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Harmonised : the usefulness for whānau. Presented at Making a difference mental health symposium, Auckland, 1 December 2017 Moira Howson, Te Wai Barbarich, Jackie Feather and Jane Koziol-McLain

By: Howson, Moira.
Contributor(s): Barbarich, Te Wai | , Feather, Jackie | Koziol-McLain, Jane.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : AUT, 2017Description: electronic document (21 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): Making a difference mental health symposium -- 1 December 2017 -- Auckland, New Zealand | ADOLESCENTS | INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS | MĀORI | PRIMARY PREVENTION | SOCIAL MEDIA | TECHOLOGY | HANGARAU MŌHIOHIO | PŪMANAWA TAUTONO | RANGAHAU MĀORI | TAITAMARIKI | WHĀNAU | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Download PPT version from symposium proceedings | Harmonised app (website) Summary: The Harmonised app was developed as part of a four-year research study to help taitamariki (young people) develop and promote healthy relationships in Aotearoa New Zealand, funded by MBIE (see https://harmonised.co.nz). The findings on the app's usefulness for mothers were presented at the Making a difference mental health symposium organised by Te Pou in December 2017. This is the presentation in PDF format. See also #6486 for a subsequent Māori youth hui on the Harmonised app. Record #6487)
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The Harmonised app was developed as part of a four-year research study to help taitamariki (young people) develop and promote healthy relationships in Aotearoa New Zealand, funded by MBIE (see https://harmonised.co.nz). The findings on the app's usefulness for mothers were presented at the Making a difference mental health symposium organised by Te Pou in December 2017. This is the presentation in PDF format. See also #6486 for a subsequent Māori youth hui on the Harmonised app. Record #6487)