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Useful Links


Gathered here are a collection of links, publications and resources on youth

health and development.


Society of Youth Health Aotearoa New Zealand (SYHPANZ)
SYPHANZ endorses the National Youth Health Nursing Knowledge and Skills Framework in the promotion of best practice for those working with young people. This framework not only provides a professional career pathway for nurses working with youth to follow but also a guideline for employers – like schools – about the range of services that suitably qualified registered nurses can provide to young people. The development of this framework is an important document for the continuing growth of an experienced and well trained youth-focused nursing workforce, a nursing workforce with the ability to support and enhance the potential of young New Zealanders to become productive and contributing members of society. We encourage the utilisation of this framework which is available to download here. For further information on SYPHANZ please view our website or email us. 

Ara Taiohi
http://www.arataiohi.org.nz/about-us
Supporting people who work with young people, and thereby enhance youth development so that young people thrive and our kaupapa is for the wellbeing of taiohi and the people who support them.

Society of Youth Health Professionals Aotearoa New Zealand (SYHPANZ)
https://syhpanz.wildapricot.org/
SYHPANZ addresses the needs of doctors, nurses and allied health professionals working within the youth health scope of practice in New Zealand.

International Association for Adolescent Health
http://www.iaah.org/
The IAAH is a multidisciplinary, non-government organization with a broad focus on youth health. IAAH was established in 1987 and is committed to the principles of youth empowerment in all aspects of its affairs and supports the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989). Our goal at present is to become an organization which encourages and fosters National Youth Health organizations.

 



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