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International urgent care colleagues shared their experiences and reflections on implementing a telehealth model to support triage across Urgent Care and Emergency Departments at a webinar last week.

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We are seeking people living in Canterbury with a lived experience of chronic pain or people who have been a carer or parent of a person with a lived experience of chronic pain to be part of a consumer group.

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Funding for a programme which aims to support people recently released from prison to re-engage with their general practice in Canterbury has been extended.

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Renee Noble has joined the CCN Leadership Team to ensure a community nursing perspective contributes to decisions about CCN priorities and recommendations for improving equitable access to health care services.

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Jennifer Voice is feeling well cared for this winter, thanks to the support of the Care Coordination Nursing team at Riccarton Clinic.

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Staff working in aged residential care facilities across the South Island are finding it easier to make informed decisions about their residents’ care with newly granted access to Health Connect South / HealthOne.

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A short-term project to capture successful elements of our system’s response to COVID-19 and use them as building blocks to enhance coordination and integration of health and social care for our wider community is underway.

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Proud Samoan and Ōtautahi/Christchurch local Mahlon Saumalu started with the CCN Leadership Team in March and is bringing a rangatahi - youth perspective to the table to help improve health services for our young people.

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Ensuring the rangatahi (youth) voice is heard across our Canterbury health system is the goal of Chelsea Skinner, who is a new CCN leadership team member with a youth perspective.