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Nurses face chronic understaffing and consider leaving the job
They've been called the backbone of our healthcare system, but New Zealand nurses are tired, feeling unsafe at work, and increasingly wanting to leave.
Mother of three pursues nursing degree to fix inequities for Māori
Mother of three Dana Chandler from Ngāti Ranginui is pursuing a degree in nursing at Unitec.
Waitematā DHB Māori Nurse of the Year announced
Chloe Maeva was presented with a korowai and named the latest winner of the Te Kauae Raro Māori Nursing and Midwifery Award.
No new COVID-19 cases or deaths to report today
Dr Bloomfield also paid honour to nurses and midwives during today's media conference as part of International Day of the Nurse.
"Army of Māori nurses" needed to fix inequalities in health system
Experts and those working towards becoming nurses have come together at the Indigenous Nurses Conference in Auckland to address serious concerns and issues they face daily.
Kuia receiving cancer treatment calls for more Māori nurses
Te Uriwa Papuni is receiving chemotherapy for leukemia at Middlemore Hospital and is calling for more Māori nurses and better care for Māori patients.
Māori students march to grad despite procession being cancelled
A small group of Māori Bachelor of Nursing students marched to their Whitireia graduation ceremony today despite the planned procession being cancelled earlier this week. They were flanked by their families and tutors to celebrate the beginning of a new chapter.
Nurses make their voices heard
Nurses from Ngāti Porou Hauora are striking due to what they say is a lack of equity and a pay disparity between them and nurses in the public health sector.
Ngāti Porou Hauora nurses strike
Nurses at Ngāti Porou Hauora in Gisborne are currently on strike.