The Nurse Coordinator Post Graduate Education is available throughout the year for advice and assistance with planning your postgraduate pathway.
Assistance is also available to help with any enrollment difficulties and with claiming of allocated funds at the end of each semester.
To contact the nurse coordinator email: PGNursing@northlanddhb.org.nz.
Funding is provided for postgraduate nursing qualifications as part of government strategies to increase the knowledge and skill of the health workforce and improve health outcomes for all New Zealanders.
This funding is for programmes which are Nursing Council of NZ approved and meet level eight requirements on the NZQA scale.
To be eligible for HWNZ Postgraduate Nursing Training funding each trainee shall:
See below links for information about Post Graduate specifications and prioritisation
Applications for funding are for the entire year following application and are open from early September through to 15th October.
Please complete a Career Plan with your Manager before application - click the link below:
Please email your Electronic Application Form and then scan and email your Career Plan/ Managers signed copy of the application form to PGNursing@northlanddhb.org.nz
Late applications will be placed on a wait-list and may be provided with funding at a later date due to withdrawals from study programmes.
Please Note: Semester One funding is allocated in December and Semester Two is allocated in April every year.
Please complete the University Admission Process (this can take a long time), please enrol in your course when applications are open (do not wait for funding to do this).
One on one support offered from Auckland University with Dr Ann McKillop.
Please email PGNursing@Northlanddhb.org.nz for an appointment.
|6 April 2018||
Whangarei Hospital (Library)
|11 May 2018|
Mid to Far North Nurses please email PGNursing@northlanddhb.org.nz for a V/C or phone appointment.
|18 September 2018||- Whangarei Hospital, 4th floor meeting
- The University of Auckland
- Massey University
|27 August 2018||Te Tai Tokerau PHO
Academic Pathway support with Dr Ann McKillop
Senior Lecturer School of Nursing
Faculty of Medical and Health Science
University of Auckland
PG Ed Claim Forms
Maori Pacific Support Supervision/Mentor