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Māori Medical Practitioners Association
Hui ā-Tau & Scientific Conference 2020
6 November 2020
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To view the Te ORA ePanui, June 2021 please copy this url https://us5.admin.mailchimp.com/campaigns/show?id=5023925
To view the ePanui - Cultural Safety in Vocational Medical Training please copy and paste the URL: https://us5.admin.mailchimp.com/campaigns/show?id=5019553 To view the report please click here https://teora.maori.nz/te-ora-in-partnersh
The New Zealand Society for the Study of Diabetes, Te RōpūWhakakaupapa Urutā and Te ORA welcome long-awaited PHARMACfunding of new diabetes medications The New Zealand Society for the Study of Diabetes (NZSSD), Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā /National Māori Pandemic Group...
MEDIA RELEASE - With reference to the National Bowel Screening programme Te ORA says: Media Release - National Bowel Screening programmeDownload We have considered the epidemiology as reported by researchers Ass-Prof Sue Crengle and Melissa Cragg and have been...
He Karere - Te ORA Hui a-Tau 2020Tēnā tātau me ngā mihi nui ki tēnā ki tēnā, Hoping that you are all well and that the COVID stress is abating a little! Two notices today. Firstly, I want to send big thanks to Te Oraiti who has gone across, after being with us for 4...
Announcing Te ORA Hui a-Tau & Scientific Conference in partnership with RNZCGP's Health Aotearoa 2020. Announcing Health Aotearoa 2020! You will recall that the WONCA Asia Pacific conference scheduled for April was postponed due to COVID-19.We are very pleased to...
This report has much to commend it. The move to a national services procurement programme with a population health focus will do much to reduce fragmentation of services, and fewer DHBs with no appointed governers is likely to increase efficiency. But it has two...
Dr Sarah Sciascia explains how to avoid getting COVID-19 https://youtu.be/j9bf47zzaaw
To view video with Dr Lily Fraser please click here
Te ORA Board wishes to congratulate Dr Rhys Jones, recipient of the Prime Minister's Supreme Award in 2020 along with an award for Sustained Excellence in Tertiary Teaching - Kaupapa Māori category. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lm1gqfwTHLk
Click on the URL to view the latest Te ORA ePanui - March 2020 - https://mailchi.mp/4efed4bcbbe2/e-panui-exciting-start-of-pataka-project-vote-for-curtis-to-stay-on-the-medical-council
We are looking for an experienced GP to join our community practice based in Waiwhetu Lower Hutt. We are a family friendly practice in the process of rebuilding ourselves around kaupapa Maori values and we are seeking professionals who are aligned to our whanau ora....
I love my culture, but it’s not the answer to Māori health inequities For the last four decades, cultural competency has been promoted as the answer to Māori inequities in health. But, despite many moves to insert Māori culture into health, Māori health statistics are...
Comms via ePanui/email will be distributed this afternoon. It will contain all the links and instructions for the Conference and Annual General Meeting. To be informed you need to read the comms (please from Sarah and Te Aniwa).
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