Survey for Māori doctors about experiences of racism, discrimination, bullying, and harassment

We’re inviting you to take part in a national survey for Māori medical students and Māori doctors (with a current annual practising certificate) on experiences of racism, discrimination, bullying and harassment in workplace and training environments.

Your participation involves completing an anonymous online survey that takes about 30 minutes about your experiences as a Māori doctor. Participants get a $40 voucher AND go into a draw to win a $300 prize pack.

There are lots of ways to access the survey or find out more about the project and who is on the research team:

Click on this link:Go to our website:Email the research team:

Before entering the survey you will be given a short Participant Information Sheet (PIS) to read and a copy to download. This outlines what the project is about and what participating will involve. You can complete the survey on anything connected to the internet (computer, tablet or mobile phone) and on any browser.

Participation is voluntary and anonymous. You don’t have to complete the whole thing all at once and can exit the survey at any time.

You may receive this invitation from more than one organisation. Feel free to share this email with other Māori medical doctors.

Thank you for considering this research – we really appreciate it!

Assoc. Prof. Donna Cormack

Te Kupenga Hauora Māori, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences,

University of Auckland

Private Bag 92019, Auckland 1142

Approved by the University of Auckland Health Research Ethics Committee on 21 May 2021 for 3 years. Reference number AH22702.

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