2022 Conference Conference sold out! Please contact us if you’d like to go on the waiting list in case someone is unable to attend and a space opens up. Contact Us Palliative Care Nurses New Zealand Symposium 2022 We welcome you to join us in beautiful Queenstown for a fantastic...

Presentation Files NB. If a presentation below is not hyperlinked, then either a PowerPoint has not been supplied, or the presenter has declined publication. Day One Photos Click Here Day Two Photos Click Here Palliative Care Nurses New Zealand Conference 2019 Programme Keynote Speaker Organisation Topic - hyperlinked to PDF version of PowerPoint file Prof Alex...

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 Presentation FilesPalliative Care Nurses New Zealand Conference 2017 Programme Keynote SpeakerOrganisationTopicProf Merryn GottThe University of AucklandWhat do we know about the support needs of family and whanau carers within palliative care in New Zealand?Invited SpeakerOrganisationTopicDr John KleinsmanThe Nathaniel Centre - the NZ Catholic Bioethics CentreChanging demographics...

PCNNZ Conference 2015 - Presentation FilesDilemmas and Ethical Issues in Palliative Care: "The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly"Link to Conference Programme Click on the title to view the presentation slides.Keynote Speaker/sOrganisationTopic - hyperlinked to PDF version of PowerPoint fileProf Phil LarkinUniversity College Dublin, UKWays of...

PCNNZ Conference 2013 - Presentation FilesTHEME: Celebrating and progressing palliative care nursing: A vision for the future Click on the title to view the presentation slides.Invited Speaker/sOrganisationTopic - hyperlinked to PDF version of PowerPoint fileMargaret AlveSkylightThoughts for walking the road through grief & lossCarla ArklessPresbyterian Support...