Monday 16 September 2019Waitaha Canterbury Pānui1 minute to read
Acting CEO Mary Gordon welcomes the recent announcement of additional government funding to help meet the long-term mental health and wellbeing needs of people affected by the 15 March terror attacks. She shares the news that the All Right? Sparklers toolkit, originally developed for Canterbury in response to the earthquakes, will now be rolled out nationally. She also reports back on the Spirit of Service awards last week where Mana Ake was recognised as a finalist.
This issue also includes how computer algorithms can help doctors determine a patient's risk of a heart attack, information about a registry to improve health outcomes for men with prostate cancer, insights into the work of Canterbury Health Laboratories, and much more.
You can read the Canterbury DHB CEO Update in two different formats:
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