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About NZGG's Self-harm and Suicide Prevention Collaborative
About NZGG's Self-harm and Suicide Prevention Collaborative
About NZGG's Self-harm and Suicide Prevention Collaborative
About NZGG's Self-harm and Suicide Prevention Collaborative
About NZGG's Self-harm and Suicide Prevention Collaborative
About NZGG's Self-harm and Suicide Prevention Collaborative
About NZGG's Self-harm and Suicide Prevention Collaborative
About NZGG's Self-harm and Suicide Prevention Collaborative
About NZGG's Self-harm and Suicide Prevention Collaborative
About NZGG's Self-harm and Suicide Prevention Collaborative
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About NZGG's Self-harm and Suicide Prevention Collaborative

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Emma Sutich. SPINZ Symposium, Christchurch, 2005. http://www.spinz.org.nz

Emma Sutich. SPINZ Symposium, Christchurch, 2005. http://www.spinz.org.nz

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  1. N Z GG’s Self-harm and Suicide P revention C ollaborative S e tting targ e ts to im p ro ve syste m s o f care
  2. Outline• Background to the project• What we want to achieve• How we will do this• How we will know if we are getting it right• Turning evidence into practice• Setting the targets
  3. Aims of the Project• Improved consumer experience when using emergency departments, Maori and mental health services• Giving clinicians valuable experience and skills that they can transfer to other quality improvement initiatives• All stakeholders working together to achieve the outcomes.• Improved service co-ordination and collaboration
  4. Benefits for consumers• Improved responsiveness• Better referral and co-ordination between emergency and mental health services• Improved access to services• Improved follow up• Culturally appropriate services• Family/whanau and friends in the picture
  5. Client Pathway ProcessCommunity ED, Mental & Mäori Discharge Care Health Services Destination Presentation Assessment Management• What is a typical problem at each point of the process?• Are there examples of best practice?• What can we measure?• What are the guiding principles for change that can be tested? National Institute of Clinical Studies © 2005
  6. Turning Evidence Into Practice• Analysis of Gaps  Access/ delivery  Assessment of risk and mental health issues  Discharge and follow up  Training/ supervision  Service co-ordination• Evidence of Best Practice• Priorities for Change• Setting the Targets
  7. Workshop Exercises• Task 1: Identifying the gaps against key recommendations from the guidelines• Task 2: Priorities for intervention
  8. Task 2: Priorities for intervention• Points to consider:• Maximum impact for maximum people• Quality measures for change – Timeliness – Appropriateness – Effectiveness – Safety – Satisfaction
  9. Next Steps• Setting targets – Specific – Measurable – Achievable – Realistic – Time bound• Testing the targets• How you can contribute further
  10. For more information please go to:www.nzgg.org.nz Next Stepsor contact:Antonia Stewart, astewart@nzgg.org.nz.

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