2013 Conference

PCNNZ Conference 2013 – Presentation Files

THEME: Celebrating and progressing palliative care nursing: A vision for the future


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Invited Speaker/sOrganisationTopic – hyperlinked to PDF version of PowerPoint file
Margaret AlveSkylightThoughts for walking the road through grief & loss
Carla ArklessPresbyterian Support SouthlandPalliative Care in a Dementia unit
Advance Care Planning workshop
Judith BaileyMercy Hospice AucklandAdvanced Nursing Practice Roles in a Hospice Community Setting
Julie HollingsworthCapital & Coast DHBPalliative Care in Aged Residential Care
Jayne HuggardMercy Hospice Auckland / School of Nursing, The University of AucklandUnderstanding and working with fear and anxiety
Peter KimbleHospice WaikatoCompassion in Palliative Care Now and into the future
Lynne Lewis & Jackie ThompsonFranklin HospicePortacath at home
Jane MacGeorgeMary Potter HospiceReaching into the future
Ann MorganHospice New ZealandCaring for ourselves
Foundations of Spiritual Care
Maryanne OffnerAuckland DHBPharmacy Prefilled SC Syringes
Aylene ParkerAuckland DHBWhat constitutes best care for the dying patient
Jude Pickthorne & Bridget Marshall

Capital & Coast DHB

MidCentral DHB

Culture Shift: Caring for the Dying
Teresa Read, Donna Cameron & Jo GrahamMary Potter HospiceVisualising a better future where fewer patients fall in the Mary Potter Hospice IPU
Jackie Robinson & Jacqui Bowden-Tucker

Auckland City Hospital

Hospice Marlborough

NPDF Palliative Care Nursing Practice
Cynthia WardTrue Colours Children’s Health TrustCaring for children with a serious illness
Glenda Hall, Bridget McAtamney & Sharon StewartOtago Community HospicePRN Subcutaneous medication in the home setting
Willem VinkCanterbury DHBOn the road again
Martin Woods & Joy Bickley Asher

Massey University

Mary Potter Hospice

Developing an ethical response to end-of-life choices legislation

Palliative Care Nurses New Zealand Inc. Society

The Kaupapa chosen for Palliative Care Nurses NZ is a Maori saying which is applied to those who offer protection to people at risk, a fundamental aspect of nursing care. It incorporates aspects of a person beyond the physical to include the emotional, spiritual and psychosocial.