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Media statement - Māori Health Authority

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Kia ora colleagues

Please find attached a position statement that has been agreed by PSNZ leadership and a group of Council members re the Māori Health Authority.

We have chosen an approach which will not necessarily attract significant new media interest but is clear in its advocacy and desire for a constructive way forward.

Position statement - Maori Health Authority.pdf (156.8 KB)

29 May 2023
The Paediatric Society of New Zealand/Te Kāhui Mātai Arotamariki o Aotearoa is calling for greater action to reduce access to vapes for young people. Paediatrician Dr Colette Muir says, “The Society and my child health colleagues are extremely worried by the…
04 Apr 2023
Kia ora koutou For awareness: A third pertussis death – national response focusses on vaccination and early diagnosis In the past week public health services have been notified of another tragic death of an infant with confirmed pertussis infection. In response…
01 Apr 2023
The world’s first living guideline for autism has been developed in New Zealand/Aotearoa to provide advice on how to help autistic people live full and meaningful lives. Aotearoa New Zealand Autism Guideline – He Waka Huia Takiwātanga Rau is intended for use by…