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From the website: "The Canterbury Wellbeing Index tracks the progress of the social recovery, using indicators to provide information on the impacts of the earthquakes on wellbeing and to identify emerging social trends and issues.
"Enhancing CALD Cultural Competence: Cultural diversity in the New Zealand population is growing leading to increasing cross cultural interactions between clinicians and patients and between employees."
The main role of the Health and Disability Commissioner is to ensure that the rights of consumers are upheld. This includes making sure that complaints about health or disability services providers are taken care of fairly and efficiently.
From the website: "Health information privacy is about making sure patients and staff know what's being done with their health information, and why. Collecting, using and disclosing health information to provide care should never be a problem. But when you do get questions about privacy, the information in this kit will help to give you the answers you need"
"The Mental Health Nurses Section is a specialty professional section of NZNO dedicated to the provision of leadership, education and professional development of mental health nursing in New Zealand/Aotearoa.
The NZF is an independent resource providing healthcare professionals with clinically validated medicines information and guidance on best practice, enabling healthcare professionals to select safe and effective medicines for individual patients.
This paper on frameworks for Whānau Ora has been overseen by Professor Sir Mason Durie and Dr Te Kani Kingi. It has also been informed by consultations with Government, academic and non Government stakeholders in New Zealand and internationally.
Te Piringa is the name of an independent body of research that provides key recommendations and findings about using a whānau-centred approach to primary health care services. Find a literature review and case studies on Whānau Ora initiatives here.