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Archive by category: WellbeingReturn
A programme to support people who have recently been released from prison re-engage with their general practice teams is gaining momentum across Canterbury.
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26 Feb, 2021 |
Ngaire Button has been appointed to the role of Hauora Māori and Equity Lead – a new role for the CCN programme team.
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25 Feb, 2021 |
He Waka Tapu kindly said, ‘nau mai, haere mai’ (welcome to our place), to the Mana Ake kaimahi (workers) at a moving pōwhiri on Tuesday 19 January.
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25 Feb, 2021 |
Canterbury Medical Officer of Health, Dr Ramon Pink has some simple things we can all do to make our summer unstoppable.
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18 Jan, 2021 |
Kai, kōrero and companionship is proving a winning combination for kaumātua (elders) through the Kahukura Kaumātua Programme, which is helping to bring a community together to connect and talk about hauora (health and wellbeing).
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17 Dec, 2020 |
It’s fair to say 2020 has been a challenging year, but it’s ending on a high note for participants who took part in the pilot Hikitia Te Hā stop smoking incentive programme at Te Kōhanga Reo o Te Horomako o Te Huruhuru early childhood centre in Islington.
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17 Dec, 2020 |
When the Phillipstown Better Breathing Coffee Group gather at the local community hub on Monday mornings the result is lots of laughter and kōrero, as well as exercise.
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16 Dec, 2020 |
Youth in Mid Canterbury can now receive sexual health care from a new Youth Sexual Health Clinic.
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16 Dec, 2020 |
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