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Have you got your Health Passport yet?

NEWS: 3 Apr 2014, Partners in Care

Health passports contain information you want people to know about the way you communicate and like to be supported. This may include details regarding allergies, general disability-related information, or your preferred method of communication.

ALERT: Transdermal patches

PUBLICATION: 26 Sep 2019, Medication Safety

Purpose: To highlight the risks associated with the use of transdermal patches (both from the medicine and the delivery system).

Minnie Baragwanath, CE of Be. Accessible, talks to Radio NZ

NEWS: 29 Aug 2012, Partners in Care

In this Radio NZ interview Minnie Baragwanath shares her story about living with visual impairment and her mission, as the Chief Executive of Be.Accessible, to create a world where every person, building and community is truly accessible.

Report looks at deadly impacts of alcohol on children and young people

MEDIA RELEASE: 7 Sep 2011, Child & Youth Mortality Review Committee

A new report highlights the strong contribution of alcohol to the dramatic increase in the rate of death by injury after the age of fifteen, with many young people becoming victims of their own drinking or the drinking of others.

Reminder of deadly impact of alcohol on children

MEDIA RELEASE: 22 Mar 2012, Child & Youth Mortality Review Committee

A conference on the impact of alcohol on babies and children is a timely reminder that every child needs a sober caregiver, says the Chair of the Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee (CYMRC).

International Alliance of Patients’ Organisations (IAPO)

PUBLICATION: 20 Feb 2012

International Alliance of Patients’ Organisations (IAPO) is a unique global alliance representing patients of all nationalities across all disease areas and promoting patient-centred healthcare around the world.

Report looks at deadly impacts of alcohol on children and young people

NEWS: 7 Sep 2011, Child & Youth Mortality Review Committee

A new report highlights the strong contribution of alcohol to the dramatic increase in the rate of death by injury after the age of fifteen, with many young people becoming victims of their own drinking or the drinking of others.