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Guidelines for preparing submissions
This guideline supports the process of writing your own submissions and explains how your contributions are important to the College for its submissions. As an individual member of the College you can make a valuable contribution by taking the time to supply your professional perspective based on your particular location, practice experience and relevant education.
Guidelines for establishing a relationship with the media
We are all aware that the nursing voice is not heard nearly frequently enough. This guideline aims to support individual nurses to increase their confidence making public contribution to wider health debates by writing letters to the Editor to developed a good relationship with locally based journalists.
Statement by the New Zealand Nurses Organisation and the College of Nurses Aotearoa:
Articulating the difference between PDRP level 4 RN roles and those advanced practice roles requiring not only nursing expertise but also positional authority