A voice for women's health

The Auckland Women’s Health Council is a voluntary organisation of individual women and women’s groups who have an interest in and commitment to women’s health issues. The organisation was formed in 1988 to provide a voice on women’s health issues in the Auckland region.

The Council has a special interest in patient rights, informed consent and decision-making in health care, health consumer advocacy, the Code of Health Consumers’ Rights, the National Cervical Screening Programme, and ethics – issues that were highlighted during the Inquiry into the treatment of cervical cancer at National Women’s Hospital in 1987-88 and in the recommendations contained in the report known as the Cartwright Report.
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Hearing the stories of those harmed by surgical mesh
The Government is asking people to register their interest in sharing their surgical mesh experiences, in order to improve patient safety in the future.
Go to the MoH webpage to learn more and complete the survey - you have until the 18th of January 2019 to have your say.

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Health and Disability Ethics Committee meetings:
Northern A: 20 November, Novotel Ellerslie, Auckland
Northern B: 6 November, Novotel Ellerslie, Auckland
Central: 27 November, MoH, 133 Molesworth Street, Wellington
Southern: 13 November, Sudima Hotel, Christchurch

Waitematā District Health Board meeting: 14 November, Level 1, 15 Shea Tce, Takapuna
Auckland District Health Board meeting: 7 November, A+ Trust Room, Level 5, Auckland City Hospital
Counties Manukau District Health Board meeting: 12 December, Ko Awatea, Middlemore Hospital

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