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Opinion: John Ryall – increasing pay is an investment in our...

E Tu's John Ryall applauds the new Government for targeting low pay as a health investment.

Could Funded Family Care be on the way out?

All three coalition partners in the new Government agreed before the election that Funded Family Care needs to be improved.

Rest homes want pay equity issues addressed in contract

Unsurprisingly pay equity is the main point the aged care sector wants to see addressed in next year’s Age-Related Residential Care (ARRC) Services Agreement.

Isolated incident or tip of the iceberg?

Is the recent case of substandard care a one-off? Or is it indicative of a struggling sector in need of an overhaul? JUDE BARBACK looks at whether a full-scale inquiry into the rest home sector is warranted.

Mental health workers look to new Govt for equal pay settlement

Mental health support workers are clinging to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's pre-election assurance that mental health workers would be included in the equal pay settlement, which applies only to aged care, disability, and home support workers.

Positive first year for NZTC’s healthcare training programmes

INsite asks New Zealand Tertiary College (NZTC) chief executive SELENA FOX about the education provider's first year delivering training and education in the health and wellbeing space.

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