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The CCN Pacific Caucus (CCNPC) is a collective of Pacific representatives on workstreams and service level alliances, and ex-officio representatives from the Canterbury DHB, CCN and primary health organisations.

The group's purpose is to promote a coordinated focus on equitable health outcomes for Pacific peoples in all the CCN work in Canterbury, and support each other in doing this. The main objectives of the group are to provide support to Pacific representatives and use the collective Pacific skillsets, strengthening contributions to WS and SLAs. 

To contribute to the aspiration of equitable health outcomes for Pacific, the health needs of Pacific People must be prioritised across all CCN WS and SLAs in planning, implementation and evaluation processes.

 

Latest News

Sharing the benefits of shared care plans

Pasifika elders found out about how shared care plans can help to look after themselves and their families at a Pasifika Matua Fono (elder's meeting).
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Breathing easy - reluctant participant to Superman

Tuli was about 15 when he first got pneumonia in his home country of Samoa. He went on to have numerous lung infections and developed COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) and bronchiectasis, which can be a result of ongoing infections such as pneumonia.
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Church-based Pasifika health education project earns leadership award

The latest recipient of an Open for leadership award, Pegasus Health Pasifika Health Manager Maria Pasene, says she has her parents and a bossy aunty to thank for her career success - from the HQSC website.
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Useful resources

Pacific Health Framework

A framework for improving health outcomes for Pacifica peoples.

Kapasa

A tool for policy managers, advisers and analysts within government agencies.

Integrated Planning Guide

A resource for planning healthy, resilient and sustainable communities

Benefits of Shared Care Plans

Sharing the benefits of Shared Care Plans with Pasifika Matua