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New Zealand College of Midwives Journal
The latest paper of Journal 54 of the New Zealand College of Midwives Journal.
The paper is titled:
Recognising and responding to acutely deteriorating women in New Zealand maternity wards: A literature and environmental scan
We have also attached a research paper reflection tool designed by the Journal editorial board for midwives to use with New Zealand College of Midwives Journal papers.
Links to the paper and the reflection tool will also be available on the College website at: https://www.midwife.org.nz/midwives/publications/college-journal/
We hope you enjoy reading this paper and please remember that you can search the New Zealand Midwifery Research Database for a comprehensive index of midwifery research undertaken in New Zealand:
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Te Aroha a Hine: Maori Midwifery Workforce
Te Aronga a Hine was a collaborative between Nga Maia, Te Rau Ora and Counties Manukau Health supported by the Ministry of Health (Workforce) that was focused on building the evidence base to inform the workforce required to centre on the health needs of Wahine Māori and their whānau.
These reports were the final two steps to understanding the Māori midwifery landscape. It provides evidence with the qualitative descriptions, views, and Mātauranga (knowledge) from Māori māma and Māori midwives who have experienced the maternity care system in New Zealand and who also come with knowledge from the past which has shaped their outlook of maternity care today.
Whaia te Aronga a Nga Kaiwhakawhānau Māori
Te Aronga a Hine - Ngā Māmā
Letter regarding Lapsing of Inactive Authorisation to Claim under Section 88
Please find attached letter from Gina Anderson-Lister, Acting Group Manager for the Community Health System Improvement and Innovation.
This letter is regarding lapsing of inactive authorisation to claim under Section 88 Primary Maternity Section Notice 207 in January 2021.
Vladimira Smith, Administrator
Lapsing of Inactive Authorisation to Claim under Section 88
PMMRC recently published infographic following Covid-19 lockdown
Kia ora koutou
Please follow this link to see the recently published infographic developed by the PMMRC. The need for these reminders were identified by maternity specialists who reviewed maternal deaths that occurred in Aotearoa New Zealand during the COVID-19 lockdown in the first half of 2020.r t
Please feel free to print copies and/or distribute to your networks.
Ngā mihi nui
National Coordinator - PMMRC
Health Quality & Safety Commission
DDI: 04 901 6076
Cell: 021 531 289