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  • Powerhouse Couple! Ngaire and Richard Waka Ama World Sprints Medal Winners! | Manaia Health PHO
    proud bringing home respective silver and gold medals at the Va a Waka Ama World Sprints in Brazil Rio de Janeiro last week Richard managed to claim a SILVER And Ngaire got the GOLD Medal in the Master V1 section YAY Ngaire is the Health Promotion Manager here at Manaia Health PHO and is a true Lead By Example role model to many people and we are privileged to have

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  • Northland Health Sector Awards | Manaia Health PHO
    Health Advisory Groups Calendars General Practice Provider Documentation Links Login Community Resources Vacancies Home Northland Health Sector Awards Mon 11 08 2014 4 11pm martin Laura Teina Piripi health practitioner for the Far North Mental Health and Addiction Service receives the Taangata I Te Tuatahi People First award from Associate Director of Nursing Mary Carthew at the inaugural Northland Health Sector Awards ceremony held on Saturday evening 9th August 2014

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  • Safer Streets in 'Child Friendly City | Manaia Health PHO
    Health PHO About Us GP Guidelines Primary Health Care Nursing Quality Professional Development Child Health Clinical Services Health of the Older Person Services to Improve Access SIA Health Promotion Mental Health Well Being Safe Families Whakamana Whanau PHO Performance Programme Primary Options Maori Health Advisory Groups Calendars General Practice Provider Documentation Links Login Community Resources Vacancies Home Safer Streets in Child Friendly City Thu 10 07 2014 11 57am martin

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  • Whangarei: New Zealand’s first city to register for Child Friendly Cities Initiative | Manaia Health PHO
    and excited that Whangarei is the first city in New Zealand to commit to developing a city that better meets the needs of children and youth Whangarei Mayor Sheryl Mai agrees that UNICEF accreditation will benefit the children of the district and therefore all residents This is yet another first for Whangarei Working towards this accreditation aligns with the Council s efforts in recent years of creating a place where our children feel safer more valued and supported to grow It brings with it a focus and impetus to continue our efforts in this direction The key to our success will be partnership with organisations such as UNICEF and also with local child and youth agencies family members children and youth themselves There is no better insurance policy for a strong healthy well functioning future society than collectively putting our resources into our children and young people today Mayor Mai added Ms Mitchell who has been based at Manaia PHO further explained Whangarei will be undertaking this work collectively through the Northland Intersectoral Forum NIF has 19 members and includes all the heads of local and regional government agencies the Northland District Health Board the PHO Sport Northland and Northland Inc Members of the Forum have signed a Statement of Intent declaring their commitment to making Whangarei and the rest of Northland child and youth friendly NIF co chair Walter Wells added The NIF members agree tamariki and taitamariki deserve an environment where they can grow up healthy protected and respected The NIF Action Plan and Statement of Intent for a Child and Youth Friendly Whangārei builds on the important work of the NIF to support the wellbeing of all of our citizens Mr Wells also regional director for Te Puni Kōkiri added The opportunity to be foundational members towards becoming a Child and Youth Friendly City is welcomed and the plan provides practical guidance to creating wellbeing here in Whangārei Ms Mitchell added Learning to see our city through a child friendly lens is key to this work which covers things such as child and youth participation parks and recreation road safety and housing Initially we re gathering data to assess how well we re currently doing and then we ll strengthen our current plans so that we can work methodically towards becoming a fully accredited UNICEF NZ Child Friendly City In Whangarei we call it a Child and Youth Friendly City to ensure that young people know they are included There are four stages involved in becoming a Child Friendly City Registering the city s commitment to becoming a child friendly city Planning and implementing child friendly policy and practices across the city Becoming a UNICEF accredited child friendly city Continuing the good work and regularly assessing progress Ms Morris Travers concluded UNICEF NZ congratulates the Northland Intersectoral Forum for its work to ensure that children and youth in the region do well With councils around the country preparing their long term plans at the moment this is

