Interventional Nurses Council
The Interventional Nurses Council (INC) is a council of the CSANZ with a direct affiliation with the Interventional Council.
The INC was established in 2011 and became an official council of the CSANZ in 2012. It was established as a result of a demand for formal representation of this nursing specialty.
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Aims of the Interventional Nurses Council:
- Represent interventional nurses’ on to CSANZ/IC and ANZET executives
- Advise/endorse on matters related to: Development of Programs of Practice, Research and Education in the Interventional Setting and Guideline and standards in these areas.
- Articulate Interventional Nursing as its own specialty in a rapidly evolving and dynamic environment
- Encourage and support opportunities for INC/CSANZ affiliates
To become affiliated with the INC, you must first join the CSANZ , please go to the CSANZ website (link http://www.csanz.edu.au/members/membership-benefits/) - for directions on how to join and make your primary affiliation with the INC. The Affiliate program within the ANZET meeting offers a great opportunity to update your knowledge, share your experiences and network with likeminded professionals.
INC Steering committee
|Sandi Graham||New Zealand|
|Shelley Hall||New Zealand|
|Jane Manson||New Zealand|