Read the constitution of Palliative Care Nurses New Zealand Society Incorporated.
Download the Palliative Care Nurses New Zealand Incorporated Society strategic plan.
Discover the latest palliative care nursing jobs from around New Zealand.
Established in 2022, the Palliative Care Collaborative Aotearoa (PCCA) has been formed to give a collective voice on the need for better, more equitable palliative care across all of New Zealand. https://www.pcca.nz/
Sign the petition to make high quality palliative care available to everyone https://www.pcca.nz/
Kia ora Koutou – Te Kahu Pairuri o Aotearoa / Hospice New Zealand is a member of the Carers Alliance of 56 national not for profits.
Since 2004 the Alliance has worked to improve recognition and support for our country’s one million plus family, whānau and āiga carers – those who assist family members who are frail, unwell, or have a serious health condition or disability. We can all expect to give or receive family care during our lives.
This petition calls for a Minister or Commissioner for family carers, and true action to support their physical, mental, and financial wellbeing. Petition closes 31 January 2024..
Together we have tried everything to get government and its agencies to listen and do more. The petition is a first step in our upcoming election campaign to seek better progress for New Zealand’s family carers. You’ll learn more about the We Care NZ campaign in the weeks ahead. For now, take the first step to move things forward for carers – click to sign the petition.
Ngā mihi nui on behalf of,
Wayne Naylor, Chief Executive – Te Kahu Pairuri o Aotearoa – Hospice New Zealand
PCNNZ provides its members with the tools needed to stay current with leading practices, understand policy changes, and improve quality of care. Join a community of like-minded healthcare professionals across New Zealand.
Your PCNNZ membership means you are always up to date with what is happening in New Zealand palliative care.
You will gain access to our members-only area of the website, the opportunity to join sub-committees, network with other palliative care nurses and more.
PCNNZ hosts a bi-annual conference to help you develop your palliative care knowledge. Our next conference is in Wellington in March 2024, see link of this page for more info and registration.
Our most recent conference was in Queenstown in October 2022, it was a great opportunity to learn, reflect & meet. Presentations from a range of skilled and knowledgeable palliative care clinicians provide valuable learning and networking opportunities.
Date: 18 – 19 March 2024
Venue: James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor Wellington