NZNA

AcronymDefinition
NZNANew Zealand Nurses Association (now New Zealand Nurses Organisation)
NZNANew Zealand Nappy Alliance
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In that same year, NZNA (1991) released A Proposal for Career Development for Nurses in Clinical Practice.
The NZNA proposal described five levels of nursing practice based on experience, education, complexity of practice role and setting, and clinical leadership.
Following this prompt from the NZNA secretary and spurred on by their Wellington colleagues, an Auckland Theatre Nurses Group was formed and was also recognised as a Special Interest Section of NZNA.
Auckland Theatre Nurses Group formed and became the second group to be accepted as a Special Interest Section of NZNA.
Along with Margaret Gibson-Smith, she edited Objects and Outcomes, published to celebrate 75 years of the NZNA.
Nurse education consultancy work, such as a WHO project in New Guinea, and contributions through NZNA and NERF, continued for many years.
We started work just as the Employment Contracts Act (ECA) had been passed and NZNA was deciding its strategy to deal with what the ECA would mean for members.
She was an organiser with the NZNU until it amalgamated with NZNA in 1993, to form NZNO.
He's proud of his mother's activism in the Student Nurses' Association and NZNA at Hutt Hospital.
When NZNU and NZNA amalgamated in 1993, she joined the newly established Te Runanga o Aotearoa NZNO.
THE NURSING Education and Research Foundation (NERF) is a trust fund established by the then NZNA in 1968.
By 1985, after initial student nurse suspicion that NZNA was an "old girls' club", I had gained a growing appreciation for NZNA as an expression of my professional and industrial aspirations.