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Presentations from the workshop Zero Seclusion: towards eliminating seclusion by 2020

14 Dec 2021

Below are the powerpoint presentations and videos of speaker presentations, as well as a gallery of images from the Wellington workshop on eliminating seclusion by 2020.

Launch of Zero Seclusion: towards eliminating seclusion by 2020

Mr Ron Dunham, chief executive, Lakes DHB / MHA Lead, National CEs Group

Welcome and introduction

Robyn Shearer, chief executive, Te Pou o te Whakaaro Nui

Dr Janice Wilson, chief executive, Health Quality & Safety Commission

Setting the context 

Angela Gruar, practice and leadership development manager, Te Pou o te Whakaaro Nui 

Karen O’Keefe, Commission quality improvement advisor

Consumer experience

Shaun McNeil, Commission national consumer engagement advisor, mental health and addiction programme

Dean Rangihuna, māori consumer advisor, Canterbury DHB

Programme plan

Dr Clive Bensemann, Commission clinical lead, mental health and addiction programme

Dr Roz Sorensen, Commission manager, mental health and addiction programme

Co-design introduction

Dr Lynne Maher, director of innovation, Ko Awatea

Learning from data

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

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Published: 14 Dec 2021 Modified: 14 Dec 2021