Posted on 06 November 2017 | Posted in News | Author: Rebecca Watkin
Rebecca Watkin, NZ Registered Dietitian, (Associate of OHS) shares her highlight of the November 2017 Australian Association of Gerontology Conference
Posted on 30 September 2017 | Posted in Events | Author: Darshan Patel
Kaye Dennison will be presenting at the upcoming Pressure Injury Prevention Event at Waitakere Hospital on the 28th of October 2017
Posted on 24 August 2017 | Posted in Events | Author: Darshan Patel
Optimize Health Solutions will be joining the NZ Moving and Handling Association on a 4 center national road show.
Posted on 29 December 2016 | Posted in News | Author: Rebecca Watkin for OHS
With the help and support of Optimize Health Solutions, I was able to travel to Linz, Austria to compete in the 23rd Senior World Karate Championships. Now, I share with you some of the things that karate has helped me with or taught me that are applicable in everyday and working life – the “transferable skills”.
Posted on 16 February 2016 | Posted in Coaching and Mentoring | Author: Rebecca Watkin for OHS
Are you a new graduate dietitian needing a helping hand into the work force? Through her own experience, Kaye can coach you on how to stand out from the crowd when applying and interviewing for your first dietetics role.
Posted on 11 October 2015 | Posted in Coaching and Mentoring | Author: Rebecca Watkin for OHS
Are you a soon–to-be dietetic student (or are you hoping to be at least) trying to get into a limited entry programme? Well, we are here to tell you how OHS can help!
Posted on 27 September 2015 | Posted in News | Author: Rebecca Watkin for OHS
Kaye has presented at a number of workshops recently on nutrition risk screening for older adults. It has been great to read through some of the feedback from those who attended. So great in fact, we thought we’d share some of the highlights.
Posted on 18 August 2015 | Posted in Coaching and Mentoring | Author: Rebecca Watkin for OHS
Have you thought about getting some career support or professional supervision? Kaye’s knowledge experience and current involvement in health service change management means she is able to provide allied health professionals with personalised services.
Posted on 26 July 2015 | Posted in News | Author: Rebecca Watkin for OHS
Healthcare just isn’t sexy. As much as those in the business hate to say it, the simple fact of the matter is it’s true. That’s where Kaye Dennison comes in. She’s not afraid of a challenge, and she’s here to shake things up a little.