Lawless was also the NZNO representative on the former government's Health Workforce Advisory Committee.
What does HWAC stand for?
HWAC stands for Health Workforce Advisory Committee (New Zealand Ministry of Health)
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We have 16 other meanings of HWAC in our Acronym Attic
- Horror Writers Association
- Host Wire Adapter
- Hot Wire Anemometry
- Hunter Water Australia (Broadmeadow, NSW, Australia)
- Hellenic Writers Association of Australia
- Hawthorne Army Ammunition Plant
- Henry Wellcome Ancient Biomolecules Centre (University of Oxford Department of Zoology; UK)
- Hardware Activation Code
- Hazardous Waste Action Coalition
- Hazardous Waste Advisory Committee (Connecticut)
- Health, Wellness, and Athletic Center (various locations)
- Herbert W. Armstrong College (est. 2001; Edmond, OK)
- Hercules Wimbledon Athletic Club (UK)
- Home Warranty Association of California (est. 1984; various locations)
- Huntington Woods Aquatic Club (Michigan)
- Hawthorne Army Depot
- Health and Welfare Agency Data Center (Sacramento, CA, USA)
- Hardware Address Filtering
- Hospitality With A Heart (hotel industry award)
- Handwritten Address Interpretation
Samples in periodicals archive:
A renewed emphasis on health workforce planning in New Zealand began in 2001 with the development of the Health Workforce Advisory Committee (HWAC), in response to the New Zealand Health Strategy (Ministry of Health 2000, Ministry of Health 2004) and Primary Health Care Strategy (Ministry of Health 2001).
Back in 2004, the Howard government was provided with an Australian Health Workforce Advisory Committee Nursing Workforce Planning Report which warned that over the next decade Australia will need up to 13,500 new registered nurses and 5,734 new enrolled nurses each year.
Wellington: The author (2) Health Workforce Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Health (2006).
Recent research by the Health Workforce Advisory Committee found "unhealthy and sometimes dysfunctional work environments".
This type of model is described by the Health Workforce Advisory Committee as an example of ongoing development and evolution of health professionals' education.
Lawless was NZNO's representative on the Health Workforce Advisory Committee (HWAC).
The plan's priorities were identified in the Minister of Health, Annette King's Pacific Health and Disability Action Plan (2002) and recommendations from the Health Workforce Advisory Committee.