This month's newsletter includes information about our upcoming 1-day symposium and 2-day Conference, perinatal mental health, oral health, vaccination messages that may be used to suport dialogue with other health care professionals and whanau, and more.
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Newsletter #19 includes information about WCTO services during COVID-19, influenza vaccination for healthcare workers and the new Provisional Vaccinator Training Course and .
See within for information: Ministry update on the WCTO review Preventing sunburn Rotavirus in New Zealand Influenza protection
In this newsletter, read about: upcoming changes to the Immunisation Schedule; guidance on screen time; National Safe Sleep Day; and a new online oral health course for WCTO providers.
See within, for information on a new autism assessment tool, vaping website and online courses, as well as information about MMR vaccination for Auckland children.
In this newsletter: Measles outbreak update World Smokefree Day (31 May) Unflued gas heaters Well Child Tamariki Ora review update and details of upcoming symposia
In this newsletter, see information about Well Child Tamariki Ora Week (March 4-10, 2019), including that about the B4 School Check and immunisations for 4-year-olds.
In this newsletter: Health Professionals survey reminder (for authorised vaccinators or nurses in general practice) Notification of Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy workshops, this month National Safe Sleep Day information (+ Media tips and template) The Ministry of Health growth chart recommendation for children and new online BMI calculator
The August newsletter looks at how to talk to whānau about immunisation. It also includes an update about MMR vaccines, and in brief, talks about oral health and keeping antibiotics working.
Newsletter #11 contains an important reminder from the Ministry of Health about the deadline for worker safety checking under the Vulnerable Children Act; news from Inland Revenue about the new Families Package; and in brief, looks revisits healthcare workers and the influenza vaccine, portable gas heaters and fire alarms.