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Presentations from the third learning session for Zero seclusion: towards eliminating seclusion by 2020

1 Jul 2022

Below are the available videos of speaker presentations, from the third learning session on eliminating seclusion by 2020.

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Consumer stories

Shaun McNeil, advisor, consumer engagement, Health Quality & Safety Commission and the consumer advisory group


Shared learning

Chris Munro, Southern District Health Board (DHB)


Shared learning

Robbie Walker, Hawke's Bay DHB



Achieving equitable outcomes: equity data, change ideas, application

Wi Keelan, Māori advisor, Health Quality & Safety Commission & Karen O’Keeffe, quality improvement advisor, Health Quality & Safety Commission



PDSA cycle learning – adopt, adapt, abandon

Andrew Jones and Chris Hocken, MidCentral DHB


Scale up and spread

Dr Kevin Cleary


Updating your theory for improvement

Karen O'Keeffe


Innovative approaches in mental health and addiction care

Dr David Codyre


Increasing safety for all – assessing and removing barriers

Dr Roz Sorensen



Holding the gains: introduction to sustainability, monitoring and reporting

Karen O'Keeffe


Summary and next action period

Karen O'Keeffe


Published: 1 Jul 2022 Modified: 1 Jul 2022