By Dr Maia Melbourne-Wilcox (FRNZCGP) and Professor Sue Crengle (FRNZCGP) Published 21 August 2021 The response of primary care in the coming weeks, will directly influence how severely our health system will be impacted by the current COVID-19 outbreak in Aotearoa....
Te ORA docs, our board and staff and have worked on this ‘literacy-neutral Māori motif’ messaging around COVID-19. We all know that messages aimed at the mainstream don’t get through to everyone and that, although you and I have heard something 100 times, someone somewhere is hearing it for the first time.
Te Ngākau Ora – Support and Care
A reminder to our membership that during the current pandemic Level 4 lockdown, that you can access support through our Te Ngākau Ora collegial support programme.
Te ORA has private and confidential access to Senior Practitioners who can provide many different levels of support, and access to other services depending on your need.
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Unvaccinated Māori and Pasifika must be prioritised to receive their first COVID-19 vaccination
Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā says that due to the current COVID-19 outbreak, the Government must immediately prioritise Māori and Pasifika in the COVID-19 vaccination programme. “Aotearoa is staring in to the eye of a perfect storm and we are in a space where we need...
Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa, Māori Medical Practitioners Association (Te ORA) – Media Release The Kaihautū/Chairperson and Board of Te ORA, express faith in the direction that Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā are advocating for this phase of the response to COVID-19. All...
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Alert Level 3 – What does that mean for me? We are now in Alert Level 3 and it is still quite restrictive. When you are not at work, school, exercising or getting essentials then you should be at home, the same as at Level 4. This will help protect your whānau and...
Māori Health Response – An update To read the Initial COVID-19 Response Action Plan released just under two weeks ago you can visit the MoH website here. A lot of the mahi outlined in the plan has already begun. MoH has/is: currently supporting over 130 Māori health...
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