Closed Consultations

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  • Annual DEOG Governance Survey 2022

    Whilst we a completing an annual report for the DE programme we thought it was timely to provide DEOG members with the opportunity to offer comments, views and suggestions about governance. The following 21 questions cover the areas of; governance performance, risk management, operations, DEOG meetings, DEOG membership, the DEOG TOR and a section for general comments. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. This survey will take 10-15 minutes to complete and... More
    Closed 8 July 2022
  • iGPS Webinar Sessions Feedback

    The interim Government Policy Statement (iGPS) webinar series attendee feedback survey More
    Closed 1 July 2022
  • Digital Enablement Programme Survey June 2022

    The Digital Enablement Programme is committed to providing opportunities where you can provide your feedback. We want to know about your experience and perspectives on the support you received from the programme during the delivery of your project. Knowing what worked well and what can be improved helps us adapt, change and design accordingly. We are particularly interested in what you initially planned and how this may have changed during the project. Understanding why... More
    Closed 30 June 2022
  • Cervical Screening & Primary Care Capacity

    As COVID-19 and other pressures continue to impact our health sector, the National Cervical Screening Programme (NCSP) wants your input to determine how cervical screening is being affected in primary care, specifically with regards to sector capacity. COVID-19 has impacted screening rates for all populations, but wāhine Māori and Pacific peoples have been inequitably affected. As people working in the health system, we share a vision of equitable screening programmes, where all... More
    Closed 30 June 2022
  • Survey – Resources for cervical screening participants and their whānau

    From July 2023, the primary test for cervical screening will change to a human papillomavirus (HPV) test. Self-testing with clinical oversight will be an option for all participants. This survey aims to build on knowledge and resources, and input gathered previously, in order to determine what resources (pamphlets, web pages and other materials) for participants and their whānau will be required for the transition to HPV Primary Screening. To gather initial requirements for this... More
    Closed 22 June 2022
  • Proposed addition to the schedule of the Medicines (Designated Pharmacist Prescribers) Regulations 2013

    Overview The Ministry of Health (the Ministry) invites submissions on proposed additions to the schedule of specified prescription medicines for designated pharmacist prescribers. The Ministry, on behalf of the Director-General, must consult with those people or organisations that may be affected by a change to the schedules before making a legal change by Gazette notice. The Ministry is doing a joint consultation, in partnership with the Pharmacy Council. This submission... More
    Closed 22 May 2022
  • HIU SharePoint Training Survey

    This survey is to assess the effectiveness of the SharePoint training in the Health Infrastructure Unit. More
    Closed 13 May 2022
  • Review of Radiation Safety Fees and Regulations

    The Review of Radiation Safety Fees and Regulations sets out proposals to amend the Radiation Safety Regulations 2016 (the Regulations), including significant increases to application fees for radiation safety authorisations, minor amendments to existing exemptions and setting out the fees payable in a simple format. This consultation is designed to provide sufficient information and time for people who are affected by the Regulations to make an informed contribution to... More
    Closed 29 April 2022
  • Proposed warning and advisory statement relating to the harm of opioid abuse, misuse, and dependence

    This Medsafe consultation proposes a new warning and advisory statement for the opioid class of medicines. The statement would be included in the Label Statements Database (LSD), which lists the warning and advisory statements that are required on medicines and related products package labels. Opioid medicines are prescription medicines used to relieve moderate to severe acute pain and can also be used in palliative care. Most opioid medicines are also classified as controlled... More
    Closed 4 April 2022
  • ACT-NOW Data Standard

    The New Zealand Cancer Action Plan | Te Mahere mō te Mate Pukupuku o Aotearoa 2019-2029 provides a pathway to improve cancer outcomes for all New Zealanders with the objectives of building a system that delivers consistent and modern cancer care, equitable cancer outcomes, fewer cancers and better cancer survival, supportive care and end of life care. The Anti-Cancer Therapy – Nationally Organised Workstreams (ACT-NOW) programme was launched in 2018 with the aim to develop a... More
    Closed 31 March 2022
  • Proposed Vaccinating Health Worker Role - Survey

