|The 2017 New Zealand Nursing Informatics Conference (NZNI 2017) is a one day event, that is part of the three day HiNZ Conference.
NZNIC speakers include:
- Mastering electronic documentation: key tips for success, Carey Campbell, Chief Nurse Advisor, Southern Cross Hospitals
- Standardisation and Normalisation of the Care Planning Process, Robert Nieves, Elsevier Clinical Solutions (USA)
- Update from the Office of the Chief Nurse, Jane O'Malley, Chief Nursing Officer (CNO), New Zealand Ministry of Health
- Plus hear about 12 local digital health projects that are focused on nursing practice.
Find out more:
CPD: The 2016 NZ Nursing Informatics Conference was endorsed by the College of Nurses Aotearoa (NZ) Inc and approved for 6 hours PD development for Nursing Council NZ continuing competence requirements. When the programme is finalised for the 2017 event we will apply for endorsement again.
Register: Delegates who register for the full HiNZ conference are eligible to attend any session across the two conferences on the day(s) they are registered. Alternatively delegates can register just for the NZNI conference sessions. REGISTER NOW
Questions? email us.
What did attendees say about last year's Conference?
"NZNI is an excellent forum to learn about the latest trends and integration of informatics, and to connect with like-minded people."
Sally Dennis, Clinical Nurse Lead eVitals & Nurse Educator, Emergency Department & Professional Development, CMDHB
"HiNZ has opened a new world of possibilities for me as a clinician and for nursing and health as a whole. Joining HiNZ seemed the perfect way to keep abreast of the opportunities available, changes and advancements in informatics for health and the differences it can make."
Karen Shaw, Nurse Coordinator Professional Development, Wairarapa & Hutt Valley DHBs
"The conference showcased innovative, high tech solutions and real examples of how it could transform methods of healthcare delivery on all levels. It was a great opportunity to network with colleagues running digital health projects."
Child Health Manger, Comprehensive Care Ltd