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A survey initiated by the CCN Primary Care Taskforce (PCTF) in June 2023 has revealed that more than fifty percent of Waitaha | Canterbury General Practitioners (GPs) and Practice Nurses (PNs) who responded to the survey, are planning to leave or retire from general practice in the next three to five years. 

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A group of health system staff and health consumers are pooling their experience and knowledge to address capacity pressures in primary care, which will make it easier for our communities to access care when they need it.

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Rangi McGlinchey (69) is grateful for the aroha of her whānau and her Te Ao Māori (Māori world) beliefs, which have given her the strength to live with chronic pain for the past 35 years.

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The Better Breathing volunteers celebrated ten years of service to the Integrated Respiratory Team, paying tribute to two long-standing volunteers in a special quarterly meeting.

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Making sexual and reproductive services youth-friendly, through inviting spaces and taking time to whanaungatanga (connect) is key to improving outcomes in youth sexual health, a recent study shows.

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More than 200 general practice staff from across Waitaha | Canterbury have shared their thoughts and experiences around the growing pressures on general practice, in a survey open throughout June.The survey was sent out by the CCN Primary Care Taskforce (PCTF), which was established earlier this year to coordinate local leadership on ways to address the increasing capacity pressures in primary care, which is impacting our communities’ access to primary care. The survey explored four k...

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Jane Cartwright has been appointed to the role of CCN Executive Director (ED) | Kaiwhakahare and will take up the new role from Monday 14 August.

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The CCN whānau are thrilled for Kim Sinclair-Morris who has today been announced as the new Chief Executive for Pegasus Health.

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Canterbury's general practices find having Te Tumu Waiora roles in their practices overwhelmingly positive and of great benefit to their patients and teams, a recent survey shows.