How to provide services to the increasing number of people struggling with mental health issues is an issue across New Zealand and the globe. This webinar will explore how a range of digital mental health tools are being used to help people monitor and respond to mental health issues and focus on mental wellbeing.
Whāriki member Hine Moeke-Murray is Chief Executive at Te Waharoa, where in a ground-breaking initiative run by Te Kupenga Net Trust and Hauora Tairāwhiti, indigenous mātauranga is reframing conversations with whānau experiencing distress. Following a Te Ao Māori methodology, the team includes counsellors, clinicians and artists working with whānau as part of a multidisciplinary team
If you have a special interest in the continuous improvement of Aotearoa’s child and youth mental health services and would like to contribute to the design of the waiting times indicator for the KPI Programme Child and Youth stream, register today to share your perspectives and experiences. This hui will be held via Zoom on Thursday 10 June
Laura Tongalea, Pasifika Clinical Practice Lead and Roz Sorensen, Service Improvement and Development Lead at Odyssey will share how the Ala Mai Pasifika holistic wellbeing programme is supporting substance use behaviour change for Pacific peoples in a variety of settings at Odyssey. Register now to attend this virtual event on Thursday 10 June.
Find out what you need to know about COVID-19 vaccination for people with mental health and addiction issues with Dr Edwin Reynolds, medical adviser to the immunisation advisory centre and senior medical officer at Auckland Regional Public Health Service, who will discuss the vaccination programme with Taimi Allan, CEO at Changing Minds, the lived experience
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
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
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
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