Dunedin - 5 Jul 2022
1 Harrop Street
Workshop for Registered Nurses
The workshops for Registered Nurses are planned for June and July 2022. We are pleased to have secured amongst other presenters Dr Michal Boyd and Julie Daltrey for this round of workshops.
The programme will also include sessions on wound care, wound management and pressure area management presented by EBOS Healthcare, and the roles and responsibilities of Registered Nurses in aged care presented by NZACA clinical Advisor, Rhonda Sherriff.
Dr Michal Boyd, RN, NP, ND, FAANP, FCNA(NZ)
Dr Michal Boyd is a Nurse Practitioner and Honorary Associate Professor with the School of Nursing and Department of Geriatric Medicine, University of Auckland. She owns and practices with Equinox Health Ltd, a primary healthcare provider specifically for aged care facilities. Dr Boyd has published over 100 journal articles, books, and guidelines. Her main research interests are care of older adults living in the community and aged care and advanced nursing practice. Dr Boyd and her team recently completed the ELDER research project investigating end-of-life experiences in residential aged care, and she is now working on the development of Deterioration Early Warning System (DEWS). She is currently Chair of Dementia Auckland.
Mrs Julie Daltrey PhD Candidate Nurse Practitioner, MN(hons)
Julie has been a New Zealand Registered Nurse for 23 years and a Nurse Practitioner (NP) for six years. She gained her Master of Nursing at University of Auckland (UoA) and is a currently undertaking her PhD. Her research focuses on the development of a system to support nurses to identify acute deterioration in people living in residential aged care (RAC). She has held roles in rural hospital nursing, district nursing, nurse education and chronic care management. In 2008, Julie focused on the care of older adults becoming the first Waikato District Health Board (DHB) employed Gerontology Nurse Specialist dedicated to supporting nursing work in RAC. She used this platform to successfully challenge for NP (older adults) registration in 2015. She is currently a professional teaching fellow at UoA.
She has been recognised for her academic, clinical, and leadership contribution to nursing. She was presented with the UoA Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Denis Pickup Clinical Educator Award in 2017, the New Zealand Nurses Organisation national “Services to Nursing” award in 2015 for her “contribution to gerontology nursing at a local and national level” (Marion Guy Present NZNO) and Waikato DHB awards for quality improvement initiatives including the introduction of the SBARR communication tool and the development of a best practice guideline for management of Scabies in residential aged care. Following a year of working with the Health Quality and Safety Commission in a deputised role she now holds the clinical lead position for RAC quality improvement activity.
Regular price: $350 + GST
NZACA member early bird price: $270 + GST (valid until 16 May 2022)
NZACA member: 3+ attendee price $270 + GST
NZACA member price: $310 + GST
Registration on the day begins at 8.30am, and sessions will start promptly at 9am, concluding by 4.30pm.
Lunch and tea break meals will be provided and participants will receive a certificate of attendance via email after the workshop.
Cancellation policy: All cancellations must be in writing (email) 14 days prior to workshop. Cancellations after 14 days will incur an administration fee of $80 + GST. There will be no refund eight (8) days prior to the date of the workshop, but you may send a substitute staff member providing we are advised of this in writing.
Please direct any enquiries regarding registrations for the workshop to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Lili Bush, Events and Marketing Coordinator on 04 473 3159.
Thank you to our sponsors VCare and EBOS Healthcare.