Thu
24

Join Danny Mollan in this special presentation to explore the Aotearoa New Zealand Privacy Act from the perspective of people delivering mental health and addiction services. Wānanga with Danny as he provides practical examples of how our privacy legislation can be used to collect data and share information in ways that reduce harm and ensure

Thu
31

Join us as we use the seclusion indicator to uncover insights and identify areas for service improvement. Facilitated by Tashana Poblete, Quality Improvement Coordinator | Lead Quality Advisor, Towards Zero Seclusion: Safety & Dignity for All, | Mental Health, Addiction & Intellectual Disability Service (MHAIDS) | Te-Upoko-me-Te-Karu-o-Te-Ika Capital, Coast, Hutt Valley and Wairarapa Te Whatu

Thu
21

Join us as we use the 28-day readmission dashboards to uncover insights and identify areas for service improvement. Facilitated by Steve McGinnity, Analyst, Capital, Coast and Hutt Valley Te Whatu Ora, we will discuss trends and patterns that have been observed and what this means for service users and the mental health sector. To get

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
28

Join us as we use the wait times dashboards to uncover insights and identify areas for service improvement. We will discuss trends and patterns that have been observed and what this means for service users and the mental health system in general. Facilitated by Abigail McDonald, Youth Consumer Advisor, Whāraurau and Emma Williams, Clinical Coordinator

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

Thu
9

Join the Wellington Co-Response Team (CRT) to hear what they have learnt over 2 years working in a multi-agency approach to better serve people in distress. This presentation will be of special interest to those localities who are still to or have just started standing up their CRTs.   About the Co-Response Team (CRT) initiative Words

Thu
25

Join us as we use the 7-day follow up indicator to uncover insights and identify areas for service improvement. We will discuss trends and patterns that have been observed and what this means for service users and the mental health sector. To get the full utility of this session, we recommend having a look at

Thu
1

International mental health benchmarking

Online

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

Thu
15

To address the growing challenge of recruiting and retaining staff in mental health and addiction services Te Whatu Ora Waikato embarked on a project to create a more person-centered experience for people applying to work in Community Mental Health Services. Join Julie Taylor, Nurse Educator, and Clindella Stirling, Operations Manager, Community and Specialty Mental Health