We modify our usual social work practice approach in the context of a measles outbreak to prevent the transmission of the virus.
Measles and immunisation

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Last updated: 18/01/2022

Information architecture

The information architecture shows where pages physically live in the structure of the site. It’s always evolving and changing as our content is refined and added to.

Our information architecture

Our information architecture is based around our 3 modes of behaviour. It's designed to give practitioners clear pathways to:

  • check facts ('Policy' section)
  • find next steps and connect dots ('Our work' and 'Core practice' sections)
  • grow their practice and knowledge ('Practice approach' section).

Personas and behaviours

Practice approach

The practice approach area of the site holds detailed information on different aspects of our practice, including Te Toka Tūmoana, Va'aifetū and our 8 practice standards.

Practice approach

Our work and core practice

'Our work' is a process-based overview of what we do, when and how. It links together our processes with links to policy and guidance, to give practitioners a clear sense of how things fit together and where to go for more information.

Our work

'Core practice' holds information and guidance that is fundamental across our work, including working effectively with Māori, our practice tools and information sharing.

Core practice


This section holds all our operational policies. Practitioners should be able to find a quick answer to a question or requirement within a specific policy, or see related policy within process or guidance pages.