NNCA

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NNCANavy Nurse Corps Association
NNCANortel Networks Certified Architect (professional certification)
NNCANorth Notts Community Arena (UK)
NNCANo Net Cost Assessment (tobacco)
NNCANational Nursing Council of Australia
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The 14-member organising committee was chaired by Auckland neonatal nurse Dale Garton, and included members of current and past NNCA executives, as well as Pacific Nursing Section chair 'Eseta Finau, NZNO kaiwhakahaere Kerri Nuku and representatives from the Australian College of Neonatal Nurses (ACCN).
There was much interest in this from other Pacific nations and it will be jointly looked at by NNCA and the Pacific Nursing Section in the near future.
NNCA is also planning for its symposium to be held in Hamilton on September 28.
In preparation for this event, a contingent from the local NNCA organising committee--Dale Garton, Debbie O'Donoghue and Jane Bocock, accompanied by NZNO professional nursing adviser Kate Weston and Conference Company staffer Jodi Preston-Thomas--went to Vancouver to the COINN 2016 conference.
teaching package which originated from the Brazilian project, the NNCA, in partnership with Counties Manukau District Health Boards's Pacific Regional Development Unit, piloted a neonatal nurses' education programme in Samoa.
In July 2013, Higgs was supported by NNCA to attend the Perinatal Palliative Care in Australia and New Zealand special interest group in Melbourne.
THE COUNCIL of International Neonatal Nurses' conference (COINN) will be held in Auckland in 2019, thanks to the Neonatal Nurses College Aotearoa's (NNCA) successful bid.
A year later, with that in mind, and the permission of JV's parents, Klein shared her photos of the family at the Neonatal Nurses College Aotearoa (NNCA) conference in November, where a paper to guide nurses working in neonatal palliative care was being finalised.
PARTNERSHIP WAS a strong theme at the Neonatal Nurses College Aotearoa (NNCA) conference in Auckland in November, thanks to the variety of presentations highlighting the teamwork involved in the neonatal journey.
TECHNOLOGY WAS the theme of the three-day Neonatal Nurses' College of Aotearoa (NNCA) NZNO conference in Christchurch in November.
The Neonatal Nurses College Aotearoa (NNCA) has been instrumental in developing this programme into an education package and making it available for nurses working in the Pacific Islands.
"UNITED AS One" was the perfect title for the first Neonatal Nurses College of Aotearoa (NNCA) combined level 2 and 3 conference, held in Rotorua in October.