Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences


Tōmaiora seminars - 2014

18 November - Matua Rawiri Wharemate, Whaea Julie Wade, Whaea Dolly Paul, Matua Pio Jacobs, Whaea Takawai Jacobs, Matua Jim Rauwhero, Dr Phillipa Malpas, Dr Anneka Anderson

‘We all have a role: Exploring the challenges and rewards of working within a collaborative kaupapa Māori consistent research project on physician-assisted dying’

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We all have a role to play
(335.1 kB, PDF)

 

21 October - Dr Tahu Kukutai

'Measuring and monitoring Indigenous wellbeing, the need for new paradigms'

 

16 Setptember - Dr Paula Thérèse King

'Rise UP! Pomare: A documentary film project empowering children and young people to have their voices heard on what is important for their health and wellbeing’

 

19 August - Dr Chelsea Bond

‘Reconfiguring narratives of Indigeneity and Illness within Public Health: An Indigenous Australian Perspective’

View Dr Chelsea Bond's presentation by clicking here.

 

17 June - Rachel Tapera and Rochelle Newport

‘Infant feeding practices of grandparents’ (Rachel Tapera)
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‘Building Healthy Public Policy: Taxing Sugar Sweetened Beverages in the Cook Islands’ (Rochelle Newport)

 

20 May - Dr Beverley Lawton

‘E Hine: Pregnant Māori teens let down by system despite positive health-seeking behaviours’

15 April - Karen Brewer

‘The experiences of Māori with aphasia, their whānau members and speech-language therapists’

18 March - Dr George Laking and Dr Scott Metcalfe

‘Variation in the use of medicines by ethnicity during 2006’

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Karen Brewer biography
(64.6 kB, PDF)

18 March - Dr George Laking and Dr Scott Metcalfe

‘Variation in the use of medicines by ethnicity during 2006’

 

18 February - Dr Rhys Jones

"If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always got": Transforming health professional education to advance equity.

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Dr Rhys Jones biography
(87.3 kB, PDF)