Trigger Warning: violence, violence against women, sexual assault, homicide
World Antimicrobial Awareness Week ends tomorrow, and the 2022 campaign is 'Antibiotic Amnesty' - a call for old antibiotics to be returned to the pharmacy in order to reduce antibiotic resistance.
Trans Awareness Week: Spotlight on our project team working in Nelson Marlborough, plus a community-led health survey and resources
In honour of Trans Awareness Week, we're spotlighting a team who are working together to assess the current health pathways and experiences for non-binary, transgender and/or gender-diverse people in the...
Today marks another milestone for our New Zealand health reform as we are pleased to announce the official release of Te Pae Tata | interim New Zealand Health Plan.
Te Pae Tata has been developed to outline what Te What Ora will do differently over the next two years to build the foundations of a sustainable and affordable, unified health system to better serve our communities.
Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand’s chief executive Margie Apa says the report from the Planned Care Taskforce, released today, represents long term and lasting differences to the way...
The Nelson Marlborough Health Protection team led forty-one attendees from fifteen different organisations in a COVID-19 Cruise Ship Exercise with the aim of strengthening lines of communication and preparing for a busy cruise season.
Osteoporosis New Zealand urge Kiwis to prevent life-threatening future fractures by getting to know their bones a little better.
Health Care Assistant Apprenticeships prove an appealing path into healthcare at Motueka Career Fair
Learn about Health Care Assistant apprentices: on-the-job training for a career in health that can lead to higher-level roles in nursing, midwifery, and social work.
Te Whatu Ora Health New Zealand Nelson Marlborough Health Protection Operations Manager Sonya Briggs says a Controlled Purchase Operation was conducted in the Richmond/Hope/Appleby area recently – and all retailers passed the test.
"Words are so inefficient sometimes. How can two small words adequately convey my admiration, respect and thankfulness for the work you all do?