NEW ZEALAND BLOOD SERVICE (NZBS): A proposed settlement, including a one per cent pay increase, was reached during negotiations last month.
What does NZBS stand for?
NZBS stands for New Zealand Blood Service (Auckland, New Zealand)
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- New Zealand Bioethics Journal
- New Zealand Bus Limited
- New Zealand Bone Marrow Donor Registry
- New Zealand Business Migration Services
- New Zealand Bibliographic Network
- New Zealand Business Network (computer consultancy)
- New Zealand Board of Geography Teachers
- New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990
- New Zealand Business Roundtable
- New Zealand Biodiversity Strategy
- New Zealand Blues Society
- New Zealand Bowhunters Society
- New Zealand Bravery Star (est. 1999)
- New Zealand Broadcasting School
- New Zealand Broadcasting Service
- New Zealand Boarding Schools Association
- New Zealand Building Subcontractors' Federation Incorporated (Porirua, New Zealand)
- NZ (New Zealand) Businesses for Social Responsibility
- New Zealand Business Times (newspaper)
- New Zealand Building Trades Union
Samples in periodicals archive:
In light of this knowledge gap, the Canadian Blood Services, Australian Red Cross and New Zealand Blood Services earlier this year announced changes in their respective blood donor deferral policies to indefinitely defer all potential donors who volunteer that they have a history of CFS in response to general health questioning.
The New Zealand Blood Service for providing me with the opportunity and material to present my work.
A proposed collective agreement (CA) for NZNO's 151 members working for New Zealand Blood Service (NZBS) includes a 2.
1) Failure to adhere to the rigorous safety guidelines recommended by the New Zealand Blood Service increases the risk of serious adverse outcomes for patients undergoing transfusions.
He said the new website was the most comprehensive site in the country for job vacancies in the public health service and congratulated DHBs and the New Zealand Blood Service for developing it.
In 2003, the New Zealand Blood Service (NZBS) introduced the role to the major public hospitals in the country's eight largest district health boards (DHB) to educate and support nurses in order to improve clinical practice concerning blood transfusions.
Transfusion nurse specialist at the New Zealand Blood Service, Suzi Rishworth, gave an animated presentation on "hot" auditing practices that can be applied to IPC auditing.