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Pae Ora ki Waitaha aims to develop services that support people and their whānau/family to stay well. 

We are wanting people from the Waitaha/Canterbury community to answer two questions:

  • what does health and wellbeing mean to you?
  • what can the health system do to support you?

Pae ora is a holistic concept and includes three connected elements:

  • mauri ora – healthy individuals
  • whānau ora – healthy families
  • wai ora – healthy environments

We'll listen to what you tell us to help develop future services for our communities. 

You can fill in the survey online here or call the Facilitator to arrange a time for a phone call (details on the right). 

The survey is anonymous and open until 30 June 2021.

Pae Ora ki Waitaha sits under the Population Health and Access Service Level Alliance (PHASLA), which is part of the Canterbury Clinical Network.

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Cantabrians are being asked to complete a survey to share their thoughts on what they and their whānau need for their health and hauora / wellbeing. 

The survey is part of a project called, Pae Ora ki Waitaha which aims to develop a health system that support people and their whānau/family to stay well. Pae ora is a holistic concept and includes three connected elements, including Mauri ora – healthy individuals, Whānau ora – healthy families and Wai ora – healthy environments.

Pae Ora ki Waitaha Clinical Lead Dr Lynley Cook says, we are particularly interested in hearing from priority community groups, such as Māori, Pacifika, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD), youth, older people, Rainbow, rural and people with disabilities.

“Please share this survey with your networks, so the information gathered is rich, diverse and reflective of our community,” says Lynley.

Click here to access the survey – its quick, simple, anonymous and will help develop future services for our communities. The survey is open until 30 June 2021.

Pae Ora ki Waitaha sits under the Population Health and Access Service Level Alliance (PHASLA), which is part of the Canterbury Clinical Network.

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