    The Ministry of Health invites input from the health and disability sector into a proposed change to the Medicines Regulations 1984. The change involves expanding the scope of the COVID-19 Vaccinator Workforce into a new Vaccinating Health Worker role. This role could add significant value in supporting vaccination teams across the motu by administering a range of vaccines to people aged 12 and up or school-based vaccines to ages 11 and up. Please see the attached resources... More
    Closed 18 February 2022
  • Transforming Mental Health Law in New Zealand

    We are transforming Aotearoa New Zealand’s approach to mental health and addiction, so that people can get the support they need, when and where they need it. Ensuring we have fit for purpose legislation is one part of this transformation. He Ara Oranga: Report of the Government Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction recommended repealing and replacing the Mental Health Act with legislation that “reflects a human rights-based approach, promotes supported... More
    Closed 28 January 2022
  • Public Health Workforce survey

    Kia ora. This survey is a joint collaboration between the Public Health Association and the Ministry of Health, aimed at those who work or volunteer in Public Health in Aotearoa. It aims to gather data on the Public Health workforce for use in workforce planning. The survey is anonymous, and your answers are confidential. It will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Please feel free to share as widely as possible amongst public health networks. Thank you. More
    Closed 21 December 2021
  • HISO 10094:2021 Māori Descent and Iwi Affiliation Data Protocols

    Download and read the Iwi affiliation data protocols - 22 September 2021 The protocols describe procedures for the standardised collection, recording and output of Māori descent and iwi affiliation data for the New Zealand health and disability system. This document is consistent with the Iwi Statistical Standard and Classification published by Stats NZ (statistical standard) and outlines a new set of minimum standards that apply across the health and disability system to all... More
    Closed 6 December 2021
  • NFC tag trial 2021 - Disability Services Newsletter

    NFC tags are being trialled at Victoria University and several businesses to understand whether using tap-to-scan technology would make it easier to scan and encourage more people to use the NZ COVID Tracer. More
    Closed 14 November 2021
  • Proposed warning and advisory statements relating to the harm of long-term use and overuse of stimulant laxatives

    This Medsafe consultation proposes warning and advisory statements for stimulant laxatives. Stimulant laxatives are either general sale or pharmacy-only medicines. This means these medicines can sometimes be purchased without advice from a healthcare professional. It also means there is no requirement for these medicines to have a data sheet or consumer medicine information leaflet. Consumers may therefore be unaware of the harm associated with long-term use or overuse of... More
    Closed 8 November 2021
  • Changes to COVID-19 legislation

    The COVID-19 Public Health Response Amendment Bill (No 2) 2021 proposes a range of changes to the COVID-19 Public Health Response Act 2020. These reflect what we've learnt over the last year to improve the Act. For further information about the Amendment Bill, visit COVID-19 Public Health Response Amendment Bill (No 2) 2021 . More
    Closed 11 October 2021
  • Consultation on the Draft Strategy to Prevent and Minimise Gambling Harm

    Harm from gambling is a significant public health issue for our communities, and to individuals, families and whānau, but this harm is not evenly spread across our communities. Every three years the Ministry of Health sets out a proposed strategy to prevent and minimise the harm caused to people, whānau, and communities by gambling. This document seeks your comment on the proposed future direction and content of the Ministry of Health’s Strategy to Prevent and Minimise Gambling... More
    Closed 8 October 2021
  • HISO 10084.2:2021 Contracts, Schedules and Pricing Data Standard

    This draft standard is part 2 of the data standards developed with NZ Health Partnerships, Hono Ōranga Aōtearoa. ( Part 1 covers Suppliers and Items .) Part 2 defines the minimum data set for contracts, schedules and pricing used to populate the Health System Catalogue to be delivered by the Health Finance, Procurement and Information Management (FPIM) programme. This version of the standard is a draft. Read the draft data standard: ... More
    Closed 27 September 2021
  • HISO 10080:2021 Systemic Anti Cancer Therapy Regimen Data Standard

