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Suicide post-vention | An example: ‘Fusion’, Te Tai Tokerau

PUBLICATION: 21 May 2019, Suicide Mortality Review Committee

This report is a brief introduction to the post-vention work of Fusion in Te Tai Tokerau. It primarily uses the voices of those involved in delivering the work with the agencies and communities, to describe its challenges and successes.

Local child and youth mortality review members meet in Nelson

NEWS: 15 Nov 2018, Child & Youth Mortality Review Committee

The Health Quality & Safety Commission recently facilitated a successful workshop for members of local child and youth mortality review panels. The workshop took place in Nelson on 6–7 November 2018.

13th Biennial Asia Pacific International Mental Health and Addiction Conference

EVENT: 31 Oct 2018, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

Emerge Aotearoa is delighted to be hosting the 13th Biennial Asia Pacific (AsPac) International Mental Health and Addiction Conference, Healthy Futures: Inspiration, Inclusion and Integration in Auckland, New Zealand from 31 October to 1 November 2018.

Children living in poorest areas three times more likely to die

MEDIA RELEASE: 26 Apr 2018, Child & Youth Mortality Review Committee

Children and young people living in the most deprived areas are three times more likely to die in childhood or adolescence than those living in the least deprived areas, a report has found.

Welcome to Dr Clive Aspin and Dr Carlene McLean

NEWS: 20 Apr 2018, Suicide Mortality Review Committee

The Health Quality & Safety Commission welcomes Dr Clive Aspin and Dr Carlene McLean as senior specialist advisors with the Suicide Mortality Review Committee (SuMRC). The Suicide Mortality Review Committee was confirmed in late 2017...

12th Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee report released

NEWS: 13 Apr 2017, Child & Youth Mortality Review Committee

This report, covering 2011-15, shows that in 2015, 536 children and young people died which is more than in the previous two years (486 in 2014, and 516 in 2013), but fewer than in the years prior.