Publication date: 28 November 2016
Download speaker presentations from Te Pou’s National Outcomes and Information Forum, held in Wellington on 4 November 2016.
The forum is hosted to support the collection, use and understanding of mental health and addiction information and outcomes. The 2016 forum, themed Making it matter, focused on developing leadership in information.
Professor Richie Poulton – Opening address
Kelly Pope – The people behind the percentages: A consumer perspective on what matters
Lillian Grace – See New Zealand clearly: How we can all use numbers to better understand our context
Luke Rowe – Māori mental health: measuring what really matters
Paul Clements – Creating an even playing field
Ross Phillips and Phillipa Gaines – The use and value of social outcome indicators in the mental health and addiction sector
Te Pou – Unlocking the numbers, PRIMHD seclusion research
Dr Roderick McKay – A role for all in leadership of mental health information use