Welcome To NZASH
NZASH is designed as a forum for education and networking of professionals interested in simulation in healthcare. We continue to explore ways NZASH can add value to it’s members and develop healthcare simulation in New Zealand.
Over the next few months we will be introducing some changes to NZASH and need your help in creating a dynamic and useful association. NZASH is first and foremost an association of its members… that means you! Your suggestions for the new website, information on local healthcare simulation events, and your shared educational resources are invaluable.
To better enable member communication we have opened Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook accounts. We have also added a “Communication Contact” to the website manager to make information sharing easier and more effective. I encourage it’s regular use.
To make NZASH more accessible to it’s members we have regionalised the executive portfolio and activities. I welcome you to introduce yourself to your regional liaison and share your local activities with them. There is a regional box on the website with details.
Many thanks to those of you who replied to our membership needs analysis survey. It’s implications have been beneficial to guide the direction of NZASH. A summary is attached.
SimWeek 2017 – Sept 11-15
Join us as we celebrate the professionals who improve the safety, effectiveness and efficiency of healthcare services every day.
Events and Offerings:
- Simulation Article of the Day
- Journal Twitter Chat
- Moulage Photo Contest
- Facebook Live and Twitter Live discussions
- Open-access to Simulation in Healthcare
Laerdal SUN Meeting and NZASH AGM – 19-20 Sept
Simulation Special Interest Group (SIG) Auckland and Northland Region.
Saturday, 28 October 2017 1.00pm – 3.00pm
You are invited to the inaugural Simulation Interest Group for the Auckland Region.
Thank you for joining us at the NZASH 2016 Conference and Annual General Meeting in the vibrant city of Wellington!
The tremendous amount of hard work organising NZASH 2016 paid off as our attendees were treated to a fantastic program of 3 key note addresses, 17 abstract presentations and 8 varied workshops.
We thank everyone who contributed to making NZASH 2016 a success. What a great privilage it was to share knowledge, gain inspiration and build relationships within our heathcare simulation community.
Click here to view Conference Handbook