How to give EpiPen® translations - New Zealand

How_to_give_EpiPenStep by step instructions for giving EpiPen® adrenaline (epinephrine) autoinjectors in Maori, Samoan and Tongan.

The English version is at


pdfASCIA PCC EpiPen How to give Maori145.38 KB


pdfASCIA PCC EpiPen How to give Samoan146.11 KB


pdfASCIA PCC EpiPen How to give Tongan147.84 KB

These translations were funded by an educational grant from the Starship Foundation.

Content updated October 2020 

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