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Workstreams focus on meeting the health needs and improving outcomes of specific populations or groups, such as rural or mental health. The purpose varies based on their population and may oversee project work carried out by other alliance groups (service level alliances, service development groups or working groups).

The membership of a workstream will include urban and rural professionals who participate (e.g. referrers or providers) in the relevant services, those who work in key related services, management from relevant health organisations and others who bring important perspective such as consumer, Māori, Pacific, migrant and rural voices.

Child And Youth
CHILD & YOUTH HEALTH

Enhancing the mental and physical health of children and young people in Canterbury from before birth through to the transition to adulthood.

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Health of older people
HEALTH OF OLDER PEOPLE

Enabling older adults to live well at home and in their community, with a view towards accessible, organised and coherent services for older adults in the community.

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mental health
MENTAL HEALTH

Supporting a cohesive approach to mental health in Canterbury by improving integration between health services and other social service agencies.

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Rural health
RURAL HEALTH

Improving the health outcomes of people living in rural parts of Canterbury by enabling appropriate access to health care services in rural areas.

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