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Publication date: 15 November 2017
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.
The training forum was sponsored by Te Pou, Canterbury District Health Board and NZEIPS and had streams on working with families, lived experience and the role of peer support, the importance of physical health, functional and social recovery, research and outcomes in early intervention, working with clinical complexity and psychological approaches to early intervention in psychosis.
See presentations from the two-day forum below.