Vacancies on the Ethics Committee on Assisted Reproductive Technology [closed]

3 Dec 2014 | Partners in Care

Nominations/applications closed 24 December 2014.


The Ethics Committee on Assisted Reproductive Technology (ECART) is established under the Human Assisted Reproductive Technology Act 2004. Its purpose is to consider, determine and review applications for assisted reproductive procedures or human reproductive research.

On behalf of the Minister of Health, the Ministry of Health is currently seeking applications/nominations for community/consumer representatives.

Please note that applicants for this position must not have been a health practitioner, involved in health research, or been associated with an assisted reproductive or human research provider within the last three years. If you are in doubt, please contact appointments@moh.govt.nz to determine your eligibility.

To nominate someone, or apply yourself, please provide: 

  • a declaration form for the position, completed by the nominee
  • a covering letter, detailing the nominee’s experience that is relevant to ECART and why the position is of interest to them
  • a copy of the nominee’s CV.

Nominations/applications close Wednesday, 24 December 2014. The declaration form and ECART terms of reference are available on the Ministry of Health website. 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email appointments@moh.govt.nz.

Last updated 25/09/2015