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The Canterbury Clinical Network tīma (team) had a magical Māori Language Moment for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week), with karakia (prayer) and waiata (song) and the sharing of pūrākau (myths and legends) and whakatauki (proverbs).

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Te Papa Hauora presents its free annual research talks event – ‘We’re talking health - starting well, ageing well and living well’. 

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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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A new electronic resource has been developed to help lead maternity carer and core midwives access appropriate breastfeeding education, advice and support services for women and whānau in their care. 

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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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A Canterbury Clinical Network veteran was celebrated last month as she marked the major milestone of 20 years working across our health system.

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The Canterbury Clinical Network is seeking a co-chair for the Child & Youth Health Workstream.

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Heather Brunton joined Canterbury Clinical Network (CCN) as Integrated Services Manager, with Deborah Callahan’s secondment at the Canterbury DHB in emergency response being extended.

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Some of the whānau (family) and hoa (friends) of the Canterbury Clinical Network recently completed 10 in-house sessions of Te Reo Māori with Damo (Damien Gilchrist) from the Risingholme Community Centre.