28 February 2020
In February, Director Jim Mann and several researchers spoke to an audience of 150 health service funders, planners and clinical leads at the Long-Term Conditions Forum for DHBs, PHOs and community-based health providers.
This was a fantastic opportunity to present research evidence to an audience interested in new ways of delivering care to people living with long-term conditions.
Researchers from the Mana Tū, WellConnectedNZ and He Pikinga Waiora project teams presented the results of their innovative approaches to designing more effective and equitable models of care.
Following the keynote session, concurrent workshops run by WellConnectedNZ and Mana Tū explored how these models can be adapted in real-world settings.
More videos from the Forum are available on the Health Navigator YouTube channel.
The Long-Term Conditions Forum for DHBs and Primary Care was organised by the Ministry of Health in partnership with Health Navigator NZ and Health Literacy NZ.
Mana Tū and WellConnectedNZ are funded by the Long-Term Conditions Partnership between the Ministry of Health, the Health Research Council and Healthier Lives.
Originally published 21 July 2020.