• 14th Feb 2024

Have your say: NZ COVID-19 Royal Commission

The College welcomes the opportunity to provide a submission to the NZ Royal Commission COVID-19 Lessons Learned | Te Tira Ārai Urutā public consultation. The lessons learned through this consultation will have an impact on future legislation and regulation regarding significant health events effecting Aotearoa New Zealand. We invite New Zealand paramedics to share their experience in this survey.

Why should you have a say? This consultation is an opportunity for paramedics to share their personal and professional experience of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The College aims to prepare a submission based on the views and direction provided by our New Zealand-based members and the wider profession. Your input may be used anonymously in our submission.

Information from the NZ Royal Commission consultation page:

The COVID-19 pandemic affected all of us, and New Zealanders – both here and living overseas – were asked to undertake extraordinary actions throughout its duration. The Royal Commission of Inquiry into COVID-19 Lessons Learned | Te Tira Ārai Urutā is looking at what can be learned from the pandemic to ensure that Aotearoa New Zealand is as prepared as possible for future pandemics.

You can visit the Inquiry website HERE.

Please read the current terms of reference before completing the survey:

We invite members to have your say in the College survey.

The College will close this survey Thursday 14 March, 2024 in time to prepare our submission to the public consultation which closes 24 March 2024. Questions in this College survey reflect the questions of the Commission's consultation.

If you have any further queries relating to this survey, please email policy@paramedics.org.

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