    The New Zealand Cancer Action Plan | Te Mahere mō te Mate Pukupuku o Aotearoa 2019-2029 provides a pathway to improve cancer outcomes for all New Zealanders with the objectives of building a system that delivers consistent and modern cancer care, equitable cancer outcomes, fewer cancers and better cancer survival, supportive care and end of life care. The Anti-Cancer Therapy – Nationally Organised Workstreams (ACT-NOW) programme was launched in late 2018 to develop a detailed... More
    Closed 24 September 2021
  • Breast Reconstruction – National Guidelines for Best Practice

    The Ministry of Health has been working with a Breast Reconstruction Expert Advisory Group (EAG) to develop a set of national best practice guidelines for breast reconstruction. The final draft guidelines have now been approved by the EAG and we are seeking wider consultation with the sector prior to publication. Download the guidelines pdf Download the guidelines in Word The purpose of this consultation is to review the document for accuracy and any significant... More
    Closed 10 September 2021
  • Do you use the NZ COVID Tracer app?

    The Ministry of Health is seeking feedback on QR code scanning before trial of Near Field Communication tags begins. This feedback will be compared with trial feedback to help inform decisions on whether this technology could be used more widely. More
    Closed 7 September 2021
  • Feedback Survey Ngā Paerewa Health and Disability Services Standard Implementation Progress

    The Ngā paerewa Health and disability services standard (NZS 8134:2021) (the 2021 standard) is now updated to better reflect the current models of care and support. The 2021 standard reflects the shift towards more person- and whānau-centred health and disability services, where people are empowered to make decisions about their own care and support in order to achieve their goals, with a stronger focus on outcomes for people receiving support. The updated standard comes into... More
    Closed 3 September 2021
  • HealthCERT team Implementation survey

    This survey is to get an understanding from the HealthCERT team where additional training or support is required. The survey is anonymous. More
    Closed 27 August 2021
  • Analysing access to interRAI (NASC) assessment

    This consultation seeks information from Needs Assessment Service Coordination (NASC) settings regarding referrals for interRAI/NASC assessment for older people (>65). This will assist the Ministry of Health in responding to the interRAI Service Design recommendations. Further information on the interRAI Service Design can be found at the bottom of this page. More
    Closed 27 August 2021
  • Proposal that the HART Order should explicitly state that the use of cryopreserved testicular tissue is an established procedure

    The Advisory Committee on Assisted Reproductive Technology (ACART) is seeking your feedback about a proposed change to the Human Assisted Reproductive Technology Order. The Order would be amended to explicitly state that the extraction and use of sperm from thawed cryopreserved testicular tissue is an established procedure. The consultation document has been developed by ACART. The document describes the proposal and rationale for amending the Order and outlines the key considerations... More
    Closed 13 August 2021
  • Submission on amendments to the schedule of the Medicines (Designated Pharmacist Prescribers) Regulations 2013 and Schedule 1B of the Misuse of Drugs Regulations 1977

    Purpose The Ministry of Health invites submissions on proposed amendments to the schedule of specified prescription medicines for designated pharmacist prescribers. The Ministry of Health, on behalf of the Director-General, must consult with those people or organisations that may be affected by a change to the schedules before making a legal change by Gazette notice. This submission will allow you to provide feedback on the proposed medicines, or to propose... More
    Closed 12 August 2021
  • Orientation Day 12 July 2021 Feedback

    To gather feedback from participants about the orientation day. More
    Closed 25 July 2021
  • Provide your feedback on the PHARMAC Review

    The PHARMAC Review Panel wants to hear your feedback on the Review of the Pharmaceutical Management Agency (PHARMAC). Your feedback will contribute to the Review process and help form a proposal on how PHARMAC can best serve the needs of the communities of Aotearoa. How we will manage your feedback Your feedback will be kept secure and held in confidence and it will only used for the purpose of this review. Note that submissions are subject to the Official Information Act... More
    Closed 16 July 2021
  • National Cervical Screening Programme: HPV Primary Screening Clinical Pathway to Introduce Self-Testing

    The National Cervical Screening Programme (NCSP) is undertaking a public consultation for the revised human papillomavirus (HPV) Primary Screening clinical pathway to introduce the option of self-testing. More
    Closed 8 June 2021
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