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The KPI Programme is thrilled to launch the refreshed whānau engagement indicator for the mental health and addiction sector.
In July 2022, Te Pou is surveying NGOs to find out what the alcohol and drug and mental health services’ workforce looks like and where key gaps are. The survey aims to collect workforce information from NGOs with health contracts to deliver these services to adults.
Did you know that continuous improvement is a science? Yes, that’s right. Continuous improvement is an applied science which uses innovation, iterative cycles of testing and scaling to drive learning about what practice, organisational and system changes deliver real improvements in different contexts.
The voices of all will compel us forward in the right direction. This emerged as a pivotal theme during the inaugural KPI Programme Super Benchmarking Week and is why this issue of The Indicator is dedicated to showcasing the multitude of people
From 22 March, the KPI Programme will be delivering it’s inaugural Super Benchmarking Week. An opportunity for people working in and with the mental health and addiction sector to collaborate, innovate, enable and promote to keep driving continuous improvement and equitable health outcomes for tāngata whai ora, whānau and communities.
“If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”
– Wayne Dyer
There is no doubt the COVID-19 pandemic has caused mass disruption in our health services, and in the lives of every person across the globe.
Ehara taku toa i
te toa takitahi,
engari he toa
My success is not mine alone, it is the success of the collective.
What a year! The KPI Programme team are certain everyone is excited and looking forward to their summer break, and bidding farewell to another challenging year. Having a team spread across both Kirikiriroa and Tāmaki Makaurau, we empathise with everyone who has had to adapt through such extended pandemic restrictions.
Re-imagining mental health legislation that honours Te Tiriti o Waitangi and human rights through wānanga
On 15 December 2021, more than 85 people from across the health sector connected virtually to listen to a panel wānanga and share their aspirations for the development of new mental health legislation that honours Te Tiriti and human rights.
Seclusion indicators provide valuable insights into the frequency and duration of seclusion events in Aotearoa’s DHB acute mental health inpatient services.
“We do these things not because they are easy, but because they are hard.”
John F. Kennedy