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HIP training evaluation 2020

In 2020, Te Pou was contracted by the Ministry of Health to deliver the national training programme for the integrated primary mental health and addiction programme (IPMHA). This includes the delivery of the HIP training programme. The training consists of three phases.

  • A four day kanohi ki te kanohi (in-person) training or eight 4-hour online training sessions (since COVID-19 restrictions) (phase one).
  • Two to three days of training at the HIPs’ designated practices (phase two).
  • Ongoing mentoring for the first 6 months, professional development with one of the trainers and a series of webinars on specific topics with US-based facilitators (phase three).

This report shows results of evaluation activities undertaken during the year. Data was obtained from trainee attendance and progress records administered by Te Pou. HIP trainees were surveyed at the end of Phase I and after the 1st, 5th, and 10th webinars in phase three. HIP trainers participated in a virtual focus group in November 2020.

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