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Management of personal protective equipment in New Zealand during the COVID-19 pandemic: report from the Auditor-General.
N Z Med J. 2020 09 25; 133(1522):144-148.NZ

Abstract

In June 2020 the Office of the Auditor-General released its report on the management of personal protective equipment (PPE) in New Zealand during the COVID-19 pandemic. The report raises three issues of ethical concern: inadequate stock, inequity and complacency. Acting on the report's recommendations is a critical step in strengthening New Zealand's preparedness for future public health crises.

Authors+Show Affiliations

Bioethics Centre, University of Otago, Dunedin.

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

32994625

Citation

Fenton, Elizabeth. "Management of Personal Protective Equipment in New Zealand During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Report From the Auditor-General." The New Zealand Medical Journal, vol. 133, no. 1522, 2020, pp. 144-148.
Fenton E. Management of personal protective equipment in New Zealand during the COVID-19 pandemic: report from the Auditor-General. N Z Med J. 2020;133(1522):144-148.
Fenton, E. (2020). Management of personal protective equipment in New Zealand during the COVID-19 pandemic: report from the Auditor-General. The New Zealand Medical Journal, 133(1522), 144-148.
Fenton E. Management of Personal Protective Equipment in New Zealand During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Report From the Auditor-General. N Z Med J. 2020 09 25;133(1522):144-148. PubMed PMID: 32994625.
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