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CEO Update 23 April 2018

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A word from Chief Executive David Meates

David explains how a measles outbreak is investigated by Community and Public Health, reflects on the sacrifices of health staff in recognition of ANZAC Day and reiterates the supports in place to help keep staff safe.

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Our stories

Administrators recognised on Administrative Professionals Day

Older Person Health and Rehabilitation Allied Health Assistants graduate

South Island Eating Disorder Service farewells Social Worker Eleanor Anderson

Recognising ANZAC Day

Allied Health career rewarding

One minute with... Ann Vanschevensteen, Health Promoter

Regulars

Bouquets

The Library

Facilities Fast Facts

Destination Outpatients

Notices

Flu shots: Pick your time and write it down!

Canterbury Grand Round

Vaccine trial for pregnant women

CHMSA Symposium: “We are all responsible: Gender inequities in medicine, and why that must change”

We’re talking health... free public event

Postgraduate Studies in Public Health

Quality & Patient Safety Presentation: Attitude is everything


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