Supporting Parents Healthy Children Online Forum

Start Date
Wed, 3 May 2023 - 9:00 am
End Date
  • Do you want to better understand the principles of change management and how these can be applied?  

  • Are you wanting change management tools that will help you implement the Supporting Parents, Healthy Children guidelines?  

In this online forum on Wednesday 3 May, you will hear from a range of different speakers who will give you insights into:  

  • Manatu Haoura updates  

  • The theory of change management  

  • Insight into change and how leaders can support sustained change  

  • Aotearoa focused implementation frameworks, and lived experience and whanau approaches to change  

  • Insights into SPHC implementation post-Covid  

We have the privilege of being supported by Dr Robyn Mildon, (Centre for Evidence and Implementation), Dr John Otzel (Waikato University), and Dr Karen Webster (Auckland University of Technology). As the agenda is developed more speakers will be confirmed.  

Supporting Parents Healthy Children is an initiative that aims to increase the capability of people working with whānau experiencing wellbeing concerns to identify, and where necessary, support whānau and their tamariki to enhance whānau wellbeing.  


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No registrations are required. 

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Dr Karen Webster

Dr Karen Webster is senior lecturer in the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences at AUT University.

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Dr Robyn Mildon

Robyn Mildon, PhD, is an internationally recognised figure in 

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Gloria Sheridan


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John Oetzel

Professor | Waikato Management School

John Oetzel is a professor at the Waikato Management School.

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John Zonnevylle

Chief Clinical Advisor (Acting) 

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Dr Bronwyn Dunnachie

Senior Advisor

In her Senior Advisor role, Bronwyn (Bron) has responsibility for the engagement with infant, child, youth and family/whānau wellbeing workforces i

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Stacey Porter

Pou Matua | Senior Advisor

Stacey descends from Ngai Takoto, Ngāti Kahu and Ngāpuhi in the far north, and Rongowhakaata, Ngāti Maru on the east coast.

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