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eHEALTH NURSING @ HiNZ Conference 2018

November 21

eHEALTH NURSING 2018 runs in collaboration with the HINZ Conference, New Zealand’s largest digital health event.

This year, we have modified the format to enable us to offer nurses a more exciting package of speakers. Previously called the “NZ Nursing Informatics Conference”, the new event is called “2018 eHealth Nursing”. It will be held on the morning of Wednesday 21 November 2018, at TSB Arena in Wellington. Delegates will get a half day of nurse focused presentations, followed by an afternoon of international keynotes at the HiNZ Conference, plus free attendance at the two hour networking function in the exhibition hall where you can view and discuss the innovative work being done by over 75 companies.

The one-day registration pass for eHealth Nursing ($198 inc.gst) includes:

  • eHealth Nursing sessions (9am to 2pm) – includes morning tea and lunch
  • HiNZ plenary sessions (2.30pm to 5.30pm)
  • HiNZ welcome function (5.30pm to 7.30pm) – includes free beverages & canapes

Or you can attend just the morning sessions for $98 inc.gst.

(If you are attending the full HiNZ Conference, please note that the eHealth Nursing morning sessions are not included within a HiNZ delegate pass. To attend these sessions you need to select it as an optional extra on the workshops page during registration.)

SPEAKERS

eHEALTH NURSING sessions

  • Judy Murphy, Chief Nursing Officer, IBM Global Healthcare (USA)
  • Jill Clendon, Chief Advisor in the Office of the Chief Nursing Officer, Ministry of Health
  • Karyn Sangster, Chair, Nurse Executives New Zealand
  • Anna-Marie Scroggins, Clinical Informatics Specialist, MercyAscot
  • Denise Irvine, Telehealth Coordinator, Waikato DHB
  • Michelle Honey, Senior Lecturer, School of Nursing, The University of Auckland
  • Emma Collins, Senior Lecturer, Otago Polytechnic School of Nursing
  • Sally Britnell, Lecturer, Nursing, Auckland University of Technology
  • Liz Manning, Kynance Consulting

HiNZ PLENARY sessions

  • The Hon Dr David Clark, Minister of Health
  • Ann-Marie Cavanagh, Chief Technology and Digital Services Officer, Ministry of Health
  • Richard Corbridge, Chief Digital and Information Officer, Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust (UK)
  • Judy Murphy, Chief Nursing Officer, IBM Global Healthcare (USA)
  • Professor Samson Tse (Hong Kong), Associate Dean, The University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
  • Rob Edwards, The Health Presenter (Australia)

To find out more click here