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Presentations from the first learning session for Connecting Care: improving service transitions

1 Jul 2022

Below are the available presentations and videos from the first learning session for Connecting Care: improving service transitions | Te tūhono i ngā manaakitanga, te whakapai ake i ngā whakawhitinga ratonga

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Transition planning guidelines

Tania Wilson, clinical services manager/clinical lead youth services, Fresh Minds (by ProCare)


The model for improvement

Dr Kevin Cleary, quality lead mental health, Waitemata District Health Board


Project charter

Jacqueline Ryan, project lead, mental health and addiction quality improvement programme


Measurement for quality improvement

Natalie Horspool, senior data analyst, Health Quality & Safety Commission


Planning for action period

Jacqueline Ryan


Developing a theory of improvement

Andrew Jones, improvement advisor, Auckland District Health Board and mental health and addiction quality improvement programme


Published: 1 Jul 2022 Modified: 1 Jul 2022