Thu
14

KPI Programme presents: Dr. Ganesh Nana, Chair of the Productivity Commission

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Topic: How do we use data to take practical action to achieve equity? Join the KPI Programme on 14 October to gain critical insights from the Chair of the New Zealand Productivity Commission, Dr. Ganesh Nana about how data can be used to take practical actions to achieve equity. About Dr. Ganesh Nana Ganesh is

Tue
22

KPI Programme Super Benchmarking Week – NGO Stream

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From Tuesday 22 March to Thursday 24 March 2022, the KPI Programme is delivering Super Benchmarking Week. Via Zoom, Super Benchmarking Week includes a series of dedicated events for people working in and with Adult, Child and Youth, Youth Forensic and NGO mental health services. Over three days, sector leaders from across our health sector

Thu
24

KPI Programme Super Benchmarking Week – Child and Youth Stream

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From Tuesday 22 March to Thursday 24 March 2022, the KPI Programme is delivering Super Benchmarking Week. Via Zoom, Super Benchmarking Week includes a series of dedicated events for people working in and with Adult, Child and Youth, Youth Forensic and NGO mental health services. Over three days, sector leaders from across our health sector

Tue
8

KPI Programme national forum – Wellington

Pipitea Marae, Wellington 55 Thorndon Quay, Pipitea, Wellington

On Tuesday 8 November 2022 from 8:45am to 4:00pm, the KPI Programme will host a national benchmarking face to face forum in Wellington. The location for the forum is Pipitea Marae, 55 Thorndon Quay, Wellington. This forum is open to KPI Programme contributors from all organisations working in our mental health and addiction sector. This includes

FREE

Thu
18

On 18 May the KPI Programme Forensic stream will host an in-person hui in Te Whanganui-ā-Tara (Wellington). The day will include space for Forensic mental health services to share how they are building the cultural competency of their workforce and time to engage in benchmarking and learning using the new Forensic mental health inpatient services

Thu
28

Family Connections Leaders Two Day Training in Auckland

Liggins Theatre, Level 1, Building 15, Cornwall Complex, Greenlane Clinical Centre 214 Green Lane West, Epsom, Auckland

This training will give participants an understanding of the Family Connections programme and practical skills to deliver the education to whānau.   Date: Thursday 28th September and Friday 29th September 2023 Venue: Liggins Theatre, Level 1, Cornwall Complex, Greenlane Clinical Centre Trainers: Dr Tessa Brudevold-Iversen and Dr Maria Sampson Total Cost: $250 for the two-day

$250

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

Thu
1

International mental health benchmarking

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Join us to explore the International Mental Health Benchmarking 2022 dashboards compiled by the NHS Benchmarking Network. These dashboards provide comparison information across the 12 OECD member countries for Adult, Child and Youth and Community settings along with workforce comparisons. Access the dashboards before the Benchmarking Breakout and bring your questions, observations and insights to