Health news articles
Kelly Talbot, a hard-working, straight talking Clinical Nurse Specialist at the Southern Cross Hospital in Rotorua and Student Nurse Educator at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology’s Rotorua campus, was recently awarded the NZ Nurses Organisation’s Young Nurse of the Year Award.
Due to a push for the industry to be better regulated, Toi Ohomai established level 4 and 5 Sterilising Technology courses, the first cohorts of which officially graduated in Rotorua last week.
A chance opportunity five years ago to attend a careers event with a friend opened the door for 21-year-old Katelyn London to become a Registered Nurse.
As New Zealand unites to recover from the impacts of COVID-19, Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology will be offering free courses in a range of high-demand industries.
A principal academic staff member at Toi Ohomai will be travelling to Minneapolis, United States, to attend the International Society of Clinical Densitometry’s (ISCD) 26th annual conference.
Receiving a Second Chance Education Award from the New Horizons for Women Trust helped Candice Donner overcome some major barriers to gain a Bachelor of Community Health from Toi Ohomai.