Te ORA – Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa (The Māori Medical Practitioners Association) provides Māori medical leadership to the health sector.
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FAQs – Te ORA Hui ā-Tau & Scientific Conference 2020
Te ORA Hui ā-Tau & Scientific Conference 2020 – Call for Abstracts
Te ORA Hui ā-Tau & Scientific Conference 2020 – Registrations OPEN
Choosing Wisely means Choosing Equity
Tēnā koutou katoa, To view the report please click here>> We are delighted to send you a copy of the report Choosing Wisely means Choosing Equity 2020, commissioned by Choosing Wisely and Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa (Te ORA). Choosing Wisely is an...
Te ORA Hui a-Tau and Scientific Conference 2020
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...
Te ORA and the Health and Disability System Review
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...
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COVID-19 – Article – Why equity for Māori must be prioritised during the Covid-19 response
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...
COVID-19 – MoH Update – PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR ESSENTIAL WORKERS
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...