Matua Raḵi is adapting to new ways of working in response to Covid-19. We're doing all we can to support and inform our workforces. You can find out more on the Covid-19 portal at www.tepou.co.nz

 

Matua Raḵi is adapting to new ways of working in response to Covid-19. We're doing all we can to support and inform our workforces. You can find out more on the Covid-19 portal at www.tepou.co.nz

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9 September 2020

Seeking your views on Workforce Development Councils

Industry feedback is being sought on the options proposed for the Workforce Development Council (WDC) for the Health, Community and Social Services Sectors. The WDCs are being established as part of the Reform of Vocation Education.

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27 August 2020

By Te Pou

A new chapter for the Matua Raḵi name

To honour the return of the Matua Raḵi name to its home in the South Island, we look back at where the name came from, how the mahi started and how much has been achieved since.

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9 July 2020

By Mark Smith

Sector's Covid-19 feedback

Throughout the Covid-19 rāhui, Te Pou collected feedback from the sector through our website on what the most significant things have been for you during the whole lockdown period. Here we share the results of that feedback.

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23 June 2020

By Mark Smith

Addiction service outcomes

Mark Smith, principal advisor - outcomes and information, looks at ADOM (alcohol and other drug outcome measure) and what makes the simple outcome tool so special.

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15 June 2020

Ministry of Health's Cancer Action Plan

The Ministry of Health’s cancer action plan was published in February 2020. We were really pleased that Equally Well champions were able to make an impact on the published plan.

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15 June 2020

Whitireia's Bachelor of Nursing

Whitireia NZ made formal commitment to Equally Well in 2015, joining others with the common goal of achieving physical health equity for people who experience mental health and addiction issues. The evidence base and principles from the Equally Well initiative are embedded into the theory content of the second year of the programme.

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