The HSANZ Nurses’ Group (HSANZ-NG) was established in 2007. The group brings together specialist haematology nurses from Australia and New Zealand under the HSANZ umbrella, recognising continuing growth in the nursing stream at the HAA Annual Scientific Meetings and the increasing numbers of nurses wishing to join the Society.
Nurses working in all areas of haematology are encouraged to join HSANZ as Associate Nurse members.
Posted: 11 February 2015
The Myeloma Special Practice Network has published the following guidelines:
Published December 2017
Closing date: 22 May 2018
Download the Application
Who can apply?
This grant is open to all nurses who hold associate nurse membership of HSANZ at time of application.
What does the grant include?
One grant of $2500 to go towards expenses to attend EHA on the 14-17 June 2018.
The successful grant winner is responsible for all other associated costs and all logistics relating to attending the meeting.
Who is supporting this Grant?
This grant is supported by funds from HSANZ Nurses Group.
Guidelines/Criteria for applicants
For further information
Contact one of the following HSANZ NG committee members:
Sam Soggee or Elise Button.
Contact details and submission instructions
are available on the HSANZ NG EHA Travel Grant 2018 Application Form
Closing date: 22 May 2018
Download the Application
HSANZ - Nurses Group NSW (Newcastle)
Educational Dinner Event
Tuesday 10th April 2018
Cnr Shortland Esplanade and Zaara Street Newcastle
Registration from: 6pm
Dinner and presentations from 6.30pm
Topic: Non-Malignant Haematological Disorders
Case Studies: Non-Malignant Haematological Disorders
Presented by Dr Karan Makhija and Dr Harriet Ambrose (Advanced Trainee- Haematology)
Haemophilia: Past, Present and Future
Dr Ritam Prasad (Haematology Staff Specialist CMN)
Haemophilia and Bleeding Disorders for Nurses
Dale Rodney (CNC Haemophilia CMN)
HSANZ NG Members FREE.
Non-members $20. (Please pay at the door.)
Spaces for this exciting opportunity are strictly limited so please register early.
Please download the Meeting flyer for registration details.
Registrations close Friday 6th April 5pm.
Kindly supported by:
Gilead and MSD
ALL nurses and allied health professionals with an interest in haematology are WELCOME
FREE for current and new HSANZ Associate Nurses and CNSA members
$50 for non-members
Free Teleconference access
Teleconference access to the conference is available for people outside Brisbane free of charge.
To access this free service you will need to register. Please contact email@example.com to register.
HSANZ members who are not CNSA members please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register
HSANZ Membership $66 per year
CNSA Membership $180 per year
Biology & pathophysiology
Dr Emad Abro, Consultant Haematologist, PAH
Treatment in newly diagnosed multiple myeloma
A/Prof Peter Mollee , Consultant Haematologist, PAH
Treatment in relapsed refractory multiple myeloma and new therapies
Dr Nicholas Weber, Consultant Haematologist, RBWH
New clinical trial: nursing interventions to reduce pain associated with chemotherapy induced neuropathy
Amy Spooner, Nurse Researcher, QUT
Update on new HSANZ Myeloma Specialist Interest Group guidelines and resources
Carmel Woodrow, Multiple Myeloma CNC, PAH
New services: treating multiple myeloma closer to home
Jodie Marsh, Nurse Practitioner (Candidate), Townsville
Ron Middleton, CCC Haematology, Toowoomba
Leanne Stone, Director of Nursing, PAH
Carlie Nielsen, Director of Nursing, Mater Private
The HSANZ Nurses Group has signed
a Memorandum of Understanding with the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia
to establish a professional affiliation. The MOU articulates a relationship
based on a common commitment to optimise outcomes for the health care
of the community affected by cancer and for cancer control initiatives.
MOU HSANZ NG and CNSA (153KB)
Cancer Nurses Society of Australia 21st Annual Congress
Dates: 21-23 June 2018
Venue: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
Content Author (Haematology Nursing)
The eviQ team is recruiting a permanent full-time content author (haematology nursing).
eviQ content authors are responsible for the development of new eviQ content and periodic review of all existing eviQ content, ensuring that eviQ provides current and accurate evidence-based point-of-care cancer treatment information to cancer clinicians, patients and their carers for the Australian clinical context. eviQ content authors work closely with external clinicians, coordinating and facilitating eviQ Reference Committee meetings where clinicians discuss and debate eviQ content for approval and review and consensus must be reached.
If you have excellent clinical cancer skills and work well with clinical stakeholders, we need you!
The advertisement, role description and link to apply online can be found here:https://healthnswgov.referrals.selectminds.com/cinsw-int/jobs/content-author-eviq-nursing-10523
This role is based at the Cancer Institute Eveleigh, Sydney, NSW.
Applications Close 11:59pm 15 April 2018
The HSANZ Nurses Group Committee is made up of representatives from Australia and New Zealand. To contact anyone on the current committee please email: email@example.com and your message will be re-directed to the appropriate representative.
BMT Co-ordinator, RPAH Haematology
Nurse Unit Manager
Haematology Nurse Practitioner, MNP
|Transfusion Nurse Educator
Transfusion Medicine Service
| Clinical Nurse Manager: Haematology
Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
Nedlands WA 6009
Special Practice Network
|Nurse Practitioner, Acute BMT
Department of Clinical Haematology
Westmead NSW 2145
NZ (SI) Rep
NZ (NI) Rep
HSANZ-NG publishes a quarterly newsletter, which can be downloaded below.