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Whoosh Newsletter

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Whoosh Newsletter - what you can expect

The CanBreathe Whoosh newsletter provides a wealth of information on a range of topics related to respiratory conditions.  Upcoming events, courses, promotions, spotlights on useful resources, tips for managing asthma, COPD and other respiratory conditions are just a small sample of the articles published within the newsletter.

Whoosh Newsletter Sponsorship

A special thanks to The Mainland Foundation for funding the printing of the 2019 newsletters.

A special thanks to Air Rescue and Community Services for funding the printing of the December 2018 newsletters.

Your assistance in reaching our community is very much appreciated.

Whoosh Newsletter Autumn 2017

Whoosh Newsletter In this Issue: Asthma and smoking; Canterbury Cessation Service; 2017 Flu vaccinations; Community Energy Action; Health Professionals’ Corner   Upcoming public events: Polyfest Canterbury 2017, Saturday 18th March 2017…

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Whoosh Newsletter Summer 2016

Whoosh Newsletter In this Issue: Thank you and farewell to Pamela O’Brien; New stop smoking service for Canterbury; New Adult Asthma Guidelines launched in November; Earthquake wellbeing reminder; CanBreathe welcomes…

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Whoosh Newsletter Spring 2016

Whoosh Newsletter In this Issue: Care around the clock— Make your GP team your first call 24/7; Spring trigger reminder; Breathe Better September; World COPD Day; Nurses’ Education Breakfast; The…

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Whoosh Newsletter Winter 2016

Whoosh Newsletter In this Issue: Flu Vaccine Reminder; What is the difference between a cold and the flu? Better breathing coffee group; Respiratory exercise group options; Advanced Care Planning— what and why? Asthma Awareness…

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Whoosh Newsletter Autumn 2016

Whoosh Newsletter In this Issue: Its time to get your flu vaccination; World Asthma Day—3rd May; Office move thanks; CanBreathe Open Day—all welcome; Insulation not good enough in many homes;…

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