Being Bolder – Public Health Endgames for NZ

Monday, October 20th, 2014 | Kate Sloane | 4 Comments

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Associate Professor Nick Wilson, Frederieke S. van der Deen

Southern saltmarsh mosquito: A disease vector successfully eliminated from NZ

Southern saltmarsh mosquito: A disease vector successfully eliminated from NZ

At the Public Health Congress in Auckland last week, one of us presented on potential public health endgames – partly to inform thinking around the tobacco endgame in New Zealand (the Smokefree Nation Goal for 2025). This blog post provides a brief historical perspective and international perspective on public health-related endgames. It also considers what additional endgames this country could be bolder about tackling.  

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