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From: Harry Peterson

Dear Ministry of Health,

How many, if any, first year medical and nursing students at Otago University have been asked to complete fill-in shifts at Dunedin Hospital, and if so what remuneration opportunities have they been offered?

Yours faithfully,

Harry Peterson

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Kia ora Harry,

 

Thank you for your request for official information for:  

   

 “How many, if any, first year medical and nursing students at Otago
University have been asked to complete fill-in shifts at Dunedin Hospital,
and if so what remuneration opportunities have they been offered?”  

  

Your request asks for information which is more closely connected with the
functions of Otago University and Te Whatu Ora (Health New Zealand). For
this reason, the Ministry of Health has decided to transfer your request
to Otago University and Te Whatu Ora under section 14(b)(ii) of the Act.
You can expect a response from Otago University and Te Whatu Ora in due
course.  

   

Under section 28(3) of the Act you have the right to ask the Ombudsman
to review any decisions made under this request. The Ombudsman may be
contacted by email at: [1][email address] or by calling 0800
802 602.

 

If you have any queries related to this request, please do not hesitate to
get in touch.  

 

Ngā mihi  

 

OIA Services Team  

M[2]inistry of Health information releases  
U[3]nite against COVID-19  

 

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Kia ora Harry

 

The University of Otago acknowledges receipt of your Official Information
Act request, which was transferred to us from the Ministry of Health on 8
August 2022. You have requested “how many, if any, first year medical and
nursing students at Otago University have been asked to complete fill-in
shifts at Dunedin Hospital, and if so what remuneration opportunities have
they been offered?”

 

If we have any questions or need to seek clarification on any points we
will be in touch soon. Otherwise, we will seek to respond to your request
as soon as practicable and no later than 20 working days after the date
your transferred request was received (by 5 September 2022). If we are
unable to respond to your request by then, we will notify you of an
extension of this timeframe.

 

Ngā mihi

Kelsey

 

 

Kelsey Kennard

Official Information and Compliance Coordinator

 

Office of the Registrar | Te Tari o Te Pouroki me te Kaituhi ki te
Kaunihera

University of Otago | Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo

New Zealand | Aotearoa

Email | Īmera [1][email address]

 

 

From: OIA Requests <[email address]>
Sent: Monday, 8 August 2022 10:41 am
To: Harry Peterson <[FOI #20067 email]>
Subject: Transfer of your request for official information (ref:
H2022008903) CRM:0154286

 

Kia ora Harry,

 

Thank you for your request for official information for:  

   

 “How many, if any, first year medical and nursing students at Otago
University have been asked to complete fill-in shifts at Dunedin Hospital,
and if so what remuneration opportunities have they been offered?”  

  

Your request asks for information which is more closely connected with the
functions of Otago University and Te Whatu Ora (Health New Zealand). For
this reason, the Ministry of Health has decided to transfer your request
to Otago University and Te Whatu Ora under section 14(b)(ii) of the Act.
You can expect a response from Otago University and Te Whatu Ora in due
course.  

   

Under section 28(3) of the Act you have the right to ask the Ombudsman
to review any decisions made under this request. The Ombudsman may be
contacted by email at: [2][email address] or by calling 0800
802 602.

 

If you have any queries related to this request, please do not hesitate to
get in touch.  

 

Ngā mihi  

 

OIA Services Team  

M[3]inistry of Health information releases  
U[4]nite against COVID-19  

 

 

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Dear  Harry,

 

Please accept this as an acknowledgement of your Official Information Act
request # 2458 below. I will have a response to you on or before 8
September 2022.

 

Request:

How many, if any, first year medical and nursing students at Otago
University have been asked to complete fill-in shifts at Dunedin Hospital,
and if so what remuneration opportunities have they been offered?

 

 

Kind regards,

 

Ange

 

 

 

 

Ange McErlane, OIA Advisor - Southern

Internal Ext: 55454 | DDI: 03 476 9454 |
Email: [1][email address

Te Whatu Ora  - Health NZ

Please note that my usual office hours are: Mon, Tues, & Thurs 9am –
5.30pm

 

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Dear Harry,

 

Please find attached the response to your Official Information Act request
#2458.

 

 

Kind regards

Ange

 

 

 

 

Ange McErlane, OIA Advisor - Southern

Internal Ext: 55454 | DDI: 03 476 9454 |
Email: [1][email address

Te Whatu Ora  - Health NZ

Please note that my usual office hours are: Mon, Tues, & Thurs 9am –
5.30pm

 

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From: UoO - Official Information Act

Kia ora Harry

 

I refer to your Official Information Act request, which was transferred to
the University of Otago from the Ministry of Health on 8 August 2022. You
have requested “how many, if any, first year medical and nursing students
at Otago University have been asked to complete fill-in shifts at Dunedin
Hospital, and if so what remuneration opportunities have they been
offered?”

 

I note that no first year medical students at the University of Otago have
been asked to complete fill-in shifts at Dunedin Hospital.

 

Please note that the University of Otago does not offer an undergraduate
Nursing programme, so we are unable to advise how many, if any, first year
Nursing students have been asked to complete fill-in shifts at Dunedin
Hospital. Therefore, we decline providing a response to this aspect to
your request pursuant to section 18(g) of the Act on the basis that the
information is not held by the University of Otago, however we understand
that your request has also been transferred to another agency who may be
able to answer this question for you. The University of Otago does offer a
postgraduate Master of Nursing Science programme, however we note that no
students in their first year of this programme have been asked to complete
fill-in shifts at Dunedin Hospital.

 

If you are not satisfied with our response to your information request,
section 28(3) of the Act provides you with the right to ask an Ombudsman
to investigate and review this response. However, we would welcome the
opportunity to discuss any concerns with you first.

 

Ngā mihi

Kelsey

 

 

Kelsey Kennard

Official Information and Compliance Coordinator

 

Office of the Registrar | Te Tari o Te Pouroki me te Kaituhi ki te
Kaunihera

University of Otago | Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo

New Zealand | Aotearoa

Email | Īmera [1][email address]

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