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KPI Programme Super Benchmarking Week – Child and Youth Stream

From Tuesday 22 March to Thursday 24 March 2022, the KPI Programme is delivering Super Benchmarking Week. Via Zoom, Super Benchmarking Week includes a series of dedicated events for people working in and with Adult, Child and Youth, Youth Forensic and NGO mental health services.

Over three days, sector leaders from across our health sector will share learnings and examples of how data, information and benchmarking is being used to inform and transform services and systems across Aotearoa.

Whether you’re seeking space to learn from others; or you have a desire to get into the detail of data differences to uncover new insights; Super Benchmarking Week has something for everyone.

How do I register for Super Benchmarking Week?

Like a conference, you can choose to attend some, or all, of the sessions delivered during Super Benchmarking Week.

To register for the Child and Youth stream day, click on the ‘Register here’ link below.

Register here to attend Child and Youth stream day

Once you are registered, you will have access to all sessions on that day. Depending on your availability and interests, you can come and go from the event using the same link

Please note: Registering for the Child and Youth stream event will not register you for the NGO stream and Adult stream events. If you would like to register for events on Tuesday 22 March and Wednesday 23 March, click on the links below to be taken to the event details for eac

What’s happening on Child and Youth stream day?

Final preparations for Super Benchmarking Week are underway. A full agenda will be loaded on this page in the coming week.

Here are some sneak peaks into what you can expect to experience on Child and Youth stream day.

  • Paralympian and youth support worker, Anna Taylor will deliver a keynote address on how using data, information and benchmarking have contributed to her success as a high performance athlete and share how her learnings could help mental health services on their continuous improvement journeys.
  • Youth Consumer Advisors from Whāraurau will explore priorities for the Aotearoa mental health and addiction sector from a rangatahi perspective.
  • Engage in live benchmarking breakout sessions exploring CAMHS wait times data to uncover new insights for continuous improvement.
  • Jemma Stephens from Auckland DHB will share their exemplar of using HoNOSCA total score on admission to tailor care for rangatahi who receive care from forensic services.
  • Whānau Advisors will lead the commencement of an initial sector wide consultation session to shape the KPI Programme’s next indicator – Whānau Engagement. Don’t miss your opportunity to be part of the creation of data visualisation tools that support the use of this world leading indicator.


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