Ministry of Health newsletters

The Ministry publishes a range of regular newsletters.

Diabetes Update

A bi-monthly newsletter introducing new people, projects and progress in the world of diabetes health.


Disability Support Services newsletter

Latest updates for the health and disability sector on the work of Disability Support Services.


Grey Matter newsletter

Grey Matter is compiled by the Ministry of Health Library and provides access to a selection of the most recent NGO, Think Tank, and International Government reports that are relevant to the health context.


Health and Disability NGO Newsletter

Monlthly update from the Ministry’s Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) desk.


HealthCERT Bulletin

A quarterly newsletter that provides users and providers of certified health services with updates, research and information to help answer commonly asked questions.


HIIRC Digest

Fortnightly update on the latest health research.


Kotahi te Tīma - Ministry of Health sector updates

Keeping the health sector updated about news and updates from the Ministry.


Mental Health & Addicition update

The latest information on our work to implement the Government’s response to He Ara Oranga: The report of the Mental Health Inquiry and other priority projects.


National Bowel Screening Programme update

Monthly updates on the National Bowel Screening Programme.


National Cancer Programme update

The latest information about key areas of our work on the National Cancer Programme.


National Enrolment Service update

Updates on the National Enrolment Service transition and implementation.


Office of the Chief Nurse sector update

Easy access to information on nursing initiatives.


Screening Matters

Screening Matters is the on-line newsletter of the National Screening Unit.

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  • Kotahi te Tīma - One Team is a monthly email update for Ministry of Health stakeholders, covering the Ministry’s work programme, important health sector issues and providing links to Ministry resources and consultations. Read more
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