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Canterbury DHB CEO Update - Monday 13 February

Canterbury DHB CEO Update - Monday 13 February

In this week’s CEO Update, chief executive David Meates reflects on what has been achieved in the past six years since the February 2011 quakes.

Find out about the realities of rural general practice with Dr Chris Henry. Professor Richard Gearry talks hookworms, and how they may be good news for people with coeliac disease. There’s a new free app Aki Hauora, to help health professionals learn commonly-used medical terms in Te Reo. If you fancy a move to a friendly coastal paradise, check out the new roles now available at Kaikoura Health Te Hā O Te Ora; and be inspired by the working bee organised by a Christchurch Hospital Ward Clerk to create a bright garden outlook for patients.

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