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COVID-19 – Article – Coronavirus: Traditional Māori funeral practices should stop, health experts say
Māori medical professionals say not enough is being done by the government to protect Māori, Pacific people and impoverished communities from coronavirus. "The inequality will be big once the coronavirus gets past the containment...
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR ESSENTIAL WORKERS As an essential worker you are playing a vital and much appreciated role in keeping New Zealand running during Alert Level 4. You may be wondering if you need to be using personal protective equipment (PPE) in order...
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The SGM was attended by 31 people and the majority of the recommendations were passed. The draft minutes will be circulated to all current financial members. This is a quick summary: read more >> Date: Monday, 22 December 2014
Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa, the Māori Medical Practitioners Association, (Te ORA), welcomes the establishment of a NZ Cancer Action Plan and we congratulate the Ministry and the Minister of Health on the delivery of this. The Cancer Action Plan is a long awaited...
This Symposium will focus on the oral health issues confronting Aotearoa New Zealand today. It will go beyond techical aspects of oral health, and by doing so, generate the critical discussion required to design and deliver an oral health system that works,...
Tēnā koutou katoa Nau mai, haere mai ki a Māori Health Review. We aim to bring you top Māori and Indigenous health research from Aotearoa and internationally. Ngā mihi nui ki Manatu Hauora Māori for sponsoring this review, which comes to you every two months. Ko te...