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Overview: Adult mental health and addiction workforce: 2014 survey of Vote Health funded services

This resource presents findings from the 2014 More than numbers survey of the secondary adult mental health and addiction services. Te Pou and Matua Raḵi asked organisations to provide information about their workforce as at 1 March 2014. The survey aimed to describe the workforce’s size, distribution, configuration and development needs.

Please note: These resources were updated in December 2015 to correct a couple of typos. None of the key conclusions from the full report and overview were affected however we encourage you to use these updated versions when quoting specific numbers.

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