DHBNZDistrict Health Boards New Zealand
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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.
Subsequently the RPCA informed the DHBNZ Working Party that it was forming a Faculty of Science within the RPCA and a working group was being established.
The group comprised scientists from DHB laboratories, a DHBNZ representative, a DHB Human Resource representative, three NZ University Academics (Otago, Massey & AUT) and a MLSB representative.
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.
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.
The SQM Group comprises nurses, doctors and pharmacists and was established as a collaborative venture between DHBNZ and the chief executives group in May 2003.
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.
DHBNZ has not yet finalised its team but the lead advocates will be employment relations specialists Stephen Grey and Kevin McFadgen.
Minister of Hearth Tony Ryall, in his March announcement of an expanded scope and training for enrolled nurses, catted on DHBNZ to look at the utility of the role.
The DVD is web streamed on the DHBNZ NP website www.