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RANZCOG New Zealand 

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Te Kāhui Oranga ō Nuku

Te Kāhui Oranga ō Nuku (the New Zealand Committee) works in training and standards, engages with health sector stakeholders, responds to requests for submissions and nominations and works collaboratively on policy and clinical matters with the Council of Medical Colleges and other allied professional groups. 
 

He Hono Wāhine 

The focus of He Hono Wāhine, a subcommittee of Te Kāhui Oranga ō Nuku, is to work inclusively to improve health outcomes for Māori women and their babies. He Hono Wāhine provides outreach to Māori Fellows and trainees, cultural competence training, supports research on Māori women's health and provides cultural support for all Fellows and trainees, through tuakana teina and an annual hui.
 

More information

RANZCOG New Zealand Office 
Level 6, Featherston Tower
23 Waring Taylor Street
Wellington 6011, New Zealand
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Postal address:
PO Box 10611, The Terrace
Wellington 6143, New Zealand

Phone: +64 4 472 4608
Email: [email protected]

Staff

Manager: Catherine Cooper
Training Coordinator: Jude Kaveney
Events & SIMG Coordinator: Makiko Wimbush
Communications Coordinator: Lynn Gestro

Programs for NZ Fellows and trainees

News for NZ Fellows and Trainees

Specialist International Medical Graduates

Cultural Support

Mercia Barnes Trust

Committee members & meeting dates

MEDIA CENTRE

News

Working together to act on endometriosis

With new data confirming the prevalence of endometriosis in Australia, RANZCOG's work to develop guidelines to manage this complex disease is well underway.

20/09/2019

News

Bringing together the Pacific family

RANZCOG’s vision in global health is to improve the health of women and their families, particularly in our geographical region.

09/09/2019

Women's Health

Updated advice on Pertussis immunisation in pregnancy

Updated advice on timing of Pertussis immunisation in pregnancy in line with the Australian Immunisation Handbook 10th Edition (updated March 2019).

04/09/2019