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10 May 2016

By Equally Well

Auckland DHB gets on board with Equally Well

Auckland DHB is one of the latest DHBs to endorse Equally Well.

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1 April 2016

By Equally Well

The Royal NZ College of GPs shows what being Equally Well means to them

The Royal New Zealand College of GPs has finalised their Equally Well action plan and made their commitment to Equally Well visible on their website.

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31 July 2015

By Equally Well

Connecting mental health services in Whanganui

Whanganui peer support service Balance is building closer relationships with local GPs in order to connect with people looking for more support with mental health issues.

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31 July 2015

By Equally Well

Improving access to primary care in Tairāwhiti

An initiative is underway in Tairāwhiti to help more people with mental health and addiction issues get support from primary care services for their physical health issues.

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19 February 2015

By Helen Lockett

The Equally Well framework for collaborative action – how we work and what actions we can take

Equally Well is about working collaboratively to address physical health inequalities for people who experience mental health and addiction issues. The framework outlines how this can be achieved.

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4 November 2014

Physical and mental emphasis in recovery

The health passport and recovery action plan (RAP) workbook helps people gain control over their physical and mental health. The workbook is being adopted by people and professionals within the Tairawhiti District Health Board area.

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