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Committee response on inquiry into improving child health

Health Committee - Committee response on inquiry into improving child health outcomes and preventing child abuse with a focus from preconception until three years of age


Dr Paul Hutchison, Chairperson of the Health Committee, would like to inform you that the Select Committee has taken the unusual step of responding to the Government’s response to the Health Select Committee’s report above because it considers the implementation of the report’s recommendations very important for improving children’s health outcomes. The committee’s response is available at:

http://www.parliament.nz/en-nz/pb/sc/documents/reports/50DBSCH_SCR6184_1/briefing-on-matters-relating-to-the-inquiry-into-improving

There will be a media release from the Health Select Committee on Tuesday 29 April.

Response: Fullreporttext.pdf

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