3rd September, 2019
2 September 2019 Dear member New Zealand College of Midwives Advisory for Midwives: Measles Outbreak As you will be aware parts of New Zealand are currently experiencing a measles outbreak. We understand that midwives…
30th August, 2019
Plunket and the College of Midwives are pleased the Government has so emphatically put the wellbeing of our children and whānau front and centre of its plans. Both are applauding the clear focus on family and whānau wellbeing, and specifically reducing inequity of outcomes for whānau.
22nd July, 2019
Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Aotearoa invites you to the 2019 PADA Seminar Series Whanganui – 16 October For more information please click here.
5th July, 2019
The New Zealand College of Midwives has elected its first Māori president, Nicole Pihema.
4th July, 2019
Media Release 4 July 2019 The New Zealand College of Midwives Members Have Voted in a New President Nicole Pihema of Ngāpuhi and Te Rarawa descent is the first Māori President, and is currently the…
1st July, 2019
Pharmac have announced that from 1 July 2019 funding of the pertussis (whooping cough) vaccine will include pregnant women in the second and third trimester of their pregnancy, as well as parents or primary caregivers of infants admitted to a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit or Specialist Care Baby Unit for more than 3 days.
29th June, 2019
At a time when parts of New Zealand and some DHB’s are struggling to recruit, numbers provided by the regulatory body, the Midwifery Council, show that at the end of April this year, 3171 midwives had APC’s, that’s 102 more than in 2018.