Health Scholarships for Maori

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E Rau Matatini Scholarships are open for 2012 and available in the following areas

Henry Rongomau Bennett

Maori Health Leadership Scholarships
The Henry Rongomau Bennett Foundation is a tribute to Henry Rongomau Bennett’s life and work as the first Maori Psychiatrist in Aotearoa. The purpose of the sch

olarship is to develop and build leadership in Maori health, competence in Te Ao Maori and excellence in health.


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Hoe Tahi Addiction and Methamphetamine Scholarships
The Hoe Tahi scholarships, with the support of Matua Raki, aims to strengthen the addiction workforce capacity and capability including those working with wh?nau who have poly drug issues. It will be available for people undertaking a relevant study programme in the area of addictions.


Hoe Rua Work Based Placements
The Hoe Rua Programme is now open to take registrations of interest from addiction treatment providers (residential programmes and community-based or day programmes) and methamphetamine sites. The aim of Hoe Rua is to grow the number of people currently working in addiction services by providing a new recruit with paid work-based placement with a supportive host organisation.


Hoe Wha Problem Gambling Undergraduate Scholarships
The aims of Hoe Wh? undergraduate programme is to support people currently working in the problem gambling or gambling sector and who are undertaking a relevant study programme in the 2011 academic year.


Hoe Wha Problem Gambling Postgraduate, Masters and PHD
The Hoe Wha programme also aims to develop the problem gambling and gambling sector to enhance research capacity by providing scholarships in the area of problem gambling study and research. There will be a post doctoral fellowship available that supports post doctoral research in addition to the above programmes.


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