Monday 14 November 2022Waitaha Canterbury Pānui2 minutes to read
In this edition of Te Whatu Ora Waitaha | Canterbury Pānui
With Christmas a little over a month away, it's time for those who are able, to think about and start planning annual leave. We will be undertaking three short, sharp Ngātahitanga Pulse Surveys in the coming months. Ngātahitanga describes the values and principles that foster a ‘team of teams’ culture, and the surveys will provide real-time understanding of employee engagement.
We celebrate some of our sporting kaimahi (staff) this week with the race-winning Te Whatu Ora Waitaha waka ama (outrigger canoe) team and a past Project SEARCH intern qualifying to represent New Zealand in swimming. There's recognition for an award-winning Charge Sonographer and gratitude for an Enrolled Nurse and student who has been assisting with extra shifts in Christchurch Hospital.
Yesterday was the beginning of Transgender Awareness Week, Aotearoa Patient Safety Day is on Thursday, and Friday marks the beginning of World Antimicrobial Awareness Week. If you're following our weekly te reo Māori akoranga (lesson), this week is good for the clinicians as it's all about body parts.
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