Conferences and Events

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Coming Events

The NZCCCN Annual meeting

20 May 2022

We would usually hold our Annual General Meeting at the New Zealand ANZICS conference in March/April each year. Due to the unpredictability of covid-19, and the uncertainty of the ANZICS conference for 2022, we have decided to move to an online replacement for our AGM. 

Please find the attached call for committee nominations, remits and rule changes. After the closing date of 1st April 2022 we will email out again with further details, reports for you to read, voting details etc and you can participate in voting using a survey monkey format. 

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to email us at

New Zealand College of Critical Care Nurses Study day


“When things go South”

New dates to be confirmed

For more events visit the NZNO calendar

Past Events

The NZCCCN Annual meeting (AM) and Education Session

30 March 2021
9.00 - 11.00am
Virtual AM and Education presentations


Education Session Presentations

He Korowai Oranga – Megan Stowers, RN & Maori Support Nurse, Waikato ICU
The meeting of Cultural needs during COVID restrictions and the creation of the Maori Support Nurse Role

Leona Dann, specialist patient safety, Health Quality & Safety Commission
Resilient systems in healthcare

ANZICS New Zealand Regional Annual Scientific Meeting 2020

“A 2020 Vision of our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care”

March 2020

NZ Regional ANZICS Meeting 2019

"Pass Forward your ICU"

April 2019

NZ Regional ANZICS Meeting 2018

"Size does matter"

April 2018

2nd Structural Heart Disease Asia Pacific Symposium

June 2017

Symposium website:

NZ Regional ANZICS Meeting 2017

“more and more of less and less”

April 2017

Advertise educational opportunities

How to advertise here

NZCCCN is able to advertise educational events, of interest to critical care nursing.

If you would like to advertise your study days, lectures, courses or papers on this site, please contact the NZCCCN Secretary with the following details:

  • Name of seminar, lecture or paper
  • The date or dates
  • Location
  • Contact/booking details
  • Weblinks
  • Cost involved

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