Melanoma Awareness Month
World Water Day
Neighbours Day Aotearoa
World Health Day
World Day for Safety and Health at Work
NZ Immunisation Week
World No Tobacco Day
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New and revised resources
There have been major revisions of many of the immunisation resources to reflect the new changes in scheduling and funding of HPV immunisation for boys. Please replace your old stock with these new resources:
Has your teen missed any immunisations?, A3 poster, HE2501
HPV vaccine: Parent consent form, HE2044
Immunise against HPV, pamphlet, HE2012, available in multiple languages
After your school immunisation, A5 pad of 25 leaflets, HE1313
Hepatitis information resources have also been revised. Please dispose of your HE2111 and HE9061 pamphlets and replace them with the Hepatitis B and C pamphlet, HE4182.
Revised: The following resources have been updated, however you can use up your old stock before changing over to the new resource:
Campylobacter, E. Coli and Salmonella, pamphlet, HE1211
Cryptosporidium and Giardia, pamphlet, HE1212
Head lice, pamphlet, HE4189
Preventing HIV infection, pamphlet, HE1102
Updates on other resources
The Spiders in New Zealand pamphlet, HE1424, has been revised and is now available online only.
The B4 School Check: Information for parents and guardians - simplified Chinese version pamphlet, HP4670, is online only now.
HIV testing in pregnancy: Part of antenatal blood tests pamphlet, HE1901, is online only now.
Hard copies are currently out of stock for the Antenatal screening and testing for Down Syndrome and other conditions, A5 booklet, HE2382. However, you can still download a copy from the HealthEd website.
Well Child journey cards are now available from Toi Te Ora.
Did you miss out on these new resources?
Baby teeth matter, A2 poster, HE2514, (available in multiple languages including English, Te Reo Maori, Samoan and Tongan). Published December 2016.
Be SunSmart, DLE card, SS084, published September 2016.
Newly released from Toi Te Ora
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