Unichem Russell Street Hastings (achieving asthma control test targets with Māori youth, equity focus)

Project overview: Unichem Russell Street Hastings worked in partnership with local asthma foundation branch, Breathe Hawkes Bay, and local GP practice, The Doctors Hastings, to reduce respiratory disease-related hospitalisation and GP visits in Māori and Pacific children aged 0–18 years old.

Primary care improvement case study: Childhood respiratory warrant of fitness: Unichem Russell Street, Hastings

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Commission news article ‘Undertaking child respiratory interventions in a community pharmacy’ (June 2018)

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Presentation from Whakakotahi learning session 1

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Presentation from Whakakotahi learning session 2

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Presentation from Whakakotahi learning session 3

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Pharmacy Today article on the project (May 2019)

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Commission news article ‘Respiratory ‘WOF’ and follow up improves Māori and Pacific children’s asthma management’ (July 2019)

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Infographic outlining the project’s results

 

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Mt Eden Pharmacy and Mt Eden Correctional Facility (improving asthma management, optimising self-management)

Project overview: Improving asthma management for men who will remain in custody for at least four weeks as determined by their allocated court date, optimising their self-management through written personalised action plans, reviewing guidelines and ensuring correct devices and medication.

Presentation from Whakakotahi learning session 2

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Last updated 26/05/2020