We came across these resources and found them very useful. Kia ora to the NZ Mental Health Foundation for these.
Abstracts with PowerPoints
- Keynote: Suicide prevention:whanau-centred approaches
- Whanau Ora is the Outcome – now where is the Map?
- Keynote: Cherish the Va and strengthen Pacific wellbeing
- The Lowdown: early intervention services for young people
- Travellers – a resilience building programme for first year secondary students
- Positive and Proud – building a community that supports tamariki and whānau in life crises
- He kura te tangata; the human being is precious. Supporting whanau and indivduals bereaved by suicide or affected by suicide attempt
- A Pasifika model to address suicide prevention in Porirua
- A difference for Maori? Self-harm and suicide prevention collaborative whakawhanaungatanga
- Key findings from a Maori hui to address suicide postvention for Maori communities in Wellington
- Tua o Te Arai: unveiling understandings
- International key note: is best practice really elusive when working with Indigenous populations?
- Maori response to National Depression Initiative Campaign
There are also a series of video interviews with Mason Durie, who discusses Whanau centred approches, Nicole Coupe discusses Cultural assessment for suicide and Tracy Westerman talks about Indigenous best practice.