With New Zealand in Level 2 and Auckland at Level 2.5, Te Pou offices are open with restrictions in place. We encourage you to contact our team by email or phone in the first instance - see our staff contact page for details. Stay safe everyone.
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.
The eighth report for ADOM is out now. This infographic provides an overview of some of the main findings for the report.
In April 2020 we sought feedback on a three-page discussion paper: "Integrated mental health and addiction care in the primary health setting: workforce development requirements". This survey summary is now being used to inform the development of a draft document outlining the skills for integration in primary health settings that will be available for sector feedback in July 2020.
The eighth ADOM report covers the period from January 2017 to December 2019.