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Everything you need to know about Pelvic Floors study evening

Study evening for nurses working in Primary Health Care settings in the Wellington Region.

Date:          Wednesday 21 April 2021 (Please RSVP by the 19th April to wgtnregioncphcn@gmail.com)

Time:          6.00PM - 8.30 PM

Venue:       Kenepuru Education Centre, Kenepuru Hospital (right in main entrance)

Flyer:         Pelvic Floor Study Evening

Programme:

6.00 – 6.15
  • Meet and mingle
6.15 – 8.00
  • Ann O’Leary – Pelvic Physiotherapist CCDHB
  • Denise Braid – Charge Nurse Manager Women’s Clinic
  • Helen Kemp– Specialist Registered Nurse Women's Clinic
8.05 – 8.15
  • Questions & Answers 

*A gold coin donation to cover cost of provided refreshments will be welcomed*

Nurses working in PHC settings are able to join the college for free, follow the link http://www.nzno.org.nz/groups/colleges_sections/colleges/college_of_primary_health_care_nurses/join_us


Suggestions for topics sought: CCDHB Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) study days

The IPC Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) team is organising a regional infection control study day for IPC reps and staff interested in IPC.

When: Thursday 6 May

Where: Horne Lecture Theatre, Wellington Regional Hospital

If you are passionate about IPC and would like to request a topic please e-mail henrietta.sushames@ccdhb.org.nz.

The team is also organising a second study day for the Aged Residential Care (ARC) sector and GP practices.

When: Thursday 27 May

Where: Education Centre Conference Room, Kenepuru Community Hospital 

If you would like to request a topic please e-mail addie.plimmer@ccdhb.org.nz.

Details of how to book onto the study days will follow.

IPC CNS team


HiNZ Conference

The HiNZ Conference will be held on 29 November - 1 December 2021. Save the date now!


Te Tiriti Based Futures + Anti-Racism 2020

Tiriti-based futures + Anti-racism 2020 is an innovative (inter)national, online and offline, Tiriti-based, anti-racism and decolonisation event in Aotearoa. 

Given our changing Covid-19 situation and based on advice from Ngāti Whātua, we have decided to publicly cancel the face to face/Pōwhiri element of day one of our event. 
However we will continue to live-stream speakers via our website and FB pages. Thank you for your understanding. Kia aroha nui.

Here are the links you need to participate on Rāhoroi/Saturday:
Please register so we can keep you up-to-date with any changes or notice.

Livestream: AUT webcast page

Discussion/Q&A: Te Tiriti-based Futures Facebook group


Health Workforce (HW) Postgraduate Study 2021

Applications for 2021 are now closed. Please get in touch with Professional.Development@ccdhb.org.nz if you would like to be placed on the waitlist. 

Please visit the HW Postgraduate Study Funding for Nurses page for more information.


PRHC703: Strategy and Leadership in Primary Health Care.

University of Otago is launching a new interprofessional postgraduate paper in semester two called PRHC703: Strategy and Leadership in Primary Health Care. In light of current times, University of Otago will run the usual onsite workshop via zoom, so its achievable for staff working mainly from home. 

For more information on this course, please visit the University of Otago website here.


Professional Development Opportunities

Please find more opportunities towards your professional development here.

Last updated 7 April 2021.