Thu
15

The KPI Programme Child and Youth stream benchmarking forum will be happening via Zoom on Thursday 15 July from 9:30am to 12pm.  The theme of the forum is ‘Access and Choice’ and will explore a DHB continuous improvement project to improve their waiting times and include the voices of rangatahi and their perspectives on what

Thu
22

In Ōtautahi Christchurch He Waka Tapu, Odyssey, the City Mission, Nova Trust, Familial Trust, Salvation Army, and Canterbury DHB have created a one-stop-shop model of care to support easier access to addiction services. With immediate screening and referral, people are linked with a peer support guide and offered immediate entry to open support groups. Tracey

Thu
29

KPI Programme – Adult Stream virtual forum

Online

The KPI Programme Adult stream benchmarking forum will be happening via Zoom on Thursday 29 July from 9.30am to 12pm.  The theme of the forum is ‘Connected care’ and will explore a DHB case study on implementing virtual engagement into clinical practice. Putting people at the centre, the forum will include the perspectives of tāngata whai ora on experiences of

Thu
12

KPI Programme monthly benchmarking breakout

Online

Topic: Learning how to interpret data dashboards In this benchmarking breakout participants will have the opportunity to experiment with the KPI Programme's data dashboards and learn how to ask questions and make informed interpretations of the data. To register for this benchmarking breakout please click here.  What is a benchmarking breakout? The purpose of benchmarking

Tue
24

In August the KPI Programme is starting engagement with the mental health and addiction sector to review and co-develop the technical definitions for the seclusion indicator. The seclusion indicator will be for all Programme streams and therefore several consultation hui will be facilitated to ensure the new seclusion data dashboard visualisation tools meet the needs

Thu
26

In August the KPI Programme is starting engagement with the mental health and addiction sector to review and co-develop the technical definitions for the seclusion indicator. The seclusion indicator will be for all Programme streams and therefore several consultation hui will be facilitated to ensure the new seclusion data dashboard visualisation tools meet the needs

Thu
26

Please join with the Whāriki community at our next he aka hui to hear from about the amazing mahi led by the lived experience team at Odyssey. Innovative lived support and peer expertise, 26th August 2021, 1 - 2pm: Peer support teams from Odyssey Auckland are using innovative approaches in environments that can be challenging

Thu
9

KPI Programme monthly benchmarking breakout

Online

Topic: Learning how to use and interpret the wait times data dashboards What is a benchmarking breakout? The purpose of benchmarking breakouts is for attendees to connect around topical sector issues and use the data dashboard indicators to explore and ask questions about what the current data is saying to uncover insights and learnings that

Thu
23

Training for Mārama Real-Time Feedback

Online

On Thursday 23 September from 11am to 12pm, Mark Smith from Te Pou and Jack Gribben from CBG Health Research are hosting an online training session for Mārama Real-Time Feedback (Mārama RTF). The training session will provide an overview of Mārama RTF as a feedback mechanism for tāngata whai ora and whānau, and how Mārama

Thu
30

An important kaupapa facing Māori and vaccinations with Whāriki, he Aka Hui coming up to share with your networks! This month’s hui looks at the barriers and solutions to vaccination uptake for Māori. We will explore what factors have inhibited vaccination participation and the strategies that are working to engage whānau and protect whakapapa. This

Thu
14

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

Thu
14

Feedback following the most recent Whāriki Aka Hui on Māori and COVID-19 on 30 September indicated a strong desire for more information through a further hui. Join this event for a deeper dive into the issues and the solutions to inform providers. The focus this time will be on rangatahi and lived experience. Click here