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An example of effective consumer engagement by HUCHS
28 Jan 2021
In September 2020, the Hutt Union and Community Health Service (HUCHS) launched Te Kete Hauora Patient Advisory Team Workbook which has proven to be an innovative and successful tool in gathering high quality feedback and engagement.
Collaborative, multidisciplinary approach improves tamariki eczema management
28 Oct 2020
Several Hawke’s Bay families have seen an improvement in the physical and emotional wellbeing of their young tamariki with eczema, thanks to a Whakakotahi quality improvement project.
Whānau Ora approach supporting diabetes self-management
04 Sep 2020
A Whānau Ora approach to encourage people with diabetes to take control of their own health is having success in the King Country.
Towards quality improvement at scale in the New Zealand primary care setting: Findings from consumer and health service engagement
This document, Towards quality improvement at scale in the New Zealand primary care setting, was commissioned to help us plan how to achieve quality improvement at scale in primary care.
Tuvaluan community drives message to improve skin infection rates
A community-driven approach has played a vital role in a project that has reduced the rate of skin and soft tissue infections among under 25-year-olds in West Auckland’s Tuvaluan community by more than 40 percent.
Progressing consumer engagement in primary care | Te whakakoke i te whai wāhi a te kiritaki ki te tiaki hauora tuatahi
This resource aims to support primary care providers, alliances and primary health organisations (PHOs) to progress consumer engagement in primary care. It offers context, tools and examples for primary care providers, alliances and PHOs to consider.