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Nursing graduate bound for WHO Assembly

Otago Polytechnic Bachelor of Nursing graduate Hayley Lotter is one of only 30 nurses worldwide to be selected to attend the World Health Organisation’s Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland.

Study shows benefits of spending time with patients outside the consultation room

A Dutch study based on a diabetes walking project could have positive implications in New Zealand. By Ruby Harfield.

Nursing not just a nice and caring girls’ career

EIT School of Nursing staff answer questions about what they love about the nursing profession.

Today is International Nurses’ Day – thank a nurse today

Today is International Nurses' Day - a day to pause and honour the contribution of all New Zealand nurses and nursing staff.

Immigration changes will help aged care nurse shortage – but won’t fix the problem

The aged care sector is applauding Aged Care Nurses being added to the Long-Term Skill Shortage List (LTSSL) but says pay parity and a commitment to developing our local workforce are still desperately needed.

Following in Florence’s footsteps: Experts with passion and commitment

The five registered nurses employed by Whakawhiti Ora Pai do not need International Nurses' Day to be reminded that they are appreciated.

Valuing nurses on International Nurses Day

The theme for this International Nurses Day – held on Sunday 12th May – is ‘A voice to lead – health for all’.

Nursing scholarship enables student to follow her career passions

Third-year Bachelor of Nursing student Ruth Trow has been awarded the inaugural Summerset Graduate Nurse Scholarship.

Nurses network in Auckland today

Auckland nurses are hoping to gain fresh ideas on nursing leadership at the New Zealand Nurses Organisation Auckland regional convention held today.

Giving back: volunteering as a diabetes specialist nurse

Suzanne Rockett volunteered within the Tolai community in Kokopo, Papua New Guinea, from January to December 2018 as a diabetes clinical nurse specialist . This is her story.

DR WELLNESS

Opinion: Dr Tracy Chandler – 5G, there’s nowhere to hide!

Our health is more important than having cars that talk to each other or faster movie downloads, states Dr Tracy Chandler (aka Dr Wellness) who says we should be wary of 5G.

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