September 23, 2022
As Aotearoa New Zealand faces down a nursing shortfall of thousands, changes are afoot to how overseas nurses are registered here. In the second part of a series exploring Maranga Mai!, NZNO’s campaign to fix the nursing crisis, Kaitiaki looks at what needs to change in the registration process.
Read more... Maranga Mai! Registration — what needs to change?
September 16, 2022
Maranga Mai! – rise up – is a plan to save New Zealand’s health system, NZNO chief executive Paul Goulter tells conference delegates.
Read more... Maranga Mai! — rise up — is our plan to save the health system
September 13, 2022
Student members say NZNO is “leading by example” by granting free membership to nursing students.
Read more... Free NZNO membership for nursing students ‘an example for Government’
August 26, 2022
NZNO members are being encouraged to turn up for a ‘day of action’ being held around the country on Monday in support of pay parity for primary health care nurses.
Read more... Members urged to turn out for primary health care nurses
August 24, 2022
About a third of Aotearoa’s nursing workforce is comprised of overseas-trained nurses, nurse vacancies are into the thousands and an estimated one in three nursing students are dropping out — with even higher rates for Māori and Pacific1. In the first of a series exploring Maranga Mai!, NZNO’s campaign to fix the nursing crisis, Kaitiaki looks at what needs to change in nursing education.
Read more... Maranga Mai! Education — what needs to change?