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Speech - Turia: Launch Of The Crohns And Colitis New Zealand

Speech - Turia: Launch Of The Crohns And Colitis New Zealand

Fellow MPs - Dr Jackie Blue; Hon Ruth Dyson and Associate Minister of Health, Hon Peter Dunne.

Representatives of Abbot; advocacy groups; whanau and families, and people living with the impact of Crohns and Colotis disease.

Blood Thinning Drug To Be Managed By Pharmacists

Toolbar Reply Reply to All Forward Move Delete Close Previous Item Next Item Close Content Area PR: Tony Ryall - Blood thinning drug to be managed by pharmacists Antony Byers (MIN) [Antony.Byers@parliament.govt.nz] Sent: Wednesday, 28 July 2010 4:05 p.m.

Guidelines Needed For Unregulated Health Workers

Guidelines Needed For Unregulated Health Workers

Nurses want national guidelines on the use of unregulated health care workers who work in the community, including in general practices.

Taumarunui Gets The Message From CEO

Taumarunui Gets The Message From CEO

Waikato District Health Board chief executive Craig Climo says he wants to see more action out in the rural communities towards a more joined up health workforce.

Rakon: Record Month For NZ

Rakon: Record Month For NZ

Rakon (NZX: RAK) has announced that it expects to ship a record volume of over 6.5 million units from its Auckland factory this month, with potential to increase that by 20% by October.

More Support Needed For Breastfeeding Mums

More Support Needed For Breastfeeding Mums

Thousands of New Zealand mums are not breastfeeding because they don't get enough help, according to the country's leading breastfeeding support group.

Conference Tackles Tough Chestnuts

The need to first build functional clinical teams discussing patient care, and then later make systems changes, was a theme shared by keynote speakers at the opening of the World Health Care Networks Conference in Auckland today [22 July].

Feedback On Better Sooner More Convenient Primary Health Care Plan

Feedback On Better Sooner More Convenient Primary Health Care Plan

Response to BSMC feedback from the Steering Group: We thank those people who took the time to respond to the 'Better, Sooner, More Convenient' (BSMC) plan.

We acknowledge the points raised, and below provide a summary of our response to the feedback received.

Comment: Telstra Plans Launch Of E-health Cloud Services

Comment: Telstra Plans Launch Of E-health Cloud Services

Telstra and the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) announced the signing of an agreement to work together to launch e-health applications on a web-hosted service platform.

Green GP Survey Shows Medical Certificates An Unworkable Sick Joke

Green GP Survey Shows Medical Certificates An Unworkable Sick Joke

After ringing 40 GPs nationwide it appears National's policy of requiring medical certificates for only one day's sick leave is simply unworkable, said Green Party Co-leader Dr Russel Norman.

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