How to Treat: Te Tumu Waiora: The integrated primary mental health and addiction model

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How to Treat: Te Tumu Waiora: The integrated primary mental health and addiction model

David Codyre, Cindy Sharon, Leona Didsbury, Renee Henry and Daniel Crozier
HTT Feb 2

This article describes the three new roles in the integrated primary mental health and addiction model – health improvement practitioners, health coaches and Awhi Ora support workers. It also gives “a day in the life” vignettes for each role and explains how they work with the existing GP and nurse workforce to provide primary care focused on holistic wellbeing

This continuing medical education activity has been endorsed by the RNZCGP and has been approved for up to 1 CME credit for the General Practice Educa
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