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Why Behavioural Change Communication is Core Nursing Business
Presented by Barbara Docherty, Director, TADS (Training and Development Services) Behavioural Health
Barbara Docherty is a former practice nurse and has led the TADS Behavioural Health training program for the past 16 years. Barbara is currently an Honorary Clinical Lecturer in the School of Nursing at the University of Auckland and has recently completed her Masters in Nursing. She is a current Board member of the New Zealand Health Promotion Agency and a member of the New Zealand Lottery Health Research Committee.