|DHBs throughout New Zealand have responsibility for identifying and prioritising funding for postgraduate training needs for all registered nurses within their district who are employed by health and disability services funded by the DHB or Ministry of Health.|
The graduate nurse represents the future of the nursing profession and as such we believe you should have the opportunity to develop your professional and practice roles in a supportive environment that models excellence in nursing practice, leadership, professionalism and best practice principles.
The purpose of these pages is to provide information relating to Health Workforce NZ (formerly CTA) funding and support available for nursing postgraduate study.
Assisting key stakeholders in postgraduate education to be well informed and assist the decision-making process around postgraduate study is a key focus.
Key stakeholders include:
- Registered Nurses considering postgraduate study
- Nursing Leadership
- Health providers
- Line Managers
Health Workforce New Zealand Postgraduate Nursing information is current at the time of issue. All efforts will be made to publicise significant changes to processes as they occur at the earliest possible time.
Information and Promotional Resources
Please select your Southern District Health Board Health Workforce New Zealand funding document by clicking on the appropriate link below.
Training Providers Expo
Dunedin: Tuesday 4th of September, 11:30am-15:30pm, Revive Staff Café
Invercargill: Monday 3rd September 11:30am-15:30pm Outside the Hospital Café, Ground Floor
Application period for 2019 HWNZ funding is open 1st September until 10th October 2018
|Applications / Administration enquiries to:||
All other enquiries to:
Jo Dobson - RN
|Contact details for PGNE Office:||
DDI: (03) 4709673 or internal extn 59673
c/- Practice Development Unit (Otago)
PG Nursing Education Office
First Floor Fraser Building, Cumberland Street, Dunedin
Box 20, Dunedin Hospital
Private Bag 1921, DUNEDIN 9054