Ngā korero ki Mental health and addiction quality improvement
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Auckland District Health Board shows zero seclusion is both possible and sustainable
27 Nov 2021
Te Toka Tumai Auckland District Health Board (DHB) has dramatically reduced its rates of seclusion in mental health and addiction (MHA) services. Assaults on staff are down and staff retention is up.
Toolkit released to help DHBs learn from mental health and addiction sector adverse events
09 Mar 2022
The Health Quality & Safety Commission has released a toolkit for triaging, reviewing and learning from adverse events in mental health and addiction services.
Repairing the broken bridge between youth and adult mental health services in Canterbury
17 Feb 2022
CDHB developed and implemented a new process aiming to promote safety and continuity of care by making the transition between youth and adult services less risky, more collaborative and generally less stressful for young people and their whānau.
Pono consumer story: Jenny Fenwick
Jenny Fenwick shares her experience of seclusion in Aotearoa New Zealand as part of the Health Quality & Safety Commission's Pono consumer stories project.
Connecting care: Improving service transitions – Top tips | Te tūhono i ngā manaakitanga, te whakapai ake i ngā whakawhitinga ratonga
To support those engaged in ongoing improvement work in service transitions, the Health Quality & Safety Commission has summarised some top tips and examples from provider project teams.
- Zero seclusion: Safety and dignity for all – change package | Aukatia te noho punanga: Noho haumanu, tū rangatira mō te tokomaha – mōkī aroha
- National decrease in seclusion – the numbers
- Connecting care: Improving service transitions – Top tips | Te tūhono i ngā manaakitanga, te whakapai ake i ngā whakawhitinga ratonga