Karitane nurse

Karitane nurse

n
NZ a nurse trained in the care of young babies and their mothers according to the principles of the Plunket Society
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Mother and seven daughters (of which I am one) account for one maternity nurse, one Karitane nurse, one hospital-trained general nurse and five comprehensive nurses.
From July 4 next year, the three steps on the enrolled, obstetric and Karitane nurse pay scale will be $44,505, $46,977 and $50,685, respectively.
She trained and qualified as a Karitane nurse in Dunedin.
NZNO organisers Laura Thomas and Barbara Crozier were the advocates for the negotiations, supported by Plunket nurse Pauline Smith, community Karitane nurse Karyn Sullivan, kaiawhina Teri Ransfield and administration team leader Wendy Barry, all from Auckland, Plunker nurse Joy Bowra-Dean, Matron, Plunketline staffer Jo MacRae, Wellington and Plunket nurse Gait Sefton, Christchurch.
From the drama of removing a premature baby from respiratory support for the first time, to playful interaction between a nurse and a young boy in an emergency department; from a medical evacuation in Afghanistan, to a community Karitane nurse encouraging a migrant family in central Auckland, NZNO's photo competition marking its centennial year captured it all.
The Governor-General presented his Plunket credentials to the conference: a Plunket baby, the father of three Plunket babies, the husband of a Plunket office holder in Auckland, and the son of a Karitane nurse and an Otago GP.
NZNO's team was Wilson, NZNO organiser Huia Welton, Pahiatua Plunket nurse Luenda Rogers, Plunketline nurse Jo Macrae, Wellington Karitane nurse Mary Peryer, Auckland support team coordinator Wendy Batty, Auckland Plunket nurse Margaret Wong and Auckland kaiawhina, Elizabeth Howard.
NZNO's team was Wilson, NZNO organiser Huia Welton, Pahiatua Plunker nurse Luenda Rogers, Plunketline nurse Jo Macrae, Wellington Karitane nurse Mary Peryer, Auckland support team coordinator Wendy Batty, Auckland Plunket nurse Margaret Wong and Auckland kaiawhina, Elizabeth Howard.
Blackwell was a Karitane nurse, a Gift Guides' district commissioner, a student of early childhood education, an escort for refugee children in the Spanish Civil War, a student of early childhood at Toronto and Columbia Universities, a child psychologist at Auckland Hospital, and a participant in Lifeline and the Inter-Church Counselling Centre.
NZNO's negotiating team was Wilson, Plunket nurses Luenda Rogers (Pahiatua) and Margaret Wong (Aukland), Wellington Karitane nurse Mary Peryer, Hamilton kaiawhina Dale Marriot, Plunketline representative Jo Macrae, and Dunedin support team co-ordinator Sharon Robinson.
Otago DHB: Community Karitane nurse and disability activist Helen Algar and independent midwife Mary Gamble.
NZNO will discuss this change with members and Plunket management will write to staff previously employed as Karitane nurses explaining why Plunket can no longer use the title and confirming these staff are valued long-term employees.