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Subject matter experts  for mortality review

Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission has appointed subject matter experts for their specialist knowledge across the National Mortality Review Committee’s initial workstream areas.  

Most were members of previous mortality review committees before 1 July 2023. 

Note: * indicates people who also participate in Ngā Pou Arawhenua – a caucus of Māori members of the National Mortality Review Committee and Māori subject matter experts.  

Child and youth mortality review

  • Linda Bowden
  • Dr Rebecca Hayman
  • Lorraine Hoult (ex officio – Oranga Tamariki)
  • Dr Tim Jelleyman (ex officio – Ministry of Health)
  • Fale Andrew Lesā
  • Dr Alayne Mikahere-Hall*
  • Dr Colette Muir
  • Dr Matthew Reid
  • Dr Rob Thomson

Perinatal and maternal mortality review

  • Robin Cronin
  • Dr Liza Edmonds*
  • Dr Rose Elder
  • Denis Grennell*
  • Claire MacDonald
  • Dr John Tait (ONZM)

Perioperative mortality review

  • Dr Kerry Gunn
  • Associate Professor Jason Gurney*
  • Professor Andrew Hill
  • Nicki Macklin

Family violence death review

  • Dr Nicola Atwool
  • Dianne Cooze*
  • Mark Henaghan
  • Dr Michael Roguski*
  • Shayne Walker*
Published: 17 Aug 2023 Modified: 14 Mar 2024