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An academic journal that nourishes grass roots research - now that's collaboration! Read more here -

www.massey.ac.nz/massey/about-massey/news/article.cfm?mnarticle_uuid=596CA2D0-EB14-4823-AAE0-10BC...
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4 days ago

Kahungunu kia eke!
Rangatahi drive, Kahungunu led 🙂
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4 days ago

Meet Jess Trew. She is the Health Promoter at the Hawke's Bay centre and covers Wairoa through to CHB and everything in-between. Jess has been in the job now for nearly 3 years and loves the variety of the role. “At the Cancer Society, Health Promotion covers a number of different areas: Sun-Protection, Smokefree, Physical Activity, Nutrition, and Men’s Health to name a few, so no two weeks are ever the same.”
She says highlights so far have been working in the Smokefree Space with an awesome Smokefree Coalition, and working with so many amazing Hawke's Bay schools "who just get it", and value the importance of Sun-protection and Safe Environments for our tamariki.
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1 week ago

Whakatū whare ki Pāharakeke - Waingākau 👏🏽Waingākau Village is in full-swing with the first homes near completion. Get in touch with the team if you have any questions about being a part of Waingākau village in West Flaxmere - info@waingakau.co.nz ... See MoreSee Less

Whakatū whare ki Pāharakeke - Waingākau 👏🏽

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Kia kaha koutou nga kaipatu ahi ki te tiaki i tenei maunga rongonui a tatau. Ko koutou a runga! ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

No one should experience bias in health care.

This Wiki Haumaru Tūroro | Patient Safety Week, we’re showing our commitment to improving health care for all patients and their families and whānau.

Learn more: bit.ly/PSW-NZ

#PSWNZ #whomebiased #patientsafety
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2 weeks ago

No one should experience bias in health care.

This Wiki Haumaru Tūroro | Patient Safety Week, we’re showing our commitment to improving health care for all patients and their families and whānau.

Learn more: bit.ly/PSW-NZ

#PSWNZ #whomebiased #patientsafety
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3 weeks ago

Reminder - there's a free antenatal breastfeeding class happening this coming Monday at the hospital in Hastings.

Head along to the Education Centre (on the Canning Rd side of the hospital) from 5.30-7.30pm, and bring your support person!

These classes are packed full of information you will need to breastfeed your baby, with plenty of time for questions.

See more info about breastfeeding and how to prepare for it on our website: www.ourhealthhb.nz/preparing-for-breastfeeding/
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3 weeks ago

A new combined cardiology and radiology scanning unit will begin operating at Wairoa Hospital by the end of the year!

Once the services are fully implemented they will save an average 90 cardiac patients and 90 general ultrasound patients a year a trip to Hawke’s Bay Hospital.

There'll also be new x-ray equipment for Wairoa in early 2020. Read all about it here: bit.ly/toptechforwairoa
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3 weeks ago

Fantastic FREE offer: People living in homes they own (built pre-2008) in Flaxmere (and Maraenui, Napier) can have free insulation in the roof and underfloor. There are no catches - no income limits; the installation guys just have to be able to get into the roof and under the floor. For all the details (including how it is being funded and the phone number to call) see: www.voxy.co.nz/national/5/351021

PLEASE SHARE THIS AROUND. We can have all our homes warm and dry by next winter!
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