Thu
5

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 nationally in the more than numbers workforce data reports . There are now opportunities to explore more regular reporting through the creation of workforce information

Thu
12

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 a more regular basis in-between these survey periods. There are now opportunities to explore more regular reporting through the creation of workforce information dashboards for

Thu
26

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 the mental health and addiction data set we call PRIMHD? Do you want to connect with others from across the mental health and addiction workforce

FREE

Wed
13

On Wednesday 13 March 2024 from 8:45am to 4:00pm, the KPI Programme will host a national benchmarking face to face forum in Ōtautahi Christchurch. This forum is open to KPI Programme contributors from all organisations working in our mental health and addiction sector, including Whānau Advisors and our Lived Experience workforce. This hui is for

FREE