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Early intervention and collaborative approaches such as those being put in place by Mana Ake – Stronger for Tomorrow have been shown to result in a range of wellbeing benefits for children and their whānau, according to findings from a report released today.

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A courageous wāhine called Lynda Maaka is helping to spread an important message about the value of kōrero between healthcare teams and their patients.

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The Urgent Care Service Level Alliance is made up of a motivated, dynamic and skilled group of people from across the health system who use data to inform decisions and predict pressure points and bring together small working groups to delve into issues and make adjustments to the system.

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Ensuring people and their whānau can get care when and where they need is a top priority for local general practice teams and the wider health care community in Ashburton.

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The Canterbury Clinical Network Alliance Leadership Team said goodbye to two members at the October meeting. Chair for ALT, Dr Don Elder acknowledged and thanked both Sue Nightingale and Sue Fowlie for their significant contributions....

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Cantabrians receiving Opioid Substitution Therapy (OST) will soon be receiving improved care following a recently approved project to strengthen collaboration between community pharmacists and Canterbury Opioid Recovery Service (CORS) to reduce administration, so more time can be spent helping clients. 

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A new education programme designed to support people with Type 2 Diabetes to manage their condition and improve their health and wellbeing is now available in the community.

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Canterbury’s finest four-legged fur-friends are bringing joy to older people with a new type of home visit.

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The Te Tumu Waiora project team has welcomed a new face into the fold to support the implementation of the service across Canterbury.