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We can learn a great deal from adaptations made by the health and disability sector during the COVID pandemic, and through learning, provide better, more equitable and accessible services and be better prepared for future challenges.

Kōrero on over-diagnosis and over-treatment with Dr Peter Kuling

NEWS: 9 Apr 2019

A healthy 50-year-old man and father of three was symptom free but proceeded with a PSA test. The results were slightly high, so he went for a biopsy. During the biopsy he got an infection which caused a stroke due to a septic embolus, and he lost f

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.

Primary care engaging with whānau where they are

NEWS: 22 Jun 2018, Primary Care

Turanga Health's Māori whanāu health project is one of the six successful initiatives chosen for the Health Quality & Safety Commission’s Whakakotahi 2018 primary care quality improvement challenge.