. A sense of belonging: the implementation of a student-led mentorship program
  • Dr Graham Gulbransen, Cannabis Care.  Medicinal Cannabis 2020
  • Wendy McGuiness, McGuinness Institute.  Survey Insights.  An analysis of the 2020 NZNO PPE Survey
  • Lizzy Kepa-Henry, Public Health Nurse, Hutt Valley DHB.  Cultivating Community Wellbeing at the Flaxroots of Vulnerable and Diverse Communities
  • Howard Catton, Chief Executive, International Council of Nurses. Global Health 2020: A time of both huge challenge and opportunity for Nurses and Nursing
  • Kuini Daniels, Ngati Hine Health Trust.  Working in the Whanau Ora space - "Looking at the past into the future"
  • Margareth Broodkoorn, Chief Nursing Officer, Ministry of Health.  State of the worlds Nursing Report 2020, its relevance in a COVID-19 health context

2019, September 18

Opening address

Guest speakers

Concurrent sessions


2018, September 19-20

Keynote address

Guest speakers

Concurrent session

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2017, September 20-21

Keynote addresses

Assisted Dying panel discussion

Concurrent sessions

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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

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2015, September 15-16

Keynote addresses

Guest speaker

Workshop

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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)

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Medico-Legal Professional Forums

2020 February - March: Scope of practice

Medico-Legal Lawyers (NZNO):

Health & Disability Review Panel member (Guest Speaker):

Professional Nursing Advisers (NZNO):

NZ Nursing Council:

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2019 February - April: Medicine Management

Christchurch presentations - 13 February 2019

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Dunedin presentations - 20 February 2019

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

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Wellington presentations - 13 March 2019

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Tauranga presentations - 4 April 2019

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2017 February - March: Navigating Workplace Relationships

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Regional Conventions

Bay of Plenty/Tairawhiti and Midlands Regional Convention

Thursday 2 May 2019
Hamilton Airport, Hamilton

Nurses a Voice to Lead - Health for All

Canterbury and West Coast Region

Tuesday 28 May 2019
Christian Cullen Lounge, Addington Raceway and Events Centre, Christchurch

Greater Auckland Region

Tuesday 7 May 2019
Alexandra Park, Auckland

Nurses a voice to lead - Health for all

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Regional Council Professional Forums

Greater Auckland Region

2014

Midlands

2017, June

2016, November

2015, June 24

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Links to College and Section presentations

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Miscellaneous

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