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Moira Clunie
I care about things: social inclusion, sustainability, poetry, compassion, shaking up what needs agitating. I'm also & a mental health promoter.
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Moira Clunie retweeted
Changing Minds Jan 18
Do you have a passion for using your lived experience of mental distress and recovery to make Aotearoa a more inclusive place to live and work? Applications for Rākau Roroa are open now!
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Fit For Work NZ Jan 16
and Health Promotion Agency have joined forces to create The Five Ways to Wellbeing at Work Tool Kit. The toolkit is all about encouraging workplaces to prioritise . Check it out here:
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Moira Clunie Jan 9
Replying to @MadameOrrocks
Nice one! Congratulations ❤️❤️❤️
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Moira Clunie Jan 8
Replying to @HealthyWorkGrp
Thanks! I can't DM you as you don't follow me, but my email's moira at :)
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Moira Clunie Jan 8
Replying to @abmhdsgn
Sorry for slow reply, thank you so much! Glad it holds up after (yikes) more than 15 years...
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Moira Clunie Jan 8
Would love to know more about this programme - is it written up anywhere? (I work w team promoting workplace wellbeing & mental health at )
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Silent Movie GIFs Dec 18
If someone ever makes a Buster Keaton video game, this would make a good level (My Wife's Relations 1922)
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Terry Fleming Dec 16
I've started a simple blog to report our new research in plain language for busy people (also 'cause we have so many new papers I can't keep up )
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Moira Clunie retweeted
Mental Health Fdn Dec 6
Please help us by completing our anonymous survey! We’re developing a resource for family, whānau, friends, teachers and others, who support young people, to feel more confident to have safe conversations about suicide.
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Moira Clunie Dec 6
"Despite risks, challenges & stigma, an increasing number of NZers living with voices are sharing experiences, taking back some control of their treatment from the medical system, & reclaiming the labels that were once used to stigmatise & dismiss them."
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Heard a guy talking about Belgian whistles. "A basic website costs 10k, or 25k upwards if you want all the Belgian whistles," he said. Belgian whistles.
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Moira Clunie Nov 28
“I hammer to open a tunnel, though I am not sure that I believe in the sky”
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Geoff Stone Nov 25
So important for children's mental health "Redefine ‘symptoms’ as ‘signals’ that all is not well in a child’s wider environment – let this become the common language of our child care systems"
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Moira Clunie Nov 20
“We, ourselves, were anecdotes.” - Dr Miriam Larsen-Barr on the need for people with lived experience to lead research for wider perspectives to be heard.
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Terry Fleming Nov 20
Joined up physical & mental health services, rather than specialist 'mental health' services alone, are promising for youth. Best evidence & future directions. Our new paper: with & all
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Robot Advice Nov 20
Here's the thing - nobody knows. We're all scared here.
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Richard Stephens Nov 19
"If there is no data there is no problem " - Why Service User Research so important
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Moira Clunie Oct 25
Replying to @miss_fae
Confirmed seitan-worshipping Pikachu on the loose.
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Moira Clunie Oct 10
Replying to @Sam_Orchard
😀
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