A word from Philip – September 2019

A word from Philip – September 2019

In our April 2019 issue, I started my column noting that we were about to make a presentation to the Health Select Committee. I am delighted to report that this submission was extremely well-received by the politicians on both sides of the house – click here to...
What does it mean for Māori to have osteoarthritis?

What does it mean for Māori to have osteoarthritis?

Māori lived experiences of Osteoarthritis: A Māori approach Research that explores the perceptions and experiences of Māori adults living with osteoarthritis, from a Māori approach. A summary of research done by Nikita McGruer under supervisors Associate Professor...
Government lobbying for arthritis

Government lobbying for arthritis

In April this year Arthritis New Zealand appeared before the Health Select Committee at Parliament to speak to a written submission it made following the launch of the report on the economic cost of arthritis in New Zealand. The submission made to the Select Committee...

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