Boost for heart disease diagnosis Positive Pat - a blessing for cancer support group Rural Midwives Learn to Respond to Emergencies Local surgeon joins Fiji relief efforts. Cubby holes are the simple solution More than 1000 people have benefitted from hospital flight service Gisborne Hospital top with junior doctors Nurse-led service treating blindness Support for alcohol free Gizzy Street Food Festival Celebrating Graduate Nurses Most East Coast shops not selling smokes to young people More time with people from ' FIT'approach Reducing falls aim of 'speed dating' clinic Rural midwives train for emergency situations Tairāwhiti nurse doesn’t miss a beat when it comes to heart health Equally Well wins The MHS award for innovation and excellence Budget 2016 Health announcements Celebrating Tairāwhiti Nurses Past and Present Making a difference in the community 51 years nursing and still winning awards Kylie Morrissey Wins NAMOT Innovation and Patient Safety Award Julia knows the importance of keeping healthy Nurses and Midwives of Tairawhiti Awards 2016 Deb Mckay nominated for innovation award Pharmacy another option for flu vaccination Improving teamwork and communication in theatre Pae Ora concepts applied to Admission to Discharge planner What we can do for others Newborn hearing Hauora Tairawhiti 1st Gisborne Hospital development Physio services strained Huge improvements in health services High rates of diarrhoea and vomiting What's in a name?
Very efficient eye theatre team Seven in hospital after a crash Programme helping rid Gisborne of a third world illness 25% increase in Tairawhiti patients receiving specialist assessments Facilities for the long term Its always too early until it’s too late Physicians from afar Datix - learning from experiences No smokes sold to young people Minister of Health Media Statement Shaken baby prevention Doing better for Tairawhiti children Public health advice after a flood Suicide prevention plan released for Tairāwhiti Accommodation available at Waikato Hospital until November Ridding Tairāwhiti of Rheumatic Fever A new direction for health services in Tairāwhiti New equipment makes a difference for sick kids.
An analysis of clinical trials has found that advice and support from nursing staff can increase people's success in quitting smoking, especially in a hospital setting.
The challenge is to incorporate smoking behaviour monitoring and smoking cessation interventions as part of standard nursing practice so that all patients are asked about their tobacco use and those who smoke are given advice to quit along with reinforcement and follow-up.
Such an understanding clears the way for addressing and facilitates an improvement in health outcomes. For further information please visit the website The aim of this programme is to assist in developing knowledge and skills to enhance your nursing practice; the content of the programme is based on the Whanganui PHO diabetes workbook and is aligned with the National Diabetes Nursing Knowledge and Skills Framework 2009 (NDNKSF) which has been endorsed nationally.
This diabetes knowledge programme is provided by the New Zealand Society for the Study of Diabetes (NZSSD) and supported by the Diabetes Nurse Specialist Section (DNSS) of NZNO. The NIKI T34 online training module has been updated.
It should take you about 30 minutes to complete - in one go or in several sessions, depending on your available time.
Video link clinics for East Coast diabetics Reviewing tragic events helps TDH improve its practices Telehealth will make access to health care easier for East Coast people Gisborne Hospital to get a new Medical Day Ward in 2015 Patients surveyed on their time in Gisborne Hospital Pat lobbied for dialysis unit she now uses Health services in Tairāwhiti focused on prevention Tairawhiti patients to get lodge meals Gisborne has a second case of measles Long-term look at East Coast health services Students in Gisborne Hospital after bus accident Measles case confirmed in Tairawhiti Midland Region Media Release - Study on rural maternity services Proposal to sell surplus properties at Te Karaka and Matawai World Smokefree Day 2014 - Perfect opportunity to quit Paid Family Care notice and Tairawhiti DHB policy Tobacco outweighs the cost of food and groceries Psychoactive Substances Amendment Act Passed Tairawhiti District Health improves again against government’s health targets Tairawhiti people urged to keep cars and homes smokefree Tairawhiti health officials issue measles vaccination reminder Review of East Coast health services takes another step forward Health of the population is DHB’s priority during water crisis A (slightly) quieter New Year for Gisborne Hospital Keep yourself safe at Rhythm & Vines Midland DHBs join together with Map of Medicine Midland Emergency Departments determined to reduce harm from alcohol consumption Visiting restrictions lifted at Gisborne Hospital Outbreak of gastroenteritis at Gisborne Hospital Tairawhiti District Health continues progress against health targets School nurses help Gisborne pupils quit smoking Submissions and feedback on East Coast health services review - now available to the public Another opportunity for East Coast residents to talk about health review Tairawhiti DHB benefits from the savings power of 20 DHBs Professor Sir Mason Durie to visit Gisborne in October Kura Wananga hosts first Oranga Niho event in te reo Maori Tairawhiti District Health continues good progress on health targets New patient identification system improving health care Health Minister thanks health professionals Infant formula update Have your say in the future health of Tairawhiti Cancer treatment services transfer to Waikato on Monday New health data will help drive improvements in patient safety Gisborne Hospital’s MRI to start scanning mid-June Tairawhiti DHB achieves one of its best health target results Tairawhiti first to sign up for national patient safety campaign Gisborne retailers ‘mostly compliant’ with sales of cigarettes and legal highs Mobile clinic has already proven its worth April Falls - it's no joke "Rena' oil spill Marine biotoxin alerts Funding to increase after review Understanding the requirements of Restraint Minimisation & Safe Practice is critical for all Nurses and Midwives, the education booklet provides a broad outline and considers aspects of de-escalation, identifies what an enabler is and also considers the aspects of the law associated with restraint minimisation & safe practice.
This course, offered by Mauri Ora Associates, aims to explain current health disparities from a historical perspective.
Karen Armstrong Kerryn White Dr Di Kopua appointed Associate Dean Otago Uni Immunisation important for teens too Assessing the needs of the elderly Hapu Ora Midwives 2017 Nurses and Midwives of Tairāwhiti Awards Iidil Merlini appointed Midwife Educator Gisborne Sees Health Benefits for Māori Babies Time to protect yourself against the flu Immunisation for staff Dieticians in the community Teamwork tested after patient-simulator loses leg Trial shows weight loss from plant-based diet Child with meningococcal septicaemia Climbing the health career ladder No smokes sold here Who makes decisions when you can't?
i Pad will ensure Jasmine's voice is heard Trauma patients can be confident of care Appointment of community members to advisory committees of Hauora Tairāwhiti A day in the life of a Health Care Assistant All Tairāwhiti children deserve the best start Celebrating Long Service at Hauora Tairāwhiti Junior doctors’ strike affects clinics and non-emergency surgery Patient Updates after Christmas Eve Bus Crash Technology bridging the health gap for East Coast resident Let's talk about death and dying A practical approach to preventing type 2 diabetes Quilts and knitting for little babies Town Clock lit purple for babies like Pippa Diabetes Action Month 2016 Keeping our tamariki healthy, happy & well ‘Gold Plated’ Stroke Service at Hauora Tairāwhiti Services reduced at Gisborne Hospital for strike Recognising staff with Waka Rewards Improving clinical access to patient information Topping NZ for flu immunisation Stay home if you have diarrhoea 2016 Disability Services Expo Joining forces to tackle heart condition I don’t need an advance care plan yet – YEAH RIGHT.