The Integrated Care for Recovery and Wellbeing Symposium was held on 12 May 2016 and focussed on best practice care for people who have complex co-existing problems (CEP). Watch the keynote presentations from the day.
Services that are aware of the needs of tāngata whai ora accessing their services, can plan workforce development activities and service design to better address those needs.
This A3 poster illustrates the 'any door is the right door' approach to co-existing problems.
Te Whare o Tiki, the Co-Existing Problems (CEP) knowledge and skills framework, describes the knowledge and skills required by the mental health and addiction workforce to be able to effectively respond to the needs of people, and their families and whanau, with co-existing problems.
This report is an evaluation of the Capital and Coast DHB CADS project to develop the skills of mental health and addiction practitioners for working with people with co-existing problems.
A brief tool designed for mental health and addiction/AOD services to self-assess, reflect and plan service level co-existing problems (CEP) responsiveness and capability.