CDHB


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AcronymDefinition
CDHBCanterbury District Health Board (UK)
CDHBConsumer-Directed Health Benefit
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Senior CDHB managers have also pointed to government inaction and inadequate funding as the major reasons for ongoing staff stress.
Ryder's records were accessed via a picture archiving system that the CDHB uses to provide clinicians around the South Island with a platform to communicate and provide second opinions to one another.
Over the years strong relationships and partnerships have been established between St George's Maternity service and other health professionals, for example: midwife and GP LMCs, colleagues at Women's Health Division CDHB, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology lecturers and midwifery students, NZCOM regional members, immunisation co-ordinators, well child providers, and other community agencies.
CDHB Service Manager for Children's Health Anne Morgan says she is very grateful to the Fresh Future Trust and Progressive Enterprises staff for all the hard work they put into raising funds for child health services.
Although Meates said that the alleged four staff members had not faced any disciplinary action yet, however, he hinted that if found guilty, the four could face dismissal as the CDHB takes a serious view of privacy breaches.
I adapted a pressure-relieving mattress ordering guide to fit the Glamorgan scoring and a nurse educator developed a "pressure injury prevention actions for care plan" and introduced the whole package at CDHB mandatory child health study days in 2014.
10) This recommendation was a key factor in the implementation of the Caesar in a Hurry at CDHB, as well as other interprofessional projects, such as the practical obstetric multiprofessional training and newborn life support courses.
Executive director of nursing at CDHB Mary Gordon sees the new pathway as "a positive step forward.
Training for workplace reps, which is working at CDHB, is one aspect of a comprehensive commitment to H&S.