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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.
Te Pou has created this resource to provide ways for all workers to support people who may be experiencing strong reactions triggered by the lockdown experience and ongoing social isolation.
This report summarises key feedback from mental health services, gathered to help inform the update of the Six Core Strategies© checklist. Findings highlight the current New Zealand context around least restrictive practice and areas for improvement.