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Collective Action with Communities

Localities are considered as a community of interest used for the purposes of localising primary and community-based care.

The locality is intended to drive a focus on equity and priority populations based on the whānau needs and priorities of that community.

Collective action with communities creates an opportunity to foster integration or connected models of care and services to ensure people have greater choice over the services they access. It also provides a platform for health and wellbeing networks to be in the driving seat of design and implementation of localised initiatives.

It is vital that those with lived experiences within a community are part of the network and are provided with a platform to be heard. Networks or localities are supported by a Collective Impact approach that creates opportunities to understand what matters to whānau.

Localities/Rohe

Karōria Johns talks about what a Rohe means to her as a lived experience advisor.

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Collective action resources

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Dr Andrew Miller,

GP Bush Road Medical

I really like the idea of revisiting the concept of risk stratification. Even renaming the element to "opportunity stratification" would change the mindset of seeing patients as "risks". We should be looking for opportunities to find out "what matters to people" and engage with people to try and resolve the things that are getting in the way of well being.

This means looking a data that sits outside of health and takes into consideration the social determinants that impact on well being. It also means having care planning that starts with social determinants and patient activation measures before making our business as usual medical model plans.

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