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Keri Kaa's story

PUBLICATION: 19 Feb 2019, ACP information for consumers

Videos and posters of Keri Kaa, who has shared her personal story for the advance care planning campaign Kia kōrero | Let's talk.

Cheryl Cameron's story

PUBLICATION: 19 Feb 2019, ACP information for consumers

Videos and posters of Cheryl Cameron, who has shared her personal story for the advance care planning campaign Kia kōrero | Let's talk.

Clive Aspin's story

PUBLICATION: 19 Feb 2019, ACP information for consumers

Videos and posters of Clive Aspin, who has shared his personal story for the advance care planning campaign Kia kōrero | Let's talk.

Noel Tiano's story

PUBLICATION: 19 Feb 2019, ACP information for consumers

Videos and posters of Noel Tiano, who has shared his personal story for the advance care planning campaign Kia kōrero | Let's talk.

Pusi Urale's story

PUBLICATION: 19 Feb 2019, ACP information for consumers

Videos and posters of Pusi Urale, who has shared her personal story for the advance care planning campaign Kia kōrero | Let's talk.

Arthur Te Anini's story

PUBLICATION: 19 Feb 2019, ACP information for consumers

Videos and posters of Arthur Te Anini, who has shared his personal story for the advance care planning campaign Kia kōrero | Let's talk.

Co-design will help improve transitions

NEWS: 15 Oct 2018, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

The Connecting Care Project will see health service providers, consumers, and their families and whānau working together to better understand and improve the experience of transitions between or within providers.

Have you done an advance care plan?

NEWS: 1 Oct 2018, ACP information for consumers

Planning for her future care was the last thing on Wendy Betteridge’s mind, until a cardiac arrest 18 months ago forced her to change her thinking.

Reshaping the rules at Hutt Valley DHB

NEWS: 24 Jul 2018, Health Quality & Safety Commission

Staff at Hutt Valley District Health Board (DHB) are being encouraged to speak up if they think an aspect of patient care isn’t working, or is unnecessary, and suggest a better approach.