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Telehealth is the term for the use of information and communication technologies to deliver health care when patients and care providers are not in the same physical location.

To be effective, telehealth relies on fast broadband internet services. Telehealth enables health professionals to diagnose illnesses and provide treatment without being in the room with the patient. Health care-related education, research and evaluation can also take place remotely. Telehealth has many benefits including…

During your hospital stay

COVID-19: Visitor policy in Alert Level 1
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Diabetes in Pregnancy

This informative workshop will provide Midwives and Nurses up to date information, regarding care for a woman with diabetes and her journey through Waikato DHB.

Gain understanding of the implication of diabetes in pregnancy, labour and postnatal for mother and baby.
Understand the protocols and applicable scenarios.
Gain understanding in the different types of insulin and equipment used in diabetes.
Dietary advice.

Presented by
Diabetes in Pregnancy team

Full day session (0830-1600)


May 2022

Summary of Consumer Council Meeting – May 2022

This month the Consumer Council heard about the work that is being undertaken by the Hamilton City Council regarding their Disability Plan that will provide links and information for the disabled community in relation to facilities and accessibility within the Hamilton area.  It also includes work that is being proposed within the Hamilton area for upgrading some facilities to be friendlier for the disabled community.  Waikato DHB is one of the par…

Nursing graduate programmes

Te Whatu Ora Waikato nurse entry to practice (NETP), nurse entry to specialty practice (NESP), and enrolled nurse support in practice (ENSIPP) programmes are a supported transition to the role of Registered Nurse (RN)/Enrolled Nurse (EN). We select new graduate nurses from New Zealand training centres through the ACE recruitment programme.

Step 3: Register your research online

… of Research Form and requirements for Māori consultation will be emailed to the primary contact for the project, along with an outline of the next steps and timeframes.
Send all relevant documentation (such as Ethics approval letter, protocol, patient information and consent sheets) to the Research Office (via email). 
Please feel free to contact us for advice on ethics requirements, finance requirements or other queries.
Legal templates for trial agreements and indemnities are also available f…


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The Library provides information resources and services to all Te Whatu Ora Waikato employees, to support excellence in patient care, education and research.

It also provides a range of services and resources, free of charge, to health professionals working in the Waikato region.

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