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  The first Lunchtime Learning session for the year is up on our website:  Interventions for AOD use disorders in young people. Dr Grant Christie outlines current evidence for what works and what is...
Youth Forensic Psychiatry - University of Auckland Does your job include addressing mental health needs of adolescents / young adults involved with the law? The Department of Psychological Medicine...
Werry Workforce Whāraurau, the Ministry of Health and Te Pou are proud to announce the winners of the 2020 'whānau/family friendly' waiting room competition!   A small sampling of images from the...
Kia ora koutou In this pānui... Whāraurau News: Nau mai Haere mai - a new Pacific Advisor YCA Update - Reframe Wānanga Launch Sector Leaders' Update CAPA Update Real Skills Plus and University of...
Infant, Child & Adolescent Mental Health - University of Auckland For those in work where the main focus is addressing the mental health difficulties and needs of children and/or adolescents The...
This year student clinicians completing the University of Auckland Postgraduate Certificate in Infant, Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ICAMHS) completed the Real Skills Plus ICAMH/AOD competency...
Postgraduate Courses in Infant, Child & Adolescent Mental Health Certificate / Diploma / Masters For those in work where the main focus is addressing the mental health difficulties and needs of...
Werry Workforce Whāraurau, the Ministry of Health and Te Pou are looking for the most 'family/whānau friendly' waiting rooms in Aotearoa.  "Have you got your craft on? Got your administrator and...