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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:

https://legacy.midwife.org.nz/research-search?mode=JDMRC

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MPI Consultation on Folic Acid Fortification for Food

 

The Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) wishes to inform you that we are currently consulting on proposals to fortify food with folic acid to further reduce neural tube defects in pregnancies.  

More information about this proposal and how to make a submission is available in the attached letter. If you have any questions, please feel free to reply to this email address: Food.Policy@mpi.govt.nz

Warm regards

Matthew Zhong | Policy Analyst

Folic Acid Consultation Letter

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