Sleep Well Regardless of Working Shifts
A half day virtual workshop for health professionals
This video conferencing workshop is designed to help health professionals stay healthy and sustainable by improving their relationship with sleep and their challenging lifestyles. As covid is making workshops hard to attend you can participate from your own bubble while having a cuppa. There is a pre-requisite audio file to listen to as well.
This would be particularly useful for new graduates or any shift working staff struggling with sustainability.
When: Wednesday, 23rd September 2020
Prerequisite: Audio content and questionnaire sent (1.5hrs)
Time: 10am - 1pm via video conferencing (3hrs)
Cost: $230.00 (incl. GST)
To register or for information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne Evans-Murray seminars
CCDHB is hosting the Anne Evans-Murray Seminars again in 2020.
Anne Evans-Murray runs an enjoyable seminar that promotes respectful communication and offers practical strategies for dealing with challenging behaviour in the workplace. The seminar is conducted in a non-threatening environment with no role-play or need for self-disclosure required of participants. Anne will demonstrate techniques and give tips to develop powerful body language and verbal skills. Morning tea is provided on the day.
The courses for 2020 are:
All the information regarding the courses and sign up form can be found within the link below:
Email Professional.email@example.com for more information
Advanced Practice and Nurse Practitioner Series
The Advanced Practice and Nurse Practitioner Information and Support Series is held the last Tuesday of every month in the Conference Room, Level 6 Grace Neill Block, Wellington Hospital.
2020 International Year of the Nurse & Midwife Series (Grand Rounds)
The nursing and midwifery grand round encourages colleagues to present their work and insights from professional development activities. Here is an opportunity to hear your colleagues and external speakers present on current practice topics and professional matters.
Understanding and optimising continence: how we can support people living with malignant spinal cord compression
- Jimmy Jansen - Clinical Nurse Specialist, Palliative Care
Tuesday 8th September, Wellington Regional Hospital
Wednesday 16th September, Kenepuru Community Hospital
Hear how a passion for patient centred care and learning opportunities can improve outcomes for patients living with a colorectal cancer diagnosis
- Sara Farrant - Clinical Nurse Specialist, Colorectal
Tuesday 11th August, Wellington Regional Hospital
Wednesday 26th August (postponed date), Kenepuru Community Hospital
Pandemic management strategies: ED nurses' perspectices and the reality of COVID-19
- Jessica Buckley - RN, Clinical Nurse Educator, Wellington Emergency Department
Tuesday 14th July, Wellington Regional Hospital
Wednesday 15th July, Kenepuru Community Hospital
Weighty Issues: Nursing, Equity and Safety
- Dr Caz Hales - RN, Senior Lecturer, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Practice, Victoria University of Wellington
Tuesday 10th March, Wellington Regional Hospital
Wednesday 18th March, Kenepuru Community Hospital
Grand Round Launch:
2020 International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife
- Emma Hickson - Chief Nursing Officer
- Carolyn Coles - Director of Midwifery
- Fern Crowe - Charge Nurse Manager
- Saleifi Reriti - Nurse Coordinator
Tuesday 11th Feb, Wellington Regional Hospital
Wednesday 19th Feb, Kenepuru Community Hospital
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More information on previous years Nursing & Midwifery Grands Rounds here.
Professional supervision is defined as regular, protected time for critical, in-depth reflection on practice which enables the supervisee to achieve, sustain and develop a high quality of practice. It is a means of focused support and development and allows for the consideration of personal and contextual factors which may impact on professional practice, providing a pathway for managing these.To access a list of available supervisors please email firstname.lastname@example.org