Te ORA – Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa (The Māori Medical Practitioners Association) provides Māori medical leadership to the health sector.
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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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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...
Treaty of Waitangi The Health Services and Outcomes Kaupapa Inquiry (Wai 2575) began in November 2016. Wai 2499 was filed by Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa2. The Wai 2499 claim concerns inequitable Māori health outcomes across the entire New Zealand health system, including...