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Monthly/Quarterly Reports

Recommendation 46 of the Inquiry Report requires that there should be a system for monitoring the implementation of the Committee's recommendations. In response to this recommendation it was agreed that the Director General would supply monthly reports to the Minister, with the frequency of the reports to be reviewed after 6 months.

For each of the 46 recommendations the monthly report will identify progress against specific project milestones, as they fall due. These reports will be listed here as they are released, on a monthly, then quarterly basis. 

2005

12th Quarterly (10 December to 10 March Report) from the Ministry of Health to the Minister on the Implementation of the Recommendations of the Gisborne Cervical Screening Inquiry
Released on website 30 May 2005

2004

11th Quarterly (10 September to 10 December Report) from the Ministry of Health to the Minister on the Implementation of the Recommendations of the Gisborne Cervical Screening Inquiry Report
Released on website 31 March 2005

10th Quarterly (10 June to 10 September Report) from the Ministry of Health to the Minister on the Implementation of the Recommendations of the Gisborne Cervical Screening Inquiry Report
Released on website 18 November 2004

9th Quarterly (10 March to 10 June 2004 Report) from the Ministry of Health to the Minister on the Implementation of the Recommendations of the Gisborne Cervical Screening Inquiry Report (PDF, 52 kB)
Released on website 28 September 2004

8th Quarterly Report from the Ministry of Health to the Minister on the Implementation of the Recommendations of the Gisborne Cervical Screening Inquiry Report, covering the period  10 December 2003 to 10 March 2004 (opens as a PDF document)
Released on website 13 April 2004

2003

Combined 6th and 7th quarterly reports from the Ministry of Health to the Minister on the Implementation of the Recommendations of the Gisborne Cervical Screening Inquiry Report covering the period 10 June to 10 December 2003 (opens as a PDF document)
Released on website 20 February 2004

Final Report On The Review of Progress to Implement the Recommendations of the  Gisborne Cervical Screening Inquiry (opens as a PDF document)
Report by Dr Euphemia McGoogan, released on Website August 2003

Quarterly Report from the Ministry of Health to the Minister on the Implementation of the Recommendations of the Gisborne Cervical Screening Inquiry Report (10 December 2002 - 10 March 2003) (PDF 54 kB)

2002

Quarterly Report from the Ministry of Health to the Minister on the Implementation of the Recommendations of the Gisborne Cervical Screening Inquiry Report (10 September - 10 December 2002)  (PDF 111 kB)

Quarterly Report from the Ministry of Health to the Minister on the Implementation of the Recommendations of the Gisborne Cervical Screening Inquiry Report (10 June 10 September 2002)  (PDF 162 kB)

Quarterly Report from the Ministry of Health to the Minister on the Implementation of the Recommendations of the Gisborne Cervical Screening Inquiry Report (10 April 10 June 2002)  (PDF 99 kB)

11th monthly report  (PDF 106 kB)

9th and 10th monthly reports combined,  (PDF 81 kB)

7th and 8th monthly reports combined, released 7 January 2002 (PDF 230kB)

2001

Sixth report released late October 2001 (PDF 61 kB)

Fifth report released 3 October 2001 (PDF 460 kB)

Fourth report released 27 August 2001 (PDF 273 kB)

Third report released 18 July 2001 (PDF 37 kB)

Second report released 14 June 2001 (PDF 34 kB)

First report released 10 May 2001 (PDF 27 kB)


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