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Launch of Te Pae Tata | Interim New Zealand Health Plan

Today marks another milestone for our New Zealand health reform as we are pleased to announce the official release of Te Pae Tata | interim New Zealand Health Plan

Te Pae Tata has been developed to outline what Te What Ora will do differently over the next two years to build the foundations of a sustainable and affordable, unified health system to better serve our communities.


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Planned care programme will make lasting differences to health service delivery

Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand’s chief executive Margie Apa says the report from the Planned Care Taskforce, released today, represents long term and lasting differences to the way...

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'COVID-19 Cruise Ship Exercise' provides inter-agency problem-solving practice

The Nelson Marlborough Health Protection team led forty-one attendees from fifteen different organisations in a COVID-19 Cruise Ship Exercise with the aim of strengthening lines of communication and preparing for a busy cruise season. 


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World Osteoporosis Day October 20, 2022: Make your first fracture your last fracture.

Osteoporosis New Zealand urge Kiwis to prevent life-threatening future fractures by getting to know their bones a little better.

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Health Care Assistant Apprenticeships prove an appealing path into healthcare at Motueka Career Fair

Learn about Health Care Assistant apprentices: on-the-job training for a career in health that can lead to higher-level roles in nursing, midwifery, and social work.


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Retailers thanked for helping protect young people from harm

Te Whatu Ora Health New Zealand Nelson Marlborough Health Protection Operations Manager Sonya Briggs says a Controlled Purchase Operation was conducted in the Richmond/Hope/Appleby area recently – and all retailers passed the test.


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World Allied Health World Allied Health Professions Day - 14 October

"Words are so inefficient sometimes. How can two small words adequately convey my admiration, respect and thankfulness for the work you all do?

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'Effective Feedback' event shows the importance of a growth mindset when learning in a clinical setting

From the University of Otago Christchurch, Lutz Beckert, Associate Dean Medical Education and Louise Beckingsale, Education Adviser, led the session on effective feedback. "The engagement in this event reflects that Nelson is a great place to learn," Lutz reflected.


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Countdown Pharmacy Richmond Closing from Sunday 2 October 2022

Please note that Countdown Pharmacy Richmond at 144 Salisbury Road is closing until further notice, from Sunday 2nd October 2022. Sunday will be its final day of operation.

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Te Whare Tapa Whā comes to life in a new collaborative artwork by community mental health

The story of a collaboration between a community mental health group, a local artist, and the support that made their Te Whare Tapa Whā mural possible. 


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