We're excited to announce that as of 1 July 2020, Te Pou o te Whakaaro Nui will be called Te Pou. We have a fresh new look and a new logo that you will begin to see more often. Our website will be rebuilt over the coming months, to be more focused on ease of access to our resources and knowledge. Read more here.
This strategy helps to take us towards a future where wellbeing is realisable for all people, and where lived experience voices, skills and leadership are at the heart of service and systems design and service delivery.
The review brings together the latest published research on the existing health inequities, what is contributing to it, and most importantly what we can do individually and collectively to achieve physical health equity.
This infographic uses data from the New Zealand Health Survey to highlight differences in GP visits among people meeting hazardous drinking criteria.
Te Pou has provided two resources on the use of phone or video calls for supervision. The first provides guidance for supervisors and supervisees, and the second provides an evidence summary for managers.
This resource guides leaders and managers in determining whether a flexible working approach is right for their organisation. It considers both the benefits and potential challenges.
Results of brief online survey of addiction service experiences during lockdown levels 3 and 4, May 2020.