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23 February 2017

By Te Pou

Resilience: The biology of stress and the science of hope

Staff from Te Pou, Werry Wharaurau and Pathways, along with Janet Peters (IIMHL) will meet with filmmaker Jamie Redford this week to plan a screening of the documentary Resilience: the biology of stress and the science of hope.

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21 February 2017

By Angela Gruar

Get to know the Te Pou practice and leadership portfolio for 2017

The practice and leadership portfolio works to support the workforce with day-to-day practice guidance on anything from talking therapies to reducing seclusion.

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21 February 2017

By Richard Woodcock

Get to know the Te Pou outcomes and information portfolio for 2017

The outcomes and information portfolio strives to ensure that information collected by mental health and addiction services is accessible, able to be used to enhance practice and service delivery and most importantly support tāngata whai ora recovery.

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9 February 2017

By Te Pou

Workforce development theory and practice in the mental health sector

Workforce development is more than just training – it’s “an emerging area of great importance that is critical to the delivery of quality care and support”. That’s how Te Pou’s Mark Smith and Angela Jury describe it in the book they co-edited, Workforce development theory and practice in the mental health sector.

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9 February 2017

Open Polytechnic introduce new qualifications to benefit mental health, addiction and disability sectors

A suite of new qualifications on offer from Open Polytechnic are aimed at upskilling those looking after our most vulnerable citizens in the mental health, addictions and disability sectors.

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16 December 2016

By Equally Well

2016-Reflections on a significant year

Over the past year there has been significant progress in the Equally Well space. Externally there has been changes to government policies that will support the work we are all doing around Equally Well. Alongside these policy changes, there is a growing body of initiatives happening around the country that are addressing Equally Well issues

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