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Resource Connect Quarterly

22 October 2018

Resource Connect Quarterly

Upcoming events

Do you have a health event in the Bay of Plenty or Lakes district you would like to promote? Contact us and we'll add it to our annual Calendar of Public Health Events.


To order resources

HealthEd is a catalogue of free health resources brought to you by the Health Promotion Agency and the Ministry of Health. The health resources provided by HealthEd support healthier New Zealand communities. 

Go to HealthEd and order the resource/s you require.  All orders for the Bay of Plenty and Lakes District Health Board regions are processed and distributed by the Authorised Provider at Toi Te Ora.


Contact your Authorised Provider

Contact your Authorised Provider directly to place orders, ask questions about resources or to find out about other sources of health information.

Charmaine Pini
Ph: 07 577 3773

Tauranga: Level 1, 510 Cameron Road, Tauranga

Nicki Lurman
Ph: 07 349 3520                     


Rotorua: 1st floor, 1166 Amohau Street, Rotorua


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New and revised resources

The following resources are new or have been revised:

  • New - Alcohol and Pregnancy: What you might not know. Pamphlet. Published August 2018, HE2523.

  • Revised - Cervical screening: What wāhine need to know/atawhaitia te Wharetangata. Pamphlet. Published August 2018, HE1837.

  • New - Bowel screening resource, Cook Islands Māori. HP6879.

  • Revised - Having more test after a mammogram, published update June 2018, HE10118.

  • New - Sleep on side when baby inside. Coming soon to HealthEd.

  • New - Sleep on side when baby inside: information for health providers. Coming soon to HealthEd.

  • New - Are you giving bugs a hand? A3 Poster. Coming soon to HealthEd.

Discontinued, replaced, awaiting printing or online only resources

These resources have been discontinued, replaced or have moved to an online only resource:

  • HE1803 - Make your car smokefree. Please discard/recycle your old copies and replace with the updated version July 2018.

  • HE10109 - Body piercing and tattooing currently under review. Printing still awaiting final approval.

  • HE1802 - Protect the health of your children: A guide to making your home and car smokefree. Please discard/recycle your old copies and replace with the updated version June 2018.

  • HE1404 - Cannabis and your health, revision underway. Online only.

  • HE1805 - Eating for healthy breastfeeding women. Changes around food safety from MPI recommendations. Awaiting print date.

  • HE10148 - Water collection tanks and safe household water. Medium revisions and awaiting print date.

5210 The Healthy Way to Go 

5210 is a new set of resources and tools designed for children and their families and whānau, developed locally by the Bay of Plenty District Health Board and Toi Te Ora Public Health.

The resources encourage families to live 5210 every day- to eat five or more vegetables and fruit, less then two hours of screen time, be active for one hour or more, and zero sugary drinks and choose to drink water or plain milk instead.

Posters and leaflets are available in Te Reo Māori and English, as well as additional resources to assist health practitioners to talk with families and whānau about their child’s food, sleep and activity.

5210 resources are given to all children at their B4 School Check, and will be distributed to general practices, early childhood centres and dental clinics around the Bay of Plenty and Lakes areas.

All resources can be downloaded from Toi Te Ora Public Health website.



Health Promotion Agency - 

Resources from the HPA, including access onto other websites such as Workplace wellbeing,,  National immunisation Programme, School and student support sites and more are now available through the HealthEd website.

  Kids Health Panui

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