A step by step guide to what happens with your MAP once it is submitted to Southern DHB. When you create a MAP via the Southern Health website 1. Client’s MAP is created online (via the SouthernHealth website) 2. Southern DHB Mental Health IT person then downloads and formats the MAP 3. Consumer Advisor thenContinue reading “Who looks at my MAP?”
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How to upload a MAP?
A guide submitting a MAP at Southern DHB Be sure to also refer to the MHAID HCS uploading guide on iLearn, which you can access here: 1. Complete MAP with your client, ensuring that it has been signed 2. Scan the document and name it according to the HCS uploading guidelines 3. Save the file intoContinue reading “How to upload a MAP?”
MAPS in the news!
Recently, the Johnnie Potiki and Heather Casey talked to Mike Houlahan from the Otago Daily Times about our MAPS project. They detail the reasons why people may want to create a MAP and where we are heading with the research project. Check it out here.
We are always keen to increase understanding of MAPS and share how our research is going in the community. Here is a recent presentation for Mobile Health on MAPS with Johnnie Potiki and Tony O’Brien.
FAQs for consumers
Wondering what MAPS are and how they might help you in times of mental distress? Thinking about how you can create one and what a MAPS might contain? Check out our FAQs and get in touch if you have any questions. What is a Mental-health Advance Preferences statement (MAPS)? It is a way for youContinue reading “FAQs for consumers”
FAQs for service providers
What is a MAPS? A Mental-health Advance Preferences Statement (MAPS) is a document that allows consumers to have a voice when their voice may not be heard because they were too unwell or not in a position to be able to speak for themselves. A MAPS is a statement made when a person is wellContinue reading “FAQs for service providers”
In the first of our resources series, we introduce the purpose of MAPS and what they may contain. We create this resource as a result of a series of discussion with people in the community who have lived experience of mental distress and/or support people who may have used mental health services before. You canContinue reading “Introducing MAPS”
Lenagh-Glue, J., Potiki, J., O’Brien, A., Dawson, J., Thom, K., Casey, H, & Glue, P. (2020). Help and Hinderances to Completion of Psychiatric Advance Directives. Psychiatric Services. In press. Lenagh-Glue, J., Thom, K., O’Brien, A., Potiki, J., Casey, H., Dawson, J., & Glue, P. (2020). The content of Mental Health Advance Preference statements (MAPs): An assessmentContinue reading “Our library”