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New Zealand's Health Crisis Forum

New Zealand's Health Crisis

Natural Health Industry representative will be placing a series of questions before a special combined meeting in Auckland with the Health Spokespersons representing all the Parliamentary Parties.

The Main questions will be:

Where to Now?
The Ministerial Advisory Committee on Complementary and Alternative Health has reported to the Minister on the Integration of Complementary and Alternative Health Care into mainstream medicine.

Will the present government integrate Complementary and Alternative Health as part of the public primary health care system or will the report be placed in the file and forget column. What policies will the individual political parties support?

Where do we go from here?
With the current Stalemate of the Joint Therapeutic Agency Legislation and multi-party opposition, which political Parties will take the initiative and move forward and adopt a policy for appropriate legislation developed within a New Zealand framework for the regulation of the Natural HealthCare Industry.

New Zealanders Health Status is at crisis point. Will the politicians embrace practical and viable policies or will they continue with a system of health care that no longer meets the needs and aspirations of the New Zealand consumer?

These and other important health issues will be fully discussed at Auckland’s first ever, multi-political…


Venue: Nature's Sunshine Head Office

344A Rosedale Road

Albany North Harbour, Auckland

Date: Monday November 15th

Time: Commencing at 7.30pm sharp.

A full list of questions from the HealthCare Industry will be presented at the Meeting.

Patrick F Fahy

Chief Executive Officer

The New Zealand Charter of Health Practitioners Incorporated

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