From L to R: Ruth Uo (Village Collective), Justeena Leaf (Te Ahurei a Rangatahi), Natasha Kemp, Debi Kapa (Te Kaha o te Rangatahi), Alex Anderson (Auckland DHB), Vernon Waretini (Te Puawai Tapu), Ngaire Sandel (Ministry of Health), Alison Green (Te Puawai Tapu), Robert Muller (Village Collective), and Gareth McMillan (THETA via Skype)
On 28 August, representatives from several providers and the Ministry of Health met in Auckland to discuss the future direction of SHopp which is now an online communication channel.
To ensure SHopp reaches as wide an audience as possible in the sexual and reproductive health sector, we are running a survey which is live from Wednesday, 10 September. The survey will canvas ideas and topic areas of interest to be included in SHopp, as well as asking how frequent should SHopp be ‘published’.
Suggestions to overcome some of the barriers to an online communication channel were also discussed, eg the registration process, participation by organisations with social media / publicity restrictions and so forth.
The results of the survey will be analysed to help shape SHopp into a fantastic way of keeping the sector connected and up-to-date.
You can complete the survey here: