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eHealth Nursing 2019 

This is a half day event run in collaboration withNurse Executives of New Zealand (NENZ). It is part of Digital Health Week NZ.


eHealth Nursing 2019 has been endorsed by the College of Nurses Aotearoa (NZ) Inc and approved for 6.5 hours professional development for Nursing Council NZ continuing competence requirements.


The eHealth Nursing sessions will be held on the morning Wednesday 20 November 2019, at Claudelands Hamilton.


To register, go to the registration portal:

After you have entered your contact information, select “Workshop Only" then select your preferred workshop(s).


To ADD a workshop to an existing conference registration:

Email Kelly at


You are able to register for this event without attending the HINZ conference. Simply select the 'workshop' ticket option when prompted by the registration form. To register go here >> OR to add this workshop to an existing registration email Kelly >>


The FULL DAY eHealth Nursing registration pass ($198) includes:

  • eHealth sessions (9am to 1.30pm) - includes morning tea and lunch
  • HiNZ keynote speaker sessions (1.30pm to 5.30pm)
  • HiNZ welcome function (5.30pm to 7.30pm) - includes free beverages & canapes


The HALF DAY eHealth Nursing registration pass ($98) includes:

  • eHealth Nursing sessions (9am to 1.30pm) - includes morning tea


Hear from global experts and local nurse leaders:

  • Virtual Care and the Changing Role of Nurses, Elizabeth Borycki, Professor School of Health Information Science, University of Victoria, Canada
  • Challenges and enablers nurse educators face teaching nursing informatics, Michelle Honey, Senior Lecturer School of Nursing, University of Auckland & Sally Britnell, Lecturer, AUT
  • Wise workflows or wasteful workarounds: Which one wins in the workplace?, Carey Campbell, Director of Nursing, Southern Cross Hospitals
  • What do you do when the paper is gone? Counties Manukau Health’s front runner journey introducing the new national Maternity Clinical Information System, Isabella Smart, Midwife Manager, Community Midwifery Service, Counties Manukau Health DHB
  • Acute hospital nurses' perception of using tablets at the point of care, John Hewitt, Nurse Specialist, Canterbury DHB
  • Innovation through data and human-centred design, Andrew Jones, Project Manager, Auckland District Health Board
  • Electronic patient records: An IPCN’s best mate, Grassy Zhao, Infection Prevention & Control Nurse, Southern Cross Hospital Hamilton
  • A tech journey, bringing community nursing into the 21st century, Lisa Maxwell, Nurse Coordinator Clinical System Support, Waikato DHB

The full day pass includes the HiNZ Conference international keynote speakers.

(If you are attending the full HiNZ Conference, please note that the eHealth Nursing morning sessions are

not included within a HiNZ delegate pass. To attend these sessions you need to select it as an optional

extra on the workshops page during HiNZ Conference registration.)


There are nurse scholarships available. To read about these and find out whether you are eligible please go to our scholarships page >>


Download the eHealth Nursing programme

Download A4 PDF Flyer about this event.


To find out more about Digital Health Week NZ, visit the conference website >>


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