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The review brings together the latest published research on the existing health inequities, what is contributing to it, and most importantly what we can do individually and collectively to achieve physical health equity.
This infographic uses data from the New Zealand Health Survey to highlight differences in GP visits among people meeting hazardous drinking criteria.
This infographic uses analysis of recent data from the New Zealand Health Survey to better understand the physical health needs of people who experience mental health conditions.
Te Pou is pleased to launch the 2017 Equally Well evidence update on the physical health of people with mental health conditions and/or addiction. Read the full evidence update or a summary.
People who experience serious mental illness (SMI), particularly schizophrenia, have significantly reduced life expectancy and a premature mortality rate two to three times higher than the general population.
This presentation provides an overview of the issues, supporting evidence and the solutions. This abstract and presentation won the 2016 International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) award for best paper.