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Archive by author: Natasha CaponReturn
March 2020
The stop smoking service, Te Hā – Waitaha is continuing to support people wishing to become smokefree, during level 4 of the Covid-19 response.
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February 2020
A set of transgender care pathways has gone live on Canterbury Community HealthPathways, making available vital information on the medical and mental health and surgical care of transgender people.
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A group of health professionals are working together to ensure patients who have been prescribed multiple medications (polypharmacy) are not at risk of side effects.
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January 2020
In 2020/21 the Commission’s Primary Care, Māori Health Outcomes and Partners in Care teams are collaborating to bring a co-design programme specifically to primary care, with a focus on achieving equity in health outcomes.
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October 2019
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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The ALT welcomed Karaitiana Tickell to a newly-created ALT role, providing a Non-Government Organisation (NGO) / community leadership perspective.
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A young Riccarton pharmacist is helping his local Cantonese and Mandarin speaking community understand their medications and take them properly.
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The Canterbury Respiratory Relief Society celebrated it’s 30 year anniversary with a lunch at the Cashmere Club last month.
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