Articles of Interest


Ministry of Health

Mental Health and Addiction update July 2019


Experts say mental health patients not to blame for a rise in violence in hospitals

Alison Mau reports 28 April 2019


Te Oranga Hinengaro: Māori Mental Wellbeing

Hoki atu ki ō maunga, kia purea koe e ngā hau a Tāwhiri-mātea
Return to your mountains, that you may be cleansed by the winds of Tāwhiri-mātea

Te Oranga Hinengaro presents results from the New Zealand Mental Health Monitor and the Health and Lifestyles Survey related to the mental health and wellbeing of Māori in New Zealand. In particular, this report provides insight into the relationship between multiple measures of mental health and Māori experiences of wellbeing: Whanaungatanga and belonging, cultural connectedness and reconnection, and strength of cultural identity. A key aspect of Te Oranga Hinengaro is the focus on within-Māori differences in mental health and wellbeing

Results from the New Zealand Mental Health Monitor & Health and Lifestyles Survey


International Council of Nurses - Policy to Practice - see page 30 and 40 for mental health case studies


Chief Ombudsman Peter Boshier's address to the Mental Health Nurses Section of the NZNO


Nurses' and Physical Health in the Mental Health setting [a Survey]  

Participant Information

Survey: Nurses and Physical Health


National Nursing Consortium Speciality Standards Development Guidance 2017


Report of Special Rapporteur on Right to Health


FoNS - Playing our Part - The work of graduate and registered mental health nurses.  An independent review by the Foundation of Nursing Studies.