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Archive by category: Rural Return
Leaders from throughout Canterbury’s health system came together for a couple of powerful hours on Friday 19 November to listen and to learn what people are saying across the system.
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26 Nov, 2021 |
The Pae Ora ki Waitaha working group, which sits under the Population Health and Access Service Level Alliance, has completed stage one of a project to look at what people and their whānau need to be healthy and well.
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28 Oct, 2021 |
Life’s challenges can be difficult to overcome on your own, but an expanding team of Te Tumu Waiora Support Workers are walking alongside people who need a helping hand.
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01 Sep, 2021 |
The Canterbury Clinical Network is seeking a co-Chair for the Population Health and Access Service Level Alliance. Interested parties should submit their Curriculum Vitae and a cover letter before 20 September.
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05 Aug, 2021 |
Last month members of the Hurunui Health Services Development Group went on a road trip to kōrero (speak) with the community about plans to set up a consumer and health provider hauora (health and wellbeing) advisory group.
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16 Jul, 2021 |
The Hurunui community are invited to find out about plans for both a local community group and local health and wellbeing provider group to guide development of the region’s health care services at a series of drop-in sessions.
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01 Jun, 2021 |
Cantabrians are being asked to complete a survey to share their thoughts on what they and their whānau need for their health and hauora / wellbeing.
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02 May, 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 |
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