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Talking to colleagues in the Ministry of Health and Ko Awatea in New Zealand, they are excited to be building on the success of the programme and aim to use the training to bring about sustainable improvement to outcomes and experiences for their population.
Ko Awatea at CMDHB has offered DHBs a model for clinical practice improvement and guidance to implement change.
Ko Awatea and other e-learning platforms are being used to support educational needs, while the PHN education programne for credentialing primary health nurses is being developed locally.
Previously she was Associate Professor and Director of the Te Awatea Violence Research Centre at the University of Canterbury.
At the time, CM Health's education and innovation centre, Ko Awatea, was supporting clinical teams with well-researched ways to improve their services.
(2005) "Child death by homicide: An examination of child protection actions 1996-2000" Te Awatea Review, 3(July):4-6.
Director of innovation at Ko Awatea, a health professional development centre, Lynne Maher researched the impact of rephrasing the question "What is the matter with you?" to "What matters to you?" and the big difference this made for patient-centred care.
The Transition from Care to Independence Initiative is a four-year Auckland-wide pilot contracted by Child, Youth and Family and undertaken by two community agencies--Dingwall Trust's Launch project and Youth Horizons' Ka Awatea project.