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29 October, 2021
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Letter to Ministers Chris Hipkins and Andrew Little

The New Zealand Medical Association has become aware that the group of doctors and other health prof…

12 October, 2021
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NZMA welcomes health worker vaccination decision

The announcement that healthcare workers must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 is welcome and im…

12 October, 2021
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Rainbow community faces discrimination, inequities in healthcare

Many members of the Rainbow/Takatāpui community feel uncomfortable and discriminated against when en…

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26 January, 2022

Transforming our Mental Health Law
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21 January, 2022

Budget Policy Statement 2022
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07 December, 2021

Pae Ora (Healthy Futures) Bill
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The Principal Scientific Journal for the Profession in New Zealand

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The next phase in Aotearoa New Zealand’s COVID-19 response: a tight suppression strategy may be the best option

In this editorial, we consider the implications of the New Zealand Government’s shift away from a national COVID-19 elimination strategy.

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Access to primary care services using public transport in Ōtautahi Christchurch

Public transport plays a vital role in improving access to healthcare, particularly for people who do not have access to a car.

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Navigating the health system during COVID-19: primary care perspectives on delayed patient care

The study surveyed over 160 New Zealand general practitioners, practice nurses and nurse practitioners over a period of 16 weeks from May last year, examining how they dealt with the pandemic-induced change to healthcare delivery.

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