Monday 28 August 2023Waitaha Canterbury Pānui1 minute to read
In this edition of Te Whatu Ora Waitaha | Canterbury Pānui
The use of surgical mesh in surgery for stress urinary incontinence has paused, pending the review of a petition from a mesh-injured woman and the implementation of some additional measures.
Also, in this edition, you can read about the team meeting the needs of young people with psychosis and with a change of season just around the corner, we start our first in a new series of reader contributions based around what spring means.
There's photos of last week's successful career expo, which drew around 140 Canterbury secondary school students to explore what a future career in health might look like and require. Check out the short test to review what you have learned in our akoranga reo Māori this year.
You can read the Te Whatu Ora Waitaha | Canterbury Pānui in two different formats:
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