Archive by author: Elly EdwardsReturn
The Better Breathing volunteers celebrated ten years of service to the Integrated Respiratory Team, paying tribute to two long-standing volunteers in a special quarterly meeting.
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21 Sep, 2023 |
Making sexual and reproductive services youth-friendly, through inviting spaces and taking time to whanaungatanga (connect) is key to improving outcomes in youth sexual health, a recent study shows.
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11 Sep, 2023 |
Jane Cartwright has been appointed to the role of CCN Executive Director (ED) | Kaiwhakahare and will take up the new role from Monday 14 August.
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31 Jul, 2023 |
The CCN (Canterbury Clinical Network) is seeking consumers to contribute their experiences, knowledge, ideas and perspectives to the Primary Care Taskforce and associated subgroups of work.
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06 Jul, 2023 |
Members from a range of Canterbury’s health consumer groups connected face-to-face last month, in the first stage of a plan to strengthen connection across groups and amplify the consumer voice across health and wellbeing services.
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19 Dec, 2022 |
For our tamariki (children), experiencing emotion, processing how it makes them feel and figuring out how to manage those feelings is a big learning curve. That’s why Mana Ake – Stronger for Tomorrow has been providing support not just for children, but for the whānau (family) who support them, and it’s proved a big hit.
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16 Dec, 2022 |
Thinking of service redesign but don't know where to start? Want to build services in genuine partnership with your communities? Join our webinar to learn about our new principles-based framework, Kia Kotahi Partnership in Design (KKPID), created 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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04 Oct, 2022 |
Lyttleton-based couple Andrea Solzer and Matthias Blattner want what all parents want – for their children to be safe, happy and healthy. When their youngest daughter became increasingly frustrated and reluctant to participate at school, teachers suggested one-to-one support through Mana Ake – Stronger for tomorrow, an initiative that supports schools, families and whānau when children are experiencing issues that impact their wellbeing.
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15 Sep, 2022 |
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