Kia Ora and Welcome!
Great to have you here! Our site aims to provide a wide range of resources and support for School Nurses working in Secondary Schools in New Zealand.
We have three main sections:
- Browse our 'Resources' section for a range of resources to support professionals working in schools.
- Want to upskill? Check out our 'Training' page for online and local training opportunities.
- To find local services in your area, or to network with others, try our 'Connect' zone for other health professionals working near you.
Cant find what you're looking for? Want to contribute to our content? Then drop us a line... we look forward to hearing from you.
School Nursing in New Zealand
School Nurses provide onsite, accessible, free healthcare services to students in schools. School Nursing has existed in New Zealand for more than 100 years, but more recently School Nurses are being recognised as experts in Youth Health, providing a valuable contribution in improving the health and wellbeing of students in schools.
From emergency care, to physical, mental, emotional and social health assessment and treatment, the scope of a School Nurses' practice is wide and all-encompassing. School Nurses work with students, their families, school staff and secondary health services to provide excellent, youth focused Nursing care to best support students in schools.
Due to the isolated nature of school nurses, it can prove challenging at times to stay updated with relevant information, policies and guidelines which support Nursing practice in schools. Therefore, we hope this site proves useful for all Nurses working in Schools to access support and information in a timely manner.
A collaborative effort...
Do you know of a great resource that would be useful for School Nurses? We invite content from all health professionals working in the Youth Health Sector. Find out more here.
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