2019 conference presentations
Community Net is an online hub of resources designed to strengthen communities. The capapacity building webinars includes health-related topics of interest to organisations. Among these are: healthcare workforce planning; organisations using specific models of psychiatric care; and mental health collaborative initiatives.
Continuing professional development for general practice and primary health care
This is another free online tool, it includes webinars, podcasts and online learning.
Ko Awatea LEARN
NZFCNA now has an arrangement with Ko Awatea LEARN. The information in italics is from their website.
Ko Awatea LEARN is a DHB focused, eLearning and education community with a wide range of programmes, courses, and community forums available to DHB staff.
Its goal is to create a collaborative environment for DHB staff to continue their learning journey at work, helping develop a safe, competent and compliant workforce. We’re talking about skills like quality improvement, patient safety, communication, leadership, and patient-centered care.
ELearning Nurse is free for nurses working in the community in New Zealand. It offers learners short clinical readings relevant to nursing practice, some of which are endorsed by the College of Nurses Aotearoa NZ.
ELearning Nurse is updated monthly with new readings: we will send you an email update when new topics are added. Please share this new resource with your colleagues and look for us on Facebook by searching ELearnTHM.
Nurses Christian Fellowship NZ
NCFNZ is subscribing to a monthly news service - items of interest to Christian nurses
Seminar resources from Pharmac
There are a variety of seminars to watch on Pharmac's site.
Continuing professional development from Health Navigator
A huge variety of on line courses is available on this site, most are free.
Webinar on obesity and cancer
Understand the impact of obesity on our society, the science behind obesity and cancer risk and how to make every contact count with overweight patients
This webinar from the UK was produced by world cancer research fund in partnership with Oncology Central and discusses: