This weeks Bouquet goes to...

1 May 2019

Congratulations to our ACP display competition winners!


Thank you very much for your support with Advance Care Planning. The display competition closed last Friday. Congratulations to our 3 winning teams - Hopefully by now your hampers have arrived!


Klazz McKinnon  and the fabulous Raukura Hauora O Tainui Waahi Health Clinic your display and Vimeo were amazing  

Click here to see Vimeo


Heather Mitchell and the fabulous Paeroa Medical Centre team ‘Morning tea with ACP’  -  YES!



Margaret White and the fabulous team from Raukura Hauora Te Rengarenga Medical Clinic what a wonderfully creative display - we  particularly liked the collage and your smiling faces introducing ACP



Please don’t hesitate to contact Karlynne at if you would like any further support with ACP


Remember you can order resources free on line from here Please click here to be directed to the site. Please remember to include a physical address with your order. There is no charge for any of the ACP resources. Alternatively here is a link;


We encourage all your staff to complete the Level 1 ACP eLearning modules please share the link amongst your colleagues

L1 eLearning: four modules: considering ACP, talking about ACP, changing outcomes, clarifying ACP process. Once you start one module, you must complete it in order for your work to be saved. You do not need to complete all four in one go.

You login into your L1 modules here -  

Please note: You will need to create an account to be able to log in and register to access the eLearning.


If you/your teams would like further training regards loading your plans in Manage my Health or further practice with ACP conversations please do not hesitate to contact Karlynne Earp, or your HPHO Practice support team. We would warmly welcome any feedback you have, and or stories you would like to share regarding ACP


“Me haere tahi tātou mō te hauora me te oranga o ngā iwi katoa o Aotearoa”

“Let us journey together for the health and wellbeing of the people of Aotearoa”

(Rev Leo Te Kira 15 December 2005)