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.

2021 Nursing & Midwifery Grand Round Series

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.


May 2021

Palliative Care

Home is where the heart is - a case exploration of collaborative care

Presented by:

  • Gabrielle Driscoll - Nurse Practitioner, Hospital Palliative Care

Tuesday 18th May, Wellington Regional Hospital

Wednesday 19th May, Kenepuru Community Hospital

April 2021

cultivating Community Wellbeing at the Flax-roots for Vulnerable and Diverse Communities

- Sharing Equity Practice and Case Studies

Presented by:

  • Lizzy Kepa-Henry - Public Health Nurse, Work and Income Based, Child Health Cluster, Regional Public Health

Tuesday 20th Apr, Wellington Regional Hospital

Wednesday 21st Apr, Kenepuru Community Hospital

March 2021

Equity through a Disability Lens: What this means for clinical practice:

- Reasonable accommodation
- Understanding disability

- Unconscious bias

Presented by:

  • Michelle Graham - Disability Advisor
  • Shannon Morris - NZ Sign Language Lead

Thursday 11th Mar, Wellington Regional Hospital

Wednesday 17th Mar, Kenepuru Community Hospital

February 2021

Every Person, Every Time:

Equity and Faster Cancer Treatment (FCT)

The Clinical Nurse Specialist role for Māori

Presented by:

  • Nadine Gray - Māori Cancer Nurse Coordinator, Clinical Nurse Specialist

Tuesday 9th Feb, Wellington Regional Hospital

Wednesday 17th Feb, Kenepuru Community Hospital


More information on previous years Nursing & Midwifery Grands Rounds here.

Respiratory webinar

Professional supervision

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

Last updated 14 May 2021.