DHBNZ

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DHBNZDistrict Health Boards New Zealand
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DHBNZ provided a list of the 21 DHB NETP programme co-ordinators.
Ministry of Health and DHBNZ (2002) Home Support Services: Personal Care and Home Help Specifications, Ministry of Health and District Health Boards New Zealand, Wellington.
Graduates are now included in the newly introduced national monitoring of nursing vacancies, overseas nurses, attrition, numbers in various areas of employment, ethnicity, and educational needs in priority areas of healthcare (Cunliffe, 2008; Department of Labour, 2005; DHBNZ, 2009; MOH, 2005: 2009).
In 2006 the District Health Board New Zealand (DHBNZ) established a Medical Laboratory Think Tank to investigate role extension for medical laboratory scientists in the New Zealand health workforce planning.
In February 2007, the DHBNZ Scientific Workforce Strategy Group established a working party to investigate "Role extension" for MLS.
She was senior lecturer in the Christchurch School of Medicine's Department of Psychological Medicine from 1997 to 2005; NZNO president from 2001 to 2005; a member of the DHB/NZNO Committee of Inquiry into Safe Staffing and Healthy Workplaces (SSHW) in 2006; co-chair of the DHBNZ SSHW unit governance group from 2007 to 2009; a SSHW demonstration site Leader at West Coast DHB for the past year; and has been the nursing and midwifery director at the DHB since 2005.
Those who attended the inaugural meeting were the advocates from the three unions involved in the NToS, (NZNO, the Public Service Association and the Service and Food Workers' Union); Tairawhiti DHB chief executive Jim Green, Lakes DHB chief executive Cathy Cooney, who chaired the meeting, DHBNZ representative Steve Aburn, Hawke's Bay DHB representative John McKeefry, and Council of Trade Unions health analyst Georgina McLeod.
The CTA has commissioned the Health Workforce Information Programme (HWIP) and DHBNZ to undertake modeling and forecasting of the current regulated nursing workforce to provide the necessary information on which future workforce planning can be based.
An alert and poster have been issued by the District Health Board New Zealand's (DHBNZ) Safe and Quality Use of Medicines Group (SQM Group).
DHBNZ is developing a package to assist DHBs to implement the new scope and Rolls is keen for DHBs to share their resources with private sector and aged-care providers.
"As the lead chief executive for the health of older people at DHBNZ level, I know the aged residential care workforce is a critical part of delivering services for the elderly but I didn't realty understand the work, to be honest.