New secretary for NENZ Nurse Executives of New Zealand has appointed a new secretary--nursing and midwifery officer at Southern DHB, Leanne Samuel.
What does NENZ stand for?
NENZ stands for Nurse Executives of New Zealand (national forum)
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- Named Executive Officer
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- Near Earth Objects Information Center
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In 1998 the Nurse Executives of New Zealand released a role definition which stated, A Clinical Nurse Specialist role is undertaken by a nurse with experience in the clinical specialty and advanced learning in that area of specialist cares.
Without a joined-up approach involving Nursing Council, the Ministry of Health, HWNZ, Nurse Executives of New Zealand and Nurse Educators in the Tertiary Sector, we are at risk of alienating a generation of newly qualified nurses from New Zealand programmes who find it difficult to get jobs.
The NZNO Board of Directors adopted the recommendations of the NZNO and Nurse Executives of New Zealand (NENZ) co-sponsored working party on PDRP evidential requirements at its December meeting.
Nurse Executives of New Zealand (NENZ) is an organisation of Directors of Nursing/the most senior nurse/s in District Health Boards/major health provider organisations, and the senior nurse from each, the Department of Corrections, Ministry of Defence, Department of Occupational Safety & Health, and MOH.
A working party co-sponsored by the Nurse Executives of New Zealand (NENZ) and NZNO, chaired by MidCentral District Health Board PDRP co-ordinator Anne Russell, has proposed a model for refining the evidence required to support applications at all levels.
Director of nursing and midwifery at Waitemata DHB, Jocelyn Peach, one of the Nurse Executives of New Zealand (NENZ) members interested in workforce planning, echoes Annals' frustrations.
NPAC-NZ will work with the Nurse Executives of New Zealand and the Nurse Educators in the Tertiary Sector to achieve these aims.