Pinnacle MHN and Hauraki PHO invites
nurses to a Waikato DHB workshop titled 'IV cannulation and associated skills' on
Wednesday 5 October at Waikato Hospital.
The target audience for this workshop is Pinnacle MHN and Hauraki PHO nurses who are either representing their own practice, or a cluster of nearby practices.
Attendance at this workshop will enable nurses to train and support other nurses within their practice and local area.
The expectation is that those attending will also attend three upcoming virtual forums, the first planned for November or December, and share the learnings others accordingly. More information to come.
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