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Resources for food-related choking in young children

PUBLICATION: 29 Oct 2012, Child & Youth Mortality Review Committee

Resources from the Ministry of Health and Health Education New Zealand on healthy and safe eating practices for babies and young children.

Review of the national mortality review programme

NEWS: 4 Jul 2012

The Commission is reviewing the national mortality review programme (NZMRP). Independent consultants MartinJenkins have been contracted to lead the review. The review is being conducted between June and December 2012.

Eminent surgeon to lead new trauma network

NEWS: 23 May 2012, National Trauma Network

Mr Ian Civil has been appointed Network Clinical Leader of a new Major Trauma National Clinical Network. The new network aims to ensure that the very best level of care is provided consistently across New Zealand to severely injured people.

First meeting of the Cancer Consumer Representative Advisory Group

NEWS: 23 May 2012, Partners in Care

The inaugural meeting of the Cancer Consumer Representative Advisory Group was held in March. The group has been set up to provide advice on the support, recruitment, development and training for cancer consumer representatives across the cancer spectrum.

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Health Literacy: From discussion to action conference

EVENT: 1 May 2012, Partners in Care

New Zealand's first conference focussing solely on health literacy. The conference has been organised by Workbase and includes keynote speaker Dr Rima Rudd from the Harvard School of Public Health.

Child Cycling Injury Prevention Workshops, April to June

NEWS: 20 Mar 2012, Child & Youth Mortality Review Committee

Safekids New Zealand invites community groups and organisations across the country with an interest in child injury prevention, to attend its free workshops focusing on ‘Child Cycling Injury Prevention’ and ‘Safety Out & About’.

Ministry of Health

PUBLICATION: 31 Jan 2012

The Government's principal advisor on health and disability: improving, promoting and protecting the health of all New Zealanders.