The new College website - what you need to know
Our new website for Te Ao Māramatanga – New Zealand College of Mental Health Nurses is now live!
As a member, there are a few things you will need to be aware of. We have been able to migrate most of the membership information from our old website, however we will need you to go in to check your details, updating information where required, and also updating your password for the new website.
A good opportunity to take a look around and explore the exciting changes on this new site. Please follow the easy two-step process below to access your membership account:
1. Create a new password
You can create a new password by visiting the Member Login Page and clicking on the “Forgot your password?” link.
Follow the prompt and add your email address that is associated with your Member account. An email will be generated and sent to you with a reset link. If you don’t see the email in your inbox, please check your Spam or Junk Mail folder as it may have been filtered there by your mail server. Also add us to your ‘Approved Sender’ list within your email reader to ensure any future emails will go directly to your Inbox.
2. Check your Membership profile
Once you have reset your password and logged in as a member you can review any information in your account by clicking the “My Account” button at the top of the website, please update all missing information on your profile.
On your dashboard, navigate to the Member Info page where you can check and update any information that is currently on our system.
Further information If you require further assistance, please send an email to email@example.com.
Te Ao Māramatanga – New Zealand College of Mental Health Nurses
- Te Karere – December 2021, Issue 4
- Public Health Medicine Specialist/Medical Officer
- Māori Caucus Biennial online Wānanga 2021 – Thursday 25th November 2021
- Webinar video: Strategies for disrupting racism in nursing – available to members only
- Te Karere – October 2021, Issue 3
- Boosting vaccine uptake with tāngata whai ora – Equally Well – COVID19 Update
- Mark Smith – Programme Lead, Outcomes & Information at Te Pou
- Heather Casey – Registered Comprehensive Nurse who practices within Mental Health, Addictions and Intellectual Disability
- Watch College member, Steph Anderson, present the following helpful tips on having a conversation with the people we serve and their whanau/family
- Member Update 13 October 2021
- COLLEGE WEBINAR – 28 OCTOBER 2021: Strategies for distrupting rascism in Nursing
- 2021 Board Nominations: Formal letter to members
- Resources, and Approaches for Covid-19 conditions – August 2021
- Letter from the President of the College – August 2021
- The new College website – what you need to know
- Te Ao Māramatanga – Newsletter July 2021
- Dr Annette Kennedy, President of the International Council of Nurses, represent millions of health workers around the world.
- Vacancy: NURSE MANAGER – JARRAH HOUSE