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Heather McLeod

New Zealand
Heather is an actuary by training and has worked on healthcare financing, health policy and social security policy for more than 25 years. Heather is originally from South Africa, where she consulted to the National Treasury and the Department of Health and served on several statutory bodies, including the regulator of health insurance. She developed and taught courses on healthcare financing and in public health at several universities.
Heather has lived in New Zealand since 2010. She worked for the Ministry of Health, supporting the Palliative Care Council from 2012 to 2015. In 2015 she returned to full-time consulting and has worked with the Ministry of Health, the Palliative Care Advisory Panel, District Health Boards, Hospice New Zealand, the New Zealand Aged Care Association, and other NGOs on strategic issues related to end of life care.
Heather continues to have a visiting appointment in statistics and actuarial science at the University of Stellenbosch and is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow in the School of Nursing at the University of Auckland. She is a country girl at heart and lives, with her horses, in Hanmer Springs on South Island. 

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#ANZSPM 2020 Virtual Conference
Palliative Care - Strength Through Uncertainty
#ANZSPM 2020 Virtual Conference