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Canterbury Clinical Network welcomes new Independent Chair

The Canterbury Clinical Network (CCN) is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Don Elder to the role of Independent Chair for the Alliance Leadership Team.
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Celebrating volunteers who help the community breathe better 

This week is Te Wiki Tūao ā-Motu - National Volunteer Week and the theme is, ‘Te Hua o te Mahi Tahi - the benefit of working together.
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Ola Manuia: Driving better health outcomes for Pacific peoples

A new action plan for Pacific people has been launched by Associate Health Minister Jenny Salesa.
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One Canterbury GP’s experience of Covid-19

General Practitioner and the CCN Clinical Lead for Shared Care Planning Rose Laing, has been continuing to care for patients at Cashmere Health where she is an associate. 
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CCN and St John partner to bring a youth perspective to health services

At the tender age of six years, Megan Bolt asked her parents if she could become a St John Penguin, which is part of the St John Youth Cadet Programme.
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Equity in Focus

The following article is the first in our new series, ‘Equity in Focus’, which is dedicated to sharing the mahi taking place across the health system to achieve equitable health outcomes and demonstrate our commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi. 
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Decade of putting patients front and centre

Alliance members past and present have reflected on Sir John Hansen's ‘razor-sharp mind’ and ‘ability to always put the patient at the centre’ over the last decade.
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Electronic prescribing in Canterbury reducing the transfer of germs

At a time when the simple act of handing a piece of paper from one person to another is suddenly a riskier thing to do, the Canterbury Health System has taken urgent steps to remove that risk – and this is just one of a number of ways prescribing has changed in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
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