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Bowel Cancer New Zealand is a nationwide, patient-led organisation committed to reducing the impact of bowel cancer on the community through awareness, education, support and research.
Cancer Society can help you get to your medical appointments, or provide accommodation if you live far away from hospital. Our specialist nurses can support you through your treatment and answer any questions you have.
The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) consolidates within a single national organisation the often independent functions of research funding and development of advice. One of its strengths is that it brings together and draws upon the resources of all components of the health system, including governments, medical practitioners, nurses and allied health professionals, researchers, teaching and research institutions, public and private program managers, service administrators, community health organisations, social health researchers and consumers.
Beating Bowel Cancer is a national charity working to raise awareness of symptoms, promote early diagnosis and encourage open access to treatment choice for those affected by bowel cancer. Through our work we aim to save lives from this common cancer.
The British Colostomy Association is the national registered charity which represents the interests of people with a colostomy and which provides support, reassurance and practical information to ostomates and anyone who is about to have a colostomy.
IA, the Ileostomy and Internal Pouch Support Group (formerly known as the Ileostomy Association of Great Britain and Ireland) is a mutual support group which has the primary aim of helping people who have had their colon removed.
The International Ostomy Association, an association of ostomy associations, is committed to the improvement of the quality of life of ostomates and those with related surgeries, worldwide. It provides to its member associations information and management guidelines, helps to form new ostomy associations, and advocates on all related matters and policies.
The National Association for Colitis and Crohn's Disease (NACC) brings together people of all ages who have Ulcerative Colitis or Crohn’s Disease, their families and the health professionals involved in their care.
The Association was formed in 1971 as the Urinary Conduit Association to help people who are about to undergo or have undergone surgery resulting in diversion of the urinary stream. In 1984 the name was changed to the Urostomy Association of Great Britain & Ireland.
Established in 1984, the National Osteoporosis Foundation is the nation’s leading voluntary health organization solely dedicated to osteoporosis and bone health.
The World Health Organization is the United Nations specialized agency for health. It was established on 7 April 1948. WHO's objective, as set out in its Constitution, is the attainment by all peoples of the highest possible level of health. Health is defined in WHO's Constitution as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
The Government's principal advisor on health and disability: improving, promoting and protecting the health of all New Zealanders.
The International Ostomy Association (IOA), an association of Regional Ostomy Associations, is committed to the improvement of the quality of life of Ostomates and those with related surgeries, worldwide.
Crohn's and Colitis New Zealand is a charitable trust which aims to provide support, advice, resources and information about Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. The organisation was established by individuals affected by Crohn’s and colitis, and medical specialists active in the treatment of these chronic diseases.
The Otago Ostomy Society has a group of long standing Ostomates who have worked hard for the Society and Welfare of fellow Ostomates over many years and it is hoped they will continue to do so for many years.
The Canterbury Ostomy Society covers an area from the Conway River in the north to the Rakaia River in the south and from the east to the main divide in the west. We currently have approximately 215 members including both ostomates and associates.
Established in 1975 by a group of caring people with the mutual goal to provide Taranaki Ostomates and their families with support.
The goal of the society is to promote the welfare of Ostomates in the Western Bay of Plenty area and to provide the correct information to Ostomates so that they can live long and productive lives and reintegrate into the community.
OwnYourIBD is an information portal for New Zealanders with or caring for someone with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
At Liberty, our passion has always been to provide Nurses with outstanding, customer-focused products and services in the areas of ostomy and continence care. The Liberty Nurse Portal offers you a range of key tools as part of a secure site. You will have access to the following:
-- Latest ostomy clinical abstracts
-- Educational webcasts
-- Nurse and Patient resources
-- CPD summary
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