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The Health Quality & Safety Commission is working in partnership with the Te Ngāpara Centre for Restorative Practice Victoria University of Wellington, and the National Collaborative for restorative practice and hohou te rongopai (peace-making from the Māori worldview) within the health and disability system. 

We have heard that increasing sector capability is essential to enable the development of restorative initiatives. Micro credentials in restorative foundations and responses have been developed using a co-design approach and will be available from Victoria University of Wellington, commencing September 2022. 

Key information about the course content can be found here (125KB, pdf).

More information about the course and how to register can be found via the links below: 

Watch Dr Elizabeth Wood (clinical director of clinical governance at Nelson Marlborough Health) talk about the importance of implementing a more relational approach when things don’t go to plan in the health care setting.

Last updated: 9th March 2022