This newsletter is an Immunisation Special and includes: 2022 Provisional Vaccinator Foundation Course (PVFC) COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy and in breastfeeding mothers COVID-19 vaccination in tamariki Maintaining routine childhood immunisations Questions from our website: Swaddling Celebration Corner: Nofoaga Faletolu (Tamariki Ora nurse, Ora Toa, Porirua)
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Please see enclosed, information on the following: Updated healthy eating guidelines for New Zealand babies and toddlers (0-2 years old) Looking for expert Māori voices on COVID-19 and the COVID-19 vaccinations to share with Māori whānau? Supporting communication for the COVID-19 vaccination programme Drive Smokefree for Tamariki Celebration Corner: Katrina Coleman (Whānau Āwhina Plunket), ACEs Study
Please see within this newsletter, information on: the WCTO Symposium Palmerston North the COVID-19 vaccination rollout and QnA perinatal depression—new video and campaign promoting quitting smoking—World Smokefree Day, 31 May the effects of exercise during pregnancy the Celebration Corner: Palmerston North Clinical Lead Nurse, Rachel Utikere.
Please see below updated dates from the earlier timetable posted in our newsletter about the Hāpai-led hui. If you have any questions or are concerned about the cost to attend these collective hui, please contact the Hāpai team to discuss support. Key contacts ▪ Tiana Matiu, 021 475 938, [email protected] ▪ Jason Alexander, 021 221 3213, [email protected] ▪ Selah Hart, 021 083 27944, [email protected]
This quarterly newsletter includes information about: the Power to Protect programme a study to prevent paracetamol poisoning in children (safe administration) World Breastfeeding Week events New Ministry of Health oral health initiative immunisation coverage and update (in brief) Celebration Corner: Rica Larkin, Tamariki Ora nurse, Te Puawaitanga ki Ōtautahi Trust, Christchurch upcoming events plus information on how to register for the WCTO Collective Hui and the SUDI Prevention Leads across Aotearoa Hui.
Please see in this newsletter, information about the new QuitStrong campaign, the provisional vaccinator foundation course, feedback on last November's WCTO Conference, and more....
See the November newsletter for information about SUDI, oral health and migrant and refugee families/whanau.
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.
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