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Other key publications by specific services, professions and topics

Equity Report, Rapua Te Ara Matua

Rapua Te Ara Matua Equity Report
Disability responsiveness

Disability Responsiveness Plan 2021-2023 
Human Resources and Organisational Development

Waikato DHB Strategic Direction for Our People – Te Rautaki Mā Tātou Ki Mua (February 2019)
Maternity Improvement

Waikato DHB Maternity Annual Report 2019-2020
Mental Health and Addictions

Waikato DHB Mental Health and Addictions Strategy 2016-2021
Midland Regional DHBs

Regional Services Plan 2019-2022

Your mental health after birth

… Auckland.
Suicide Crisis Helpline – Call 0508 TAUTOKO (0508 828 865).
Healthline – Call 0800 611 116.
Samaritans – Call 0800 726 666.
Helpful websites
New and Expectant Waikato Parents – services and information for parents. – information and resources to help with depression (includes Pasifika)
Mental Health Foundation – information and resources to help with mental health and suicide prevention.
Women’s Health Action – information about a range of topics including mental healt…

Corporate and Performance Support

… performance and infrastructure services, including:

Business & Support (including Biomedical Engineering and Attendants)
Change Management
Information Services
Legal Services
Media and Communications
People & Performance (including Human Resources, Health & Safety)
Performance Support (including Data Quality, Clinical Records and Clinical Coding)
Property & Infrastructure (including Facilities, Security and Parking)
Supply Chain 
ContactPhone: 07 839 8899 fo…

Having twins or more

… provides networking, education, support and advocacy for families with multiples.

The association runs clubs throughout New Zealand, which provide moral support, information and playgroups. Some also provide antenatal education, hire equipment and library resources.

Join a club as soon as possible so you can access information and support throughout your pregnancy and once your babies have arrived.  

Visit or call 0800 4TWINS (0800 489 467).

CALD Waikato workshops

… These courses are open to health professionals working in secondary care, primary care and NGO health sectors.

Please note any prerequisite for the workshop/s you are interested in attending.  
For general information about eCALD online courses and resources, visit the eCALD website

For information about the face-to-face workshops at Waikato DHB in 2019, see information below.
CALD workshops at Waikato DHBThese face-to-face courses provide learners with insight and understanding of value dime…

Breastfeeding your baby

… this app created by local health professionals for New Zealand women. The app includes comprehensive information and stories, information about how to breastfeed and sections with help and advice.
Breastfeeding (Waikato DHB) – breastfeeding tips and resources.
Breastfeeding (Ministry of Health) – breastfeeding information for mothers and supporters.
La Leche League NZ – information and support from experienced mothers.
Plunket – practical breastfeeding advice.
Women's Health Action – info…

Region Wide

… Tinana, Taha Whānau, Taha Hinengaro
Essential service during all levels of Covid. Supporting families to live free from domestic abuse. Provide safe housing; 24 hour crisis services; community support services; support & advocacy; information & resources. 24/7 essential services during covid.
Phone: 24/7 crisis line 07 855 1569 or (0800) 733 843 REFUGE

Toi Te Ora contactTaha Tinana, Taha Hinengaro, Taha Whaanau, Taha Wairua, Taiao, Iwi Katoa
Welfare Referrals


… floor problems will facilitate these conversations to occur within the work setting.
Provide a safe, confidential space to allow patients to talk, and support practitioners to learn more about assessing and managing, as well as understanding available resources that can contribute and provide practitioners with a sense of making a difference to their patients’ lives.
Looking at alternative spaces to facilitate discussions (such as group education or discussions) may also promote healthy convers…

Formula feeding your baby

… to breastfeed. However you choose to feed your baby, the staff at Waikato Hospital and the primary birth centres are here to help and support you. 

The information below will give you some general information about formula feeding, as well as other resources to lower any health risks for your baby. 

Preparing formula feedsIt’s important to make up formula feeds correctly and clean the bottles and teats carefully to avoid your baby getting sick. Formula does not have the same immune protection…

Let's talk rural wellbeing - Welcome to our Fieldays stand

… wellbeing during the COVID-19 response are available on the Ministry of Health Website:

Some of these tools are also valuable in everyday life when COVID is not around.

Keep yourself and your family safe

Anyone living or working in rural areas knows that life can be satisfying – but it can sometimes be stressful and often…