Implementation of Te Kokiri: Progress by DHB Boards and MoH to the end of 2010 - 11

Please click here for the Implementation of Te Kokiri: Working Draft Report 2010 - 11

 

 


Implementation of Te Kokiri: Progress by DHB and MoH end of 2009-2010

 


Implementation Work Programme 2006-2009

The joint District Health Boards/ Ministry of Health Te Kokiri Work Programme has commenced with Mary Smith, GM Planning & Funding Lakes DHB, representing the Midland Region. 

Quarterly reporting to the Ministry of Health on progress against the ten leading challenges has commenced nationally. 

Midland Regions Te Kokiri Annual Report May 2010 Midland Regions Te Kokiri Report 2nd Quarter Oct-Dec 2009
Midland Regions Te Kokiri Report 3rd Quarter Jan-Mar 2009 Midland Region Te Kokiri Report 2nd Quarter Oct-Dec 2008
Midland Region Te Kokiri Report 1st Quarter Jul-Sept 2008 Midland Region Te Kokiri Report 4th Quarter Apr-Jun 2008
Midland Region Te Kokiri Report 3rd Quarter Jan-Mar 2008   

 

 


 Ministry of Health Te Kokiri Advisory Group

The Ministry of Health Te Kokiri Advisory Group meet quarterly and is comprised of representatives from each DHB region.

March 10 Minutes                    July 2008 Draft Minutes

 

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Te Kokiri: The Mental Health and Addiction Action Plan 2006-2015 was released by the Government in August 2006. Te Kokiri was jointly developed by the Ministry of Health and District Health Boards and resulted from collaboration across the mental health and addiction sector.

The joint work programme establishes how the Ministry of Health and District Health Boards intend to work together, along with key sector stakeholders, in implementing Te Kokiri.

The overall purpose of the joint work programme is to: 

Te Kokiri has a large number of actions some of which are to be led by DHBs or the Ministry individually, and others that have been identified as being jointly led by the Ministry and DHBs. It is these joint actions that form the first three years joint work programme.

Joint projects will either occur through existing groups or new project teams will be established. Project groups will involve the usual consultation and wider mental health and addiction sector engagement, including with service users, family and whanau, clinicians and NGOs.