Opportunity to provide your view of digital health

10 March 2020

NZHIT is a strong supporter of eHealthNews as it has become an important source of news and information for New Zealand’s digital health sector.  

As a part of this support NZHIT has a regular fortnightly “industry view” column. This is available for members to provide an opinion piece based on their view of certain aspects of the sector and how digital technologies can be fully enabled to support this country’s health and disability system.

Click here to read the latest industry view piece by NZHIT Chair, Kate Reid.

You’ll see that it’s an opportunity to discuss a topic of interest and provide thought leadership in a way that respectfully generates ideas, discussion and adds knowledge to the sector.

This is an opportunity available to all current NZHIT members.  The topic can be of your choosing or it might be aligned to a specific theme that eHealthNews has chosen for its fortnightly publication (eMental Health, for example).  

The publication and deadline dates for the next 4 months are as follows –

19 March publication – deadline 5pm, 16 March

02 April publication – deadline 5pm, 30 March

16 April publication – deadline 5pm, 13 April

30 April publication – deadline 5pm, 27 April

14 May publication – deadline 5pm, 11 May

28 May publication – deadline 5pm, 25 May

11 June publication – deadline 5pm, 08 June

25 June publication – deadline 5pm, 22 June

The length of the piece is approximately 800 words and you provide the article to NZHIT in the first instance then it is reviewed and accepted by the eHealthNews editor.  

NZHIT can also provide a ghost-writing service if you’d prefer this to be done for you.  In other words, there's very little excuse to not do it!

For enquiries and to book your slot please contact Anna  in the first instance at info@nzhit.nz



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Anna Arrol

Administration Assistant

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