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Masters at caring and healing

The nurses are pictured at the celebration held last week with Waikato DHB director of nursing and midwifery Sue Hayward (centre) and are (from left) Karen Nixey, Claire Notman, Sally Newell, Deborah Trail, Asmitha Patchay and Naomi Fergusson. Not pictured are Maggie Rainbow and Christine Lynne Baker.

The nurses at the celebration held last week with Waikato DHB director of nursing and midwifery Sue Hayward (centre) and are (from left) Karen Nixey, Claire Notman, Sally Newell, Deborah Trail, Asmitha Patchay and Naomi Fergusson.
Not pictured are Maggie Rainbow and Christine Lynne Baker.

Waikato District Health Board recently celebrated eight of its registered nurses who received their Masters’ degrees in 2012 and 2013.

These nurses were supported to attain the qualification by Health Workforce New Zealand, who provides the funding to Waikato DHB for registered nurses to complete the study.

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