Health Excellence Awards Posters

Entries to the Health Excellence Awards can be either as an oral or poster presentation. Posters may be either traditional style posters or electronic posters (a series of slides). These posters have been submitted as entries in the Waitemata Health Excellence Awards and have not been subject to peer review.  They may contain errors of fact or analysis, expressions of personal opinion and may not reflect Waitemata District Health Board’s policies, procedures and guidelines for clinical practice.



2015 Posters

WHEA 101 (slides) Te Pou: A framework of supervision in a bi-cultural context
WHEA 102 (slides) Nurses' clinic for metabolic screening - a vehicle for change
WHEA 103 (slides) Extended Scope Physiotherapists Saving the Health Dollar
WHEA 104 12 months of service improvements at Waiatarau Acute Mental Health Unit
WHEA 105 Secure Beginnings: piloting an early intervention attachment service
WHEA 106 Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) in Community Settings - a feasibility study
WHEA 107 The Residential Aged Care Integration Programme: Reducing acute admissions
WHEA 108 Striving for Equity – reducing inequalities in a population based screening pilot
WHEA 109 Oesophageal screening as an adjunct to the Videofluoroscopic Study of Swallowing
WHEA 111 Mission Smokefree
WHEA 112 Supporting the nation in Fibreoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing
WHEA 113 Building a framework for continuing competence in Wheelchair and Seating Assessment for therapists
WHEA 115 (slides) Don’t get stuck - a collaborative approach to minimise opioid-induced constipation
WHEA 116 A Responsive Mental Health & Addiction Service Model for Asian People
WHEA 117 The evolution of an enhanced educational & discharge package for complex discharges from the Acute Wards
WHEA 120 (slides) To crush or not to crush? – a new medication crushing guide for Residential Aged Care

WHEA 121
A resource for occupational therapists and occupational therapy students
WHEA 122 Youth AOD Treatment: Better Together – Enhancing liaison between primary care and secondary care services.
WHEA 123 (slides) Linking ‘value to clients’ with ‘evidence-base’ in addiction

WHEA 124 Initiation of Sharps Container Collection Service on the North Shore

WHEA 125 How occupational therapists in Aotearoa/NZ have taken up ideas in the international occupational therapy literature
WHEA 126 Mind The Gap: Improving Transitions of Care between Critical Care & Ward Areas: A Multidisciplinary Approach.