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Sleep on side when baby
Flyer
Sleep on side when baby's inside - Samoan
Gives information for pregnant women about how sleeping on her side in her 3rd trimester of pregnancy is proven to reduce the risk of stillbirth by half. MoH code HE2573.
Actual title: Moe i lou itū ‘a‘o i ai pepe i le manava.
PAP0158
Sleep on side when baby
Flyer
Sleep on side when baby's inside - Tongan
Gives information for pregnant women about how sleeping on her side in her 3rd trimester of pregnancy is proven to reduce the risk of stillbirth by half. MoH code HE2574.
Actual title: Mohe fakatafa lolotonga kei-i-manava ho‘o pēpeé.
PAP0157
Sleep on side when baby
Flyer
Sleep on side when baby's inside - Te Reo Māori
Gives information for pregnant women about how sleeping on her side in her 3rd trimester of pregnancy is proven to reduce the risk of stillbirth by half.  MoH code HE2572.
Actual title: Moe i te taha i te wā kei rō puku a pēpi.
MAH0117
Safer bars and restaurants: A guide to Crime Prevention through Environmental Design
Book
Safer bars and restaurants: A guide to Crime Prevention through Environmental Design
Provides guidance for licensees and their staff to assist in establishing and maintaining a safe and secure environment in pubs, taverns, hotels, bars, restaurants, cafes and clubs.
DRU0141
Safer bottle stores: A guide to Crime Prevention through Environmental Design
Book
Safer bottle stores: A guide to Crime Prevention through Environmental Design
Provides guidance for licensees and their staff to assist in establishing and maintaining a safe and secure environment in bottle stores.
DRU0143
Guidelines for Safe Zones at Large Events
Book
Guidelines for Safe Zones at Large Events
Designed to help event organisers plan for and provide Safe Zones for intoxicated patrons at large events, as part of an Alcohol Management Plan.
DRU0140
Sleep on side when baby
Flyer
Sleep on side when baby's inside - Hindi
Gives information for pregnant women about how sleeping on her side in her 3rd trimester of pregnancy is proven to reduce the risk of stillbirth by half. MoH code HE2575.
WOH0146
He waka eke noa - Te Reo Māori
Poster - A3 Set
He waka eke noa - Te Reo Māori
Reminds Cantabrians that we can go through a range of emotions in tough times, and that there are natural, healthy reactions to process our experiences. Part of the campaign to promote wellbeing in Canterbury. Set contains 6 posters.
MNH0238
He waka eke noa postcards - Te Reo Māori
Pack
He waka eke noa postcards - Te Reo Māori
Available in the Greater Christchurch region only.
Reminds Cantabrians that we can go through a range of emotions in tough times, and that there are natural, healthy reactions to process our experiences. Part of the campaign to promote wellbeing in Canterbury (He waka eke noa). Set includes 6 postcards.
MNH0237
There is a way through: A guide for people experiencing stress, depression and anxiety
Booklet
There is a way through: A guide for people experiencing stress, depression and anxiety
Gives advice how to recognise and seek help for stress, depression and anxiety. MoH code HE2570.
MNH0024
DIY Digital Detox Box
Sticker Sheet
DIY Digital Detox Box
A workplace or whānau detox box is a great way to catch some digital downtime together. Get this sticker set to make your own detox box! Part of the campaign to promote wellbeing in Canterbury.
MNH0236
He waka eke noa postcards
Pack
He waka eke noa postcards
Available in the Greater Christchurch region only.
Reminds Cantabrians that we can go through a range of emotions in tough times, and that there are natural, healthy reactions to process our experiences. Part of the campaign to promote wellbeing in Canterbury (He waka eke noa). Set includes 6 postcards.
MNH0229
He waka eke noa: It
Poster - A3
He waka eke noa: It's all right to have a cry
Reminds Cantabrians that we can go through a range of emotions in tough times, and that there are natural, healthy reactions to process our experiences. Part of the campaign to promote wellbeing in Canterbury (He waka eke noa).
MNH0230
He waka eke noa: It
Poster - A3
He waka eke noa: It's all right to reach out
Reminds Cantabrians that we can go through a range of emotions in tough times, and that there are natural, healthy reactions to process our experiences. Part of the campaign to promote wellbeing in Canterbury (He waka eke noa).
MNH0235
He waka eke noa: It
Poster - A3
He waka eke noa: It's all right to keep ticking along
Reminds Cantabrians that we can go through a range of emotions in tough times, and that there are natural, healthy reactions to process our experiences. Part of the campaign to promote wellbeing in Canterbury (He waka eke noa).
MNH0234
He waka eke noa: It
Poster - A3
He waka eke noa: It's all right to take a breather
Reminds Cantabrians that we can go through a range of emotions in tough times, and that there are natural, healthy reactions to process our experiences. Part of the campaign to promote wellbeing in Canterbury (He waka eke noa).
MNH0233
He waka eke noa: It
Poster - A3
He waka eke noa: It's all right to need a hug
Reminds Cantabrians that we can go through a range of emotions in tough times, and that there are natural, healthy reactions to process our experiences. Part of the campaign to promote wellbeing in Canterbury (He waka eke noa).
MNH0231
He waka eke noa: It
Poster - A3
He waka eke noa: It's all right to talk it out
Reminds Cantabrians that we can go through a range of emotions in tough times, and that there are natural, healthy reactions to process our experiences. Part of the campaign to promote wellbeing in Canterbury (He waka eke noa).
MNH0232
Advice on supporting your kids after a traumatic event
Sheet
Advice on supporting your kids after a traumatic event
Available in other languages from www.health.govt.nz
Gives advice for how to help children deal with mental distress or grief after a traumatic event.
MNH0228
Coping after a traumatic event
Sheet
Coping after a traumatic event
Available in other languages from www.health.govt.nz
Gives advice for how to deal with the mental distress or grief after a traumatic event.
MNH0227

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