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COVID-19: Our in-person workshops and events have been postponed or cancelled, but we are actively working to find other ways to deliver these sessions. For information about particular events, please see our Initiatives pages, or contact us directly by email at info@tepou.co.nz.

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23 August 2018

By Wendy Donaldson

Review - How to treat: Physical health co-morbidity in mental health and addiction

A review of 'How to Treat' (Bagnall, C., Codyre, D. & Lockett, H., 2018).

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23 August 2018

By Equally Well

The contribution of psychotropic drugs to the early mortality of people who access mental health and/or addiction services

Associate Professor David Menkes and Andrea Bates reflect on their recent presentations supporting Equally Well.

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23 August 2018

By Caro Swanson

Together we really DO make a difference

Caro Swanson reflects on her presentation at the Rotorua GP CME 2018 conference.

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23 August 2018

By Equally Well

Canterbury DHB takes action on their Equally Well education initiative

An update on Canterbury DHB consumer advisor Linda Smith's progress with Equally Well education.

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23 August 2018

By Equally Well

Equally Well Prescribing Toolkit launched

The Equally Well collaborative has launched a new Equally Well video resource to help GPs improve health inequities experienced by people with mental health issues.

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23 August 2018

By Ashley Koning

Test for and treat Hepatitis C

A case study from the Hepatitis C Summit and the “Test and Treat” approach.

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