Programme for the one-day Marking a difference: mental health research symposium in Auckland on 1 December, 2017
PRIMHD data submitted by all district health boards (DHBs) for the period July 2016 to June 2017.
In partnership with a peer evaluator and Pathways Ltd, Te Pou sought to gather more evidence to describe the unique contribution of the peer workforce at Tupu Ake, a peer-led acute admission alternative service.
Early intervention in psychosis is a clinical area of growing importance and Totara House along with NZEIPS organised a training forum and workshop in November 2017.
A summary report of themes emerging from a sector e-survey about refreshing the Let's get real framework.
In 2017, 142 applications from 60 organisations across New Zealand received a consumer leadership development grant (CLDG) or workforce development grant (WDG) from Te Pou. Two rounds of funding were held for each grant: one in March and one in September.