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Welcome to the PHANZ – a collective voice for a healthy Aotearoa New Zealand!

The Public Health Association of New Zealand (PHANZ) is a national membership association with a commitment to health for all.

We provide opportunity for people who share this commitment to

  • Be part of a collective voice on the determinants of health
  • Gather, share, and learn with others who work in public health
  • Influence policy to improve the health of all New Zealanders
  • Keep up to date with events and issues in the public health sector

Our vision: health equity in Aotearoa
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Post-budget breakfast analysis

 There's still time to register for a post-   Budget Online   breakfast event on May   20 where you’ll   get to hear analysis from   a range of   expert keynote speakers on   the   Government's Budget 2022 through   a   'child-focused lens'.

 PHANZ CEO Grant Berghan, alongside   Professor Nikki Turner, Medical Director   of  the Immunisation Advisory Centre, GP and Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) health spokesperson, will MC the event.

You'll also hear comments on Budget 2022 from those who see first-hand the devastating effects of child poverty every day.

Keynote speakers:
Peeni Henare (Ngāti Hine and Ngāpuhi), Minister Whānau Ora and Associate Minister of Health (Māori Health), and Housing (Māori Housing)
Bernard Hickey, Independent commentator and journalist at The Kāka
Hūhana Lyndon, (Ngāti Hine, Ngātiwai, Ngāti Whātua, Ngāpuhi), CEO Ngātiwai Trust Board

Register HERE.

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Join us for our next second Friday lunchtime gathering (12 noon, 10 June), which will feature a discussion on the third 'tanga' in our series - Ūkaipotanga (belonging, sustaining), followed by our guest speaker PHANZ Co-president Nari Faiers.

All Welcome!

Confirm your attendance HERE.

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We look forward to seeing you there.

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We're only as strong as our members, please consider joining the PHA and helping us work to a healthier New Zealand.

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