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CCN is proud to share that Shared Care Planning Programme Lead and Product Manager Rebecca Muir will be presenting at Digital Health Week New Zealand 2022 in Rotorua next month.

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The first residents were welcomed back to Ellesmere Hospital on Monday 31 October. Te Whatu Ora Waitaha are working with whānau, general practices and community providers at Darfield and Waikari Hospitals to bring residents back over the following week.  

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A cuppa, cookie and a natter doesn’t sound like your normal prescription, but it’s proving a winning combination for patients of St Martins Medical Practice who are attending a newly established ‘Talking Café’.

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Getting busy Oxford service providers together is no mean feat, but Oxford Community Health Centre Practice Manager Sue Taaffe is leading the charge to re-establish the Oxford Provider Group.

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More than 230 people from across Aotearoa signed up for the ‘Introduction to Kia Kotahi Partnership in Design’ (KKPID) webinar presented by CCN on Monday 17 October.

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CCN is currently advertising for a Kaiwhakahaere waitara / Project facilitator. This role facilitates the work of Service Level Collaborative groups and manages a range of projects aimed at improving equitable access to healthcare.

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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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Long-standing Community Respiratory Service volunteer Pauline Mohi was acknowledged by the respiratory clinical governance team last month.

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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.