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Since COVID-19 first reached our shores, the way we use technology to support patients has been firmly in the spotlight. As we enter the third year of a global pandemic and a new variant is at the forefront of everyone’s minds, the Shared Care Planning team is exploring how shared care plans can support health care teams to have important conversations about medical decisions with their at-risk patients.

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We're looking for a Senior Project Facilitator (Kaiwhakahaere Waitara) to facilitate the Urgent Care Service Level Alliance and other alliance groups.

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An initiative to transform the way people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) are supported in the community is underway across Canterbury.

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Kidney transplant recipient Don Saxon is grateful that he can look forward to time with his whānau and a spot of camping this Christmas, comforted by the knowledge he has a health plan at the ready if needed.

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The importance of our community and people was at the heart of kōrero at a hui held to discuss challenges around access, capacity and demand across the Canterbury health system.

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Improving the physical, mental, social and spiritual wellbeing of our tamariki and rangatahi (children and youth) is the driving force for the CCN’s Child and Youth Workstream’s new Co-Chair.

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Starting and ending a hui (meeting) on the right note is key to ensuring participants feel welcome and safe to kōrero (speak). The Canterbury Clinical Network Programme team have worked together with leadership from Hauora Māori and Equity Lead Ngaire Button to create their own value’s based karakia (prayer) to guide their hui. 

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It was lights, camera, action for the shared care planning team as they presented a webinar to help colleagues from across the health system learn more about our suite of shared care plans last month.

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In a world where we’re rushing here, there, and everywhere, it can be challenging to find the time and the right person to talk - kōrero with about our wellbeing.