A panel hosted by Kirsten Kyle, in which our panellists Alex Nicholas and Karōria Johns discuss how to authentically engage with communities.
Hosted by Amarjit Maxwell, CE Collaborative Aotearoa, we are pleased to bring back Paul Schmitz, beaming in from the US.
A recently published paper, focusing on centering equity and collective impact reflects the evolution in this space. Paul was a crucial partner in the development of this paper and has been working in close proximity to communities who are boldly pursuing equity in their work.
Collective Impact has now been used globally for over 10 years, one of the key learnings has been that it is impossible to get population level change unless you address the disparities. As the Health Sector moves forward in a changing environment with many using and adopting the Collective Impact approach, this topic is well placed to support centering equity in our mahi.
Exploring bias in healthcare and how to address it.
Led by Irihapeti Mahuika and with our panellists Hemaima Reihana-Tate and Kyle Eggleton we will delve into bias in the health care sector.
Hemaima will introduce the concept of Mauri Ora “The art of breathing life into others experiences”. What happens within ourselves when we make a personal judgement about someone else?
Kyle will describe his journey of self-reflection and how it has impacted the way in which he provides care to patients and their whānau.
Webinar Slides - Kyle Eggleton
Webinar Slides - Hemaima Reihana-Tait
The Collective Impact approach is already being used with success in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Learn more about the the reality of implementation, the challenges and the benefits for our whānau and communities.
Learn about the elements that make up a Collective Impact approach. Hear inspiring stories of how collective impact has delivered social change.
Understanding the importance of engaging with consumers in developing and delivering health care services.
Anthony Hill as the keynote speaker will discuss a framework for delivering patient-centred care that includes cultural engagement and involvement. Learn more about partnering with patients and consumers and gathering whanau voice in planning and delivering high quality primary care services.
We will hear examples of how this works in practice, the challenges, the learnings and the benefits of successful consumer engagement and why it matters. Opportunity for questions and answers will be provided.