Key themes from the most recent strategic planning workshop.
Outlines CCN's strategic focus and direction over a 5-year period.
Demonstrates the structure of the Canterbury Clinical Network.
Find out who is responsible for key areas of work.
Outlines the key principles and rules of engagement our members sign up to.
One page printable fact sheet about the Canterbury Clinical Network.
Meeting dates and details for CCN groups.
See past editions of CCN's bi-monthly electronic newsletter.
CCN's key targets, actions and timeframes for 2020-21/22.
Priority actions and shared areas of focus: CCN Work Programme 2020-21.
Canterbury's guide to achieve best health outcomes for whānau Māori.
Canterbury's Māori Health Action Plan on the District Health Board website.
Enabling assessment and planning for improved Māori health outcomes.
The Health Equity Assessment Tool: A User's Guide
A framework for improving health outcomes for Pacifica peoples.
The priority actions for our Pacific peoples over the next five years.
Framework for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities.
A plan for improving the health system for people with disabilities.
Alcohol-related harm reduction strategy.
Improvement Plan showing the System Level Measures Framework.
Demonstrates the shared outcomes of our integrated health system.
Reporting CCN's progress towards targets and system outcomes.
Inteviews with principals, Provider Network members and kaimahi.
One mum's story about her journey to becoming smokefree.
Breathing easier with the Better Breathing Programme.
Sharing the benefits of Shared Care Plans with Pasifika Matua
A case study series highlighting critical alliance elements that lead to positive outcomes.
A case study series exploring how practices use Enhanced Capitation funding to make a difference.
All of Government website with the latest updates and resources related to Covid-19
Guidance about visiting restrictions during the changing alert levels, plus additional information.
Information about Covid-19 written and approved by local healthcare professionals.
The organisation leading the region’s primary care emergency planning, response and recovery.
A national mental health and wellbeing campaign developed by the team at All Right? to help our community get through the COVID-19 outbreak.