clinical nurse specialist (CNS) Elizabeth Nevill presented her published observational study on the effect of delayed cord clamping on breathing and transition at birth, in very preterm infants.
offered a checklist template, which many have adopted.
Whitehead began her PhD in 2008, reducing her time at CMDHB
to one day a week.
I resigned from the hospital setting and, shortly afterwards, saw an ad for a community job at South Auckland Health, now CMDHB
I take a keen interest in what's happening nationally and how it might affect us at CMDHB
Kivell said CMDHB
had its lowest-ever vacancy rates but patient volumes were up 15 percent.
Email and speaker details will be uploaded onto the CMDHB
website's conference page to enable further information sharing.
The 'ugly times' began to end when CMDHB
decided that patient and staff care in the ED had to improve.
2010, March) NZNO submission on the governance documents--pilot of physician assistants in surgery at CMDHB
The report, Cultural Diversity in Nursing at CMDHB
, explores a range of issues arising from the high numbers of international nurses at the DHB.
has predicted that by 2021--given a middle-ground scenario of the projected population and health shifts--health workforce shortages will be around 26 percent of the numbers required to function adequately.
In 2005, CMDHB
realised senior nurses needed greater professional support.