Quick use of innovative data analysis helped our health partners support a massive civil defence, welfare and public health response to the severe weather event in Te Tauihu.
From floods to fog, our flight nurses' priority is to safely get patients to the specialist services they need, all over the country
An emergency, like the severe weather event the Nelson Marlborough region experienced this August, has a way of bringing the complexities of our health care system into focus.
Flooding evacuation of Pathways’ aged care mental health facility shows interconnectedness of wider health system
The state of emergency event in Nelson Marlborough demonstrated the benefits of a connected health system which looks beyond traditional silos to ensure whānau-centred care for vulnerable populations.
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Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand, Nelson Marlborough is proud of the emergency response in the wake of the severe weather event in the District.
Health Incident Controller, Hilary Exton said, “It is a privilege to be part of such a well-connected community, which comes together in times of need.”
A Youth Council member describes their experience at a Wellbeing for Young People session hosted by Tasman District Council and our Hauora Rangatahi Health Promotor updates us on a planter box project and the Bohally Recreation Leadership Group - a programme to increase outdoor education and connection to the whenua.
This page provides information about making water safe during a flood event, tips for hygiene, avoiding water-borne illnesses and links to more information about drinking water supply safety.
Registered nurse and Whanake Youth co-founder, Lee-ann O'Brien shares her experience and insight supporting young people and explains why health literacy develops from a sense of independence and autonomy.
Topics include: anxiety in schools, engagement in education, and the importance of listening to youth.
Helping our young people to understand and navigate their mental health and build resilience is core to supporting them through this turbulence.