Visiting the 24 Hour Surgery under COVID-19 Protection Framework (Traffic Light) Orange

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Know what to expect at the 24 Hour Surgery during COVID-19 Protection Framework (Traffic Light) Orange. You can call HealthLine 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, on 0800 611 116 for advice. If you come to the 24 Hour Surgery at Traffic Light Red: Walk to the main entrance where you will be

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Cantabrians develop relationships and sexuality educational app for youth of Aotearoa

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A mobile app providing sex, sexuality, relationship, gender, and identity education for young Kiwis, aged 13 to 24, is under development at the University of Canterbury. Faculty of Health lecturer Tracy Clelland, Masters student Cate Mentink, and health educator Jessica McQuoid are the driving force behind the app called Te Puāwaitanga: Beyond the Birds and

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Nursing mihi celebrates Pegasus nurses

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Pegasus Health recently held a mihi (celebration) for five new nurse  graduates in the Nursing Entry to Practice Programme (NetP) and thanked last year’s NetP nurses for their efforts. You can see the full story plus a short video clip of the event on our Pegasus Nursing 2020 page. Congratulations to all our new NetP

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Pegasus Health welcomes new Director of Hauora Māori and Ōritetanga

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Pegasus Health’s commitment to equity and access will be further strengthened with the appointment of Irihāpeti Mahuika as its Director of Hauora (Health and Wellbeing) Māori and Ōritetanga (Equity and Equality). This newly-created role supports Pegasus Health’s commitment to reduce inequities, increase access to services and improve hauora outcomes for Māori in Canterbury. “Irihāpeti will

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Reading in Mind at Tūranga

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On Saturday 10 August the Pegasus Health ‘Reading in Mind’ team joined a mental health and wellbeing showcase with Ōtautahi Creative Spaces at Tūranga. The Reading in Mind scheme works with Christchurch City Libraries and MHERC to provide a resource to support people experiencing low-to-moderate mental health issues. They do this by providing lists of

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