Gillian Martin, RN, PG Dip Health Sciences, University of Auckland
Gill has over 30 years nursing experience gained working both in New Zealand and in UK.
Her area of expertise is Radiology Nursing.
She has been Radiology Nurse Specialist at Auckland City Hospital for more than 10 years and has experience at working in all radiology modalities.
She is currently responsible for the Quality and Improvements aspects of Radiology Nursing which involves the writing of policy, procedures, guidelines and protocols for Radiology Nurses, and orientation and education for Nurses. She is also involved in education with Student Nurses at University of Auckland giving them an insight into radiology encounters for their patients.
She is an active member of the Perioperative Nurses College of New Zealand (NZNO) and has had articles published in their journal “The Dissector” and has presented at their annual conference on numerous occasions.
Gill is committed to the enhancement of quality in patient care through expert knowledge, advanced nursing practice and dedication to a model of nursing that has a patient centred focus.
All things Hepato-Biliary
When most people think about Interventional Radiology procedures they almost always hit the default button and go straight to angiography, legs , angioplasty and stenting, but there is far more to it than that.
For example, take the Liver and what can go wrong with it, not forgetting the rest of the Biliary Sytem.