Te Tai Tokerau Nursing Conference 2023 | Northland DHB

Te Tai Tokerau Nursing Conference 2023

Theme: How do we deliver equitable care?

Tuesday, 7 November, 8am-5pm at Forum North, Rust Ave, Whangārei - Refreshments provided.

This conference is open at no cost to all enrolled and registered nurses and nurse practitioners in Te Tai Tokerau. 

Keynote speakers

  • Dr Maree Sheard, Chief Nurse, Te Whatu Ora Te Tai Tokerau
  • Dr Julia Slark, Head of School of Nursing, University of Auckland
  • Nadine Gray, Chief Nursing Officer, Te Aka Whai Ora
  • Angela Joseph, Director of Professional Standards at Te Kaunihera Tapuhi o Aotearoa Nursing Council of New Zealand

The Agenda and other speakers are to be confirmed.  

In addition to our keynote speakers, we invite nurses in practice to share their experiences.

Abstracts might outline case studies, research, service evaluation and innovative practice. Innovation is encouraged and varying formats will be considered. 

The total time for presenting will be between 10 – 25 minutes, depending on the number of applications received.  Times will be allocated after review of submitted abstracts and submitters will be informed of their timeframe in their confirmation letter. 

Professional development hours will be given to all attendees. 

Please submit abstracts by 30 June.

All submissions will be peer-reviewed, and successful applicants will be notified no later than the week of 11 August. 

Considerations for your abstract

Please ensure that your abstract aligns with the Conference theme – How do we deliver equitable care?

Background/Aims - Present the opportunity or issue and rationale for the project clearly and articulate inequity/equity action areas with insight into how these inequities have occurred.
Methods - Methods are clearly described.
Results - Evidence reported clearly, and relevant to the aims of the project. Results include specific reporting of findings related to equity of access, experiences and outcomes. In addition, disparity and inequities are highlighted.
Interpretation of findings is clear and relevant to Te Tai Tokerau communities. Indicate how the study will influence planning, services, and systems to improve equity of access, experience and outcomes across relevant equity groups, with specific recommendations to Mana Whenua.

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