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  • Nurses: a force for change – celebrating International Nurses Day by acknowledging, celebrating and encouraging excellence! | Manaia Health PHO
    their efforts at the second annual ACE acknowledging celebrating and encouraging excellence in nursing and midwifery and Values Awards Held in conjunction with International Nurses Day and International Day of the Midwife which both fell this month the ACE Awards evening drew 80 attendees The awards which previously focused on Primary Health Care Nurses were this year extended to include the Northland DHB and are a recognition of nurses and midwives achievements incorporating both the ACE Awards and Northland DHB values Following a light meal guests at Manaia House PHO were entertained and inspired by guest speaker Ministry of Health chief nurse Dr Jane O Malley who spoke about the evolution of nursing care Florence Nightingale is remembered perhaps as the lady with the lamp and her strong mythical like linkage to caring has often been romantically skewed a little too far but caring for her included a strong focus on discipline leadership and the importance of placing the person at the centre of care in the best possible situation to guide healing This resonates with the current focus on services as close to home as safely as possible Ms Nightingale would very much approve of the latest iteration of the move within and across the ministries to improve service integration working together with people and communities as centre to their concerns I think the whole notion of services as close to home as safe as possible is one she would applaud Florence would be proud of you all Awards recipients were then called to the stage to be presented their awards from Dr O Malley and the Director of Nursing and Midwifery Margareth Broodkoorn who acknowledged the special relationships nurses and midwives have in their Northland communities Primary Health Care Associate Director of Nursing Mary Carthew says the annual

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  • Manaia Health News | Manaia Health PHO
    CREDENTIAL IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE Fri 18 10 2013 8 13am martin From Left Judith Hall Suzie Costelloe Suzanne Mackay Donna Kuljish Robynann Dyson Chris Hutchinson Jann Leaming Veronique Norstrand Read more Te Puāwaitanga o Otangarei proves successful healthcare service Mon 05 08 2013 4 02pm martin Te Puāwaitanga o Otangarei proves successful healthcare service 7 02pm Sunday 21 July 2013 There s a healthcare centre in Otangarei in Whangarei established by the community concerned about the large number of deaths and illnesses who do not go to the doctors due to high fees Over the past 10 years Te Puāwaitanga o Otangarei Healthcare Centre has achieved remarkable success and outcomes Read more Forget the Bling Bling do the Whanau Thing Fri 21 06 2013 1 48pm Janine Forget the Bling Bling do the Whanau Thing is an annual campaign which aims to reduce the economic and social stress experienced by low income families at Christmas time This project is about providing information and tools to families and communities as a reminder that Christmas is a time to spend celebrating life with families and friends rather than spending lots of money on expensive presents which leave families in debt and stressed Read more Maori Health Leadership Awards with a focus on Mental Health and Addictions Wed 23 01 2013 7 55am martin The three 3 Henry Rongomau Bennett Foundation Tohu Hiranga Excellence Awards are 1 Bob Henare Award The specific focus of the Bob Henare Excellence Award is to by recognising excellence innovation and best practice support rangatahi under 25 years Māori leadership in the mental health sector Candidates for this Award must be nominated One Award of up to 5000 each will be made in 2013 2 Harry Pitman Award BOB HENARE Nomination Booklet 2013 pdf Harry Pitman Nomination

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  • Manaia Health PHO LTD - Location | Manaia Health PHO
    Us Education Our YouTube Channel Manaia Health PHO About Us GP Guidelines Primary Health Care Nursing Quality Professional Development Child Health Clinical Services Health of the Older Person Services to Improve Access SIA Health Promotion Mental Health Well Being Safe Families Whakamana Whanau PHO Performance Programme Primary Options Maori Health Advisory Groups Calendars General Practice Provider Documentation Links Login Community Resources Vacancies Home Manaia Health PHO LTD Location 28 30

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  • What you can do for yourself? | Manaia Health PHO
    available in your community Previous Page Diabetes Self Management Courses 62 families have been helped by their loved one learning how to cope with diabetes This free course is run for 2 ½ hours a week for 6 weeks and is designed to help people understand diabetes learn skills and gain confidence in managing their condition I can now let my whānau know what I have learnt and how it can help them towards their health Being free to discuss personal experiences was great helped heaps Does not seem so scary now Diabetes Conversations These are group sessions that cover healthy eating why healthy eating is important in managing diabetes and addresses challenges to healthy eating Dietitian Supermarket Tours Supermarket tours are a free service run by your PHO Whakamana Hauora Whakamana Hauora is a 6 week course for 2½ hours a week and is available for anybody suffering from a long term health condition who is enrolled in the CarePlus programme Also training to be a leader in Whakamana Hauora is available this consists of 4 study days Top left Manaia Health PHO staff member and Whakamana Hauora Trainer Jayne Hill and Bev Hart with the Dargaville Whakamana Hauora

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