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For people delivering adult mental health and addiction services in Te Whatu Ora division and NGO settings.
For people delivering child and youth mental health and addiction services in Te Whatu Ora division and NGO settings.
Information about Te Whatu Ora workforce is collated quarterly by the Health Workforce Information Programme. Te Pou uses this information to estimate the mental health and addiction workforce regionally and
Te Pou surveyed NGOs about their workforce size and challenges in 2022, 2018, and 2014. Te Whatu Ora would like other available information be used to estimate the workforce on
Thursday 26 October 2023, 10am to 3:30pm Co-hosted by Te Pou, The KPI Programme, Tūtohi and Atamira Platform Trust. Are you keen to explore and understand the value of
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For the past two months, the KPI Programme team have been on the road meeting with people who lead, deliver and use services. As a team we would like to extend our sincere gratitude to everyone who has hosted and given us so much manaaki (care) over this time.
He iti te mokoroa, nāna i kati te kahikatea
The mokoroa (grub) may be small, but it cuts through the Kahikatea