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Late last month, NZNO and NZMA were finalising their campaign for more government funding for the sector.
The NZMA said, His inspirational talks to medical students and many groups around New Zealand have improved the happiness of both patients and carers, and have had an immeasurable positive impact on the health of New Zealanders.
The NZMA has called for a coordinated approach to address the "obesity crisis" in New Zealand.
"The NZMA Board has voted to retain its current position which is to oppose euthanasia which it views as unethical," NZMA Chairman Dr Ross Boswell said in a press release.
(64) It will be important to monitor and assess the functioning of the legislative framework and the impact of new provisions such as the scopes of practice, in order to determine whether the vocal criticisms of the legislation by the NZMA and others are justified.
NZMA (2008): Code of ethics: for the New Zealand medical profession http:// www.nzma.org.nz/about/ethics.html: New Zealand Medical Association.
The New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA) provides advocacy services for the vast majority of employers.
Close to 550 employers were represented at the negotiations, the vast majority--520--by the New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA).
Of the close to 550 employers who are parties to the negotiations, the vast majority --520--are represented by the New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA).
Current NZMA chair Stephen Child said the Nursing Council's requirements for RN prescribing were very close to the delegated model.
NZNO AND the New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA) are to develop an agreement in principle to work together on common issues.
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