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WHO WE ARE

CCN is a collaborative of health professionals, mana whenua, consumers, and cross sector partners working together to decide how, when and where health services are delivered.

We use a principles-based framework to ensure that people and their family/ whānau are at the centre of designing equitable health services in a genuine and purposeful partnership.

 

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Our guiding principles are:

  • Taking a whole system approach to ensure health and social services are integrated and sustainable;
  • Focusing on people, their family/whānau and community, keeping them at the centre of everything we do;
  • Enabling clinically-led service development; while,
  • Living within our means.

Current status

In 2023, Te Whatu Ora confirmed that funding for CCN will end 30 June 2024. Since then, the Programme Team has been working with signatories and groups to transition activity into the wider health system, or disestablish time-limited groups and projects.

We’re proud that our principles-based way of working is reflected in the new health system and that, through the re-homing of work, progress and lessons from the last decade of Canterbury's collaborative working will be retained.

OUR SIGNATORIES

Our signatories agree to shared principles and rules of engagement

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OUR TEAM

Includes programme management and coordination, facilitation and communications

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OUR FOCUS

Te Tiriti o Waitangi - guiding our approach to how and where we focus our efforts

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Rural health
KEY MESSAGES

Key messages and announcements from our Leadership Team

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