Asenati Lole-Taylor will be attending the 'Managing Pain Seminar For Pacific Communities' as the keynote speaker, which will be hosted by Arthritis New Zealand.
A New Zealand First Bill that would give all SuperGold cardholders three free doctors’ visits each year has been drawn from the Members Ballot today.
Asenati Lole-Taylor will be attending a presentation entitled 'Today's Research: Tomorrow's Health' which is part of the Health Research Roadshow as an invited guest.
The Government has a responsibility to regulate the sale and use of tattoo kits and substandard inks to help avoid serious health risks, says New Zealand First Health spokesperson Barbara Stewart.
New Zealand First says the Government initiative to shorten waiting lists from six months to four months has simply pushed people in pain below the radar for joint replacement surgery.
Maternity services are long overdue for a shakeup because of the lack of professional standards among midwives, says New Zealand First.
Asenati Lole-Taylor will be attending a presentation by Diabetes New Zealand titled 'Diabetes health innovations in New Zealand: good for patients, good for the economy'.
The Ministry of Health must start enforcing better standards in rest homes, says New Zealand First Health Spokesperson Barbara Stewart.
The Government is creating a health crisis by not employing enough nurses in public hospitals and aged care facilities, claims New Zealand First Health spokesperson, Barbara Stewart.