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Paediatric Positions Vacant

Are you looking for a new opportunity? The PSNZ advertises medical and healthcare roles in New Zealand, as well as opportunities to volunteer your expertise at a governance level for the PSNZ.

EOI for Membership of the Diabetes National Clinical Network Reference Group

The New Zealand Child and Youth Clinical Networks (NZCYCN) are keen to receive applications from people to join the Reference Group (RG) of the Diabetes Clinical Network (CN). The aim of all the CNs is to improve outcomes for tamariki and rangatahi in the context of their whānau.

A focus of the workplan over the next 2 years will be Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) and we are looking to strengthen our membership in this area. Specifically we are seeking people who demonstrate the following:

  • Willingness to promote the needs and experiences of Māori and Pacific whānau of tamariki and rangatahi living with diabetes
  • Broad understanding of the changing national context influencing Aotearoa New Zealand’s model of care

We have a focus on strengthening our equity lens, therefore we will prioritise applicants who identify with Māori and Pacific communities and we welcome applications from NGOs and community providers. If you are interested in being a member of a group that provides national quality improvement for tamariki and rangatahi with diabetes please send us an email with your expression of interest.

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Applications close on Monday 22 April 2024.

EOI for Membership of the Reference Group for the Child Protection Clinical Network

The PSNZ Child Protection Clinical Reference Group invites Expressions of Interest (EOI) for new members to join the CRG to provide leadership for the clinical management of IPV and CAN through the clinical network.

The Child Protection Clinical Network (CPCN) provides leadership within health to ensure best outcomes for victims of intimate partner violence (IPV), and infants, children and youth at risk of child abuse and or neglect (CAN) in Aotearoa New Zealand. The CPCN is a multi-disciplinary national network providing a forum to support health care professionals working across community, primary, secondary and tertiary services who have a clinical or research interest in child protection, including all forms of IPV and CAN.

The CPCN Clinical Reference Group (CRG) is the governance group for the CPCN and is representative of all regions, disciplines and ethnicities in this workforce. The CPCN CRG notes the Waitangi Tribunal’s WAI2575 report, in particular the updated Treaty principles (p27-36) of partnership, active protection, equity and options.  The CRG wishes to explore these principles and are particularly interested in recruiting Māori clinicians who would like to contribute to clinically and culturally safe IPV and CAN practice in Aotearoa New Zealand. 

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Applications close on Friday 12 April 2024.