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13 December 2018

By Mark Smith

Common clinical wisdom relies on quality data

Te Pou Data, Information and Research Principal Advisor, Mark Smith shares his thoughts about the importance of quality data to provide rich information that can expand knowledge.


6 December 2018

By Te Pou

Inaugural meeting of the IIMHL Council of Public Mental Health Leadership

During the IIMHL Leadership Exchange, the first meeting of the IIMHL Council of Public Mental Health Leadership took place, attended by representatives from eleven countries. Two people from each IIMHL country were invited. Dr Barbara Disley and Dr Monique Faleafa represented New Zealand.


3 December 2018

By Susan Sherrard

Empowering persons with disabilities and ensuring inclusiveness and equality

Susan Sherrard reflects as we celebrate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.


27 November 2018

By Manase Lua

So what do Pacific peoples contribute to New Zealand, apart from great All Blacks and taro?

Pakilau o Aotearoa, Manase Lua reflects on the Pacific Aotearoa Summit hosted by the Ministry of Pacific Peoples.


27 November 2018

By Matua Raḵi

Working with Māori - Module 3 training programme

A look at what went down during the Working with Māori - Module 3 noho marae training programme held at Orongomai Marae in Upper Hutt.


19 November 2018

By Equally Well

Equally Well UK launches

Equally Well UK was formally launched in September with Helen Lockett opening the launch with a brief background on Equally Well and how it started in New Zealand, and some examples of impact we’ve achieved.