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The Bay of Plenty District Health Board is one of 20 District Health Boards in New Zealand
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NZ Blood Service Sep 22
Find out more about your own blood type, and who you can help with it by clicking here:
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TTO Public Health Sep 19
Online gaming: what's the fuss? Concerns over the addictive nature of online gaming and its effects will be addressed by a national expert at a free event in Tauranga next week.
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BOP District Health Sep 19
Super proud of Dr Kate Grimwade & Team for their innovative work recognised at the recent International Forum on Quality & Safety in Healthcare, Melbourne. With a Congratulating tweet to the team from Health Minister David Clark!
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hellomynameisPrue Sep 19
We need to do more than acknowledge a Maori world view - it needs to be business as usual Great talk Anna
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hellomynameisPrue Sep 19
trials Kaihautu - Māori Cancer Hauora Navigator. Helping people, whanau and clinicians. Great concept.
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David Clark Sep 18
Congrats to Dr Kate Grimwade & team at Bay of Plenty DHB on their winning formula for care of hospital patients. Innovative work recognised at recent International Forum on Quality &Safety in Healthcare in Melbourne. Check out Tales From the Red Chair:
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BOP District Health Sep 18
Psychotherapist & NZs leading expert on gaming addiction James Driver will be hosting a free event, Gaming - What's The Fuss? on 26 September at Tauranga Boys' College - 7pm to 8.30pm. It is a chance for parents to hear some reasoned discussion on an emotional topic.
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Quality Improvement @ BOP Sep 17
Congratulations Jane, fantastic recognition for your dedication and great work in for our community
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BOP District Health Sep 17
Are you a customer focused IT professional? An opportunity exists to join our Clinical Applications Team. Apply today!
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BCFNZ Sep 16
A new BCFNZ supported study hopes to better understand why more Māori women are dying of breast cancer than any other ethnicity across the country.
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St John NZ Sep 16
Two Southland-based St John staff are set to represent the country at the FernoSim Australasian competitions later this month on the Gold Coast. Read more:
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Ageing Well Sep 16
Need for holistic approach to patient care emphasised. A big round of applause for Director Prof Dave Baxter for his dedication and determination towards profession. Read the full article 👉
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Western Bay of Plenty Primary Health Organisation Sep 16
Have you heard about our Health and Wellness Sevices on 1st Ave? Our caring staff offer outreach programmes to connect with Western Bay people. They help people manage health issues such as blood pressure, weight loss, and long-term conditions (heart, diabetes, respiratory).
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BOP District Health Sep 13
Korero (speak) Have a look at the 100 Māori words all New Zealanders should know
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CanTeen New Zealand Sep 12
CanTeen relies on the generosity of people like you to support young people affected by cancer. Every dollar makes a difference. Donate today:
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CanTeen New Zealand Sep 13
CanTeen's Street Appeal is today! If you see our volunteers please give generously.
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Bill Shorten Sep 12
A conversation can change a life.
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Western Bay of Plenty Primary Health Organisation Sep 11
Kia ora koutou. It's Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori (Māori language week) - the perfect time to improve our health vocabularly in te reo. Why not start by checking out these two Māori language apps. One of them is free!
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BOP District Health Sep 12
tuhi (write) Have a go at texting, posting or blogging in te reo Māori
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BOP District Health Sep 11
pānui (read) a Māori phrasebook, Have a look at Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori rauemi (resources)
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