OCH and OP Clinical Practice Partnership
Ms Hogarth and Pam Thompson, Clinical Placement Coordinator, arrived at the Hospice on Tuesday 29th of March with the new sign, which formally acknowledges our collaboration with the Otago Polytechnic.
"We have been working alongside Otago Polytechnic for a number of years now, providing both teaching in the nursing programme and clinical placements, so it is wonderful to have that visually represented at the entrance to our building," says Ginny.
The Hospice also works in partnership with Otago Polytechnic's School of Occupational Therapy and is a Clinical Teaching Facility for the University of Otago.
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