Wed
23

KPI Programme Super Benchmarking Week – Adult 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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Online

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

Fri
25

Sector Leaders' Day We look forward to meeting with those leaders working with infants, children, young people and their whānau. The day will include: An update from the Ministry of Health Youth Primary Mental Health and Addiction Service Development Growing the Youth Peer Workforce in Aotearoa Integration and collaborative ways of working between Primary Care,

Tue
5

Working with data can seem daunting. Find out how to break down those data barriers and unlock the true potential of your data in this free webinar. Unlock the power of your organisation's data! Wild Bamboo often hear that people feel they don’t have the right data or the information they really need, when they

Thu
14

Topic: Why changing the way we view safety can change our use of restrictive practices In this benchmarking breakout, participants will engage with lived experience leaders, Caro Swanson and Aaryn Niuapu from Te Pou to wānanga how we currently view safety and risk in our mental health services and explore how changing our perspectives can

Thu
28

Whāriki He Aka Hui | Navigate Leadership Programme

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The Kaupapa Māori,  ‘Navigate Leadership Programme’ created a space, that brought people together (regardless of profession, organisation, background or level in the organisation), to wānanga, grow and develop their inherent leadership capability and capacity. The honesty, vulnerability, personal development and relationships that developed was amazing.  Key outcomes from the programme, included the development of multiple

Thu
12

Topic: Explore and learn how to use the new Continuity of Care indicator data dashboards Tāngata whai ora report inconsistencies in the connectedness, or continuity of care they receive between DHB and NGO mental health services. To respond and support relevant continuous improvement activities, the NGO stream have developed the 'Continuity of Care' data dashboards

Fri
13

International literature suggests the whānau engagement indicator is the first of its kind and offers Aotearoa New Zealand the opportunity to lead the world in continuous improvement related to how services work in partnership with whānau. The indicator and its associated data visualisation tools will be informed and created by the mental health and addiction

Thu
19

International literature suggests the whānau engagement indicator is the first of its kind and offers Aotearoa New Zealand the opportunity to lead the world in continuous improvement related to how services work in partnership with whānau. The indicator and its associated data visualisation tools will be informed and created by the mental health and addiction

Tue
24

International literature suggests the whānau engagement indicator is the first of its kind and offers Aotearoa New Zealand the opportunity to lead the world in continuous improvement related to how services work in partnership with whānau. The indicator and its associated data visualisation tools will be informed and created by the mental health and addiction

Tue
31

International literature suggests the whānau engagement indicator is the first of its kind and offers Aotearoa New Zealand the opportunity to lead the world in continuous improvement related to how services work in partnership with whānau. The indicator and its associated data visualisation tools will be informed and created by the mental health and addiction

Fri
17

Topic: Exploring rangatahi and whānau experience data in Youth Forensic services across Aotearoa Join our Youth Forensic stream leads to explore what experience data is being collected from rangatahi and their whānau. Wānanga how this data is being integrated into everyday practice and what actions organisations are taking to implement the feedback. This is the