Presentations from the second learning session for Connecting care: improving service transitions | Te tūhono i ngā manaakitanga

16 Aug 2019 | Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

Copies of presentations from the second learning session for Connecting care: improving service transitions, held on 7 and 8 August 2019.


Leigh Murray

Family Advisor, Auckland DHB

Consumer, family and whānau experience (268KB, PDF)

Leilani Maraku

Chief Executive Officer, Mana o te Tangata Trust and mental health and addiction (MHA) quality improvement programme consumer advisory group member 

Consumer, family and whānau experience (820KB, PDF)

Janice Bowers

Clinical Nurse Manager, Infant Child Adolescent Mental Health and Addiction Service (ICHMAS), Whanganui DHB

Liz Turner

Clinical coordinator, ICHMAS, Whanganui DHB

Transition plans (313KB, PDF)

Anton Blank

MHA quality improvement programme communications lead, advocate and consultant

Addressing equity (215KB, PDF)

Joanne Henare

Whanau Ora Kaitautoko, MidCentral DHB and MHA quality improvement programme Māori advisory group member 

Addressing equity (790KB, PDF)

Karen O’Keeffe

Improvement Advisor, Health Quality & Safety Commission

Developing your theory – a review of driver diagrams (1.15MB, PDF)

Dr Roz Sorensen

Manager, Health Quality & Safety Commission

Building will and leading change (joy in work) (1.1MB, PDF)

Natalie Horspool

Senior data analyst, Health Quality & Safety Commission

Measurement for quality improvement (1.2MB, PDF)

Karen O’Keeffe

Improvement Advisor, Health Quality & Safety Commission

Testing your change ideas – PDSA (1MB, PDF)

Jacqueline Ryan

Project lead, Health Quality & Safety Commission

Planning your PDSA cycles for action period, next steps (1MB, PDF)

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