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New NERF board of trustees meets.

The Nursing Education and Research Foundation's (NERF) new board of trustees met in early November The foundation, established in 1968, promotes and funds education and research opportunities for nurses. Its goals include support for research and education organised around identified priorities; financial assistance to nurses; and the development of the profession through helping nurses attain higher qualifications, to attend short courses or conferences or to travel nationally or overseas. NZNO staff assist with NERF's administrative and business activities.

The board, pictured at its November meeting, is back row (from left): business representative Alan Brown; NZNO Nursing Research Section representative Dianne Marshall; Te Runanga O Aotearoa NZNO chair Brenda Close; and NZNO president Marion Guy. Front row (from left): NERF Associates" representative Catherine Logan; NZNO representative Julia Cleaver; and NERF secretary Chris Millar. The lay representative on the board, Laures Park, was absent. NERF's patron is Lady Jocelyn Keith.
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Title Annotation:SECTOR REPORTS; Nursing Education and Research Foundation
Publication:Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:8NEWZ
Date:Dec 1, 2005
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