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NewsletterWinter Issue 5 - July 2018

Kia ora, Kia orana, Talofa & Hello

I hope everyone is keeping warm as the winter months have descended on us with the vengeance.  I know you will be enjoying the sunny days when we get them and like me counting down the days until Spring comes.

It gives me great pleasure to welcome Belinda Walker back to our team.  Some of you will remember that Belinda was instrumental in rolling out PRIMHD across the Midland NGO sector.  Belinda joins us as our Information Coordinator and will be working on making sense of the mental health and addiction data that we have available to us.

The Mental Health Inquiry has completed the Midland DHB site visits and I hope that you had the opportunity to either talk with the panel or write in a submission on behalf of your service.  Our regional Leadership Networks were consulted and we provided a submission reflecting the individual networks area of expertise.  Click here to see the submission we provided on behalf of our sector.

In the Summer Newsletter I featured the Midland DHB values, which caused me to reflect on whether our Regional Network vision, mission and values aligned to the aspirations of the Midland DHBs and HealthShare Limited (Midland Shared Service Agency).  To that end, over the last six months the regional networks have spent time re-working our logo, vision, mission and values.

“Improving Mental Health and Addiction”

MHA Vision Logo

Whakatōngia te aroha hai oranga mo te whānau,

Whakatōngia te kohara kia awe ai te Iwi

Plant the seed of love so that the whānau will survive,

plant the seed of passion to give strength to Iwi

To read more on its development and meaning click here...

We have a number of regional projects occurring across the sector and Akatu, Belinda and Steve have highlighted some of the work they are doing in the newsletter.  Our Midland Mental Health & Addiction website has a wealth of information and I would recommend you checking it out www.midlandmentalhealthnetwork.co.nz as it is updated regularly.

Until the Spring newsletter, stay warm.

Eseta

To read on the articles featured in our Winter newsletter click the links below:

 


WinterEnd of Summer Issue 4 - March 2018

Kia ora, Kia orana, Talofa & Hello

Welcome to our winter Midland Mental Health & Addictions e-Newsletter.

It has been a busy beginning of 2018 with hot, humid and stormy weather.  We celebrate all the success that we have achieved across the region so far.

Values are a large part of what drives an organisation and the values are reflected by us, the staff.  As a region, each of our DHBs have developed values that reflect the communities that they serve, check out their websites for more information.

Bay of Plenty DHBBOP ValueHauora Tairawhiti

Hauora Tairawhiti

  • Whakarangatira/enrich - Enriching the health of our community by doing our very best
  • Awhi/support - Supporting our turoro/patients their whanau/families, our community partners and each other
  • Kotahitanga/togetherness - Together we can achieve more
  • Aroha/compassion - Empathy, we care for people and people want to be cared for by us

Our values form the acronym WAKA. They reflect our past while guiding us on our journey to create a healthier Tairāwhiti by working together.

Lakes DHBLakes DHB

Lakes DHB has three organisational values.  They are:

  • Manaakitanga - Respect and acknowledgement of each other's intrinsic value and contribution
  • Integrity - Truthfully and consistently acting collectively for the common good
  • Accountability - Collective and individual ownership for clinical and financial outcomes and sustainability

Taranaki DHBTaranaki DHB

We will work together by:

  • Treating people with trust, respect and compassion
  • Communicating openly, honestly and acting with integrity
  • Enabling professional and organisational standards to be met
  • Supporting achievement and acknowledging successes
  • Creating healthy and safe environments
  • Welcoming new ideas

Waikato DHBWaikato Values

  • Give and earn respect / Whakamana
  • Listen to me talk to me / Whakarongo
  • Fair play / Mauri Pai
  • Growing the good / Whakapakari
  • Stronger together / Kotahitanga

To read on the articles featured in our End of Summer newsletter click the links below: