Tools for learning
The tools for learning aim to encourage, promote and enable organisational learning, research and evaluation, fostering a culture of inquiry and reflective practice.
You can access tools and links for self-directed learning, such as downloadable guidelines, templates, reports, publications of interest and links to useful national and international resources. Te Pou also produces a series of brief papers and factsheets summarising information on relevant mental health and addiction topics:
- Clinical practice and evidence
- International research
- Mental health and addiction factsheets
- Organisational learning and implementing change
- Recovery-orientated service delivery
- Research and evaluation
- Writing proposals.
Te Pou regularly includes new resources and reviews the usefulness of the tools.
If you would like to know more about resources on a particular topic please contact the project team.