List of Kaupapa Maori providers in the Health Rotorua rohe
As part of its commitment to implementing the ‘working across sectors’ priority area of the Ministry of Health’s Maori Health Strategy: He Korowai Oranga, Health Rotorua wishes to provide Rotorua providers and the community with accurate and timely information on the services (including ...Continue Reading...
Maori Man Flu
No one likes to get sick and now that winter is upon us, many whanau will find themselves feeling unwell – coughs, fevers, congestion, aches and pains. No one is immune to getting sick but it does seem that if a Maori male is taken ill, or as others have called it, catches Man Flu, [...]Continue Reading...
Rotorua Traditional Maori Healing/Romiromi Workshop
Where: Te Roro o Te Rangi Marae, Ohinemutu,Rotorua Date: March Saturday 3,Sunday 4, 2012 Kaiako: Wikitoria Oman Based on the teachings of Papa Hohepa De La Mere, this Waananga is open to any health worker, practitioner of bodywork or spiritual seeker. Wikitoria Maori Healing has a mission to ...Continue Reading...
INTRODUCING: Poutiri Trust, Bay of Plenty
Poutiri Trust was established in 1997 by Te Whanau Poutirirangi Ora a Papa, a collective of kaumatua and kuia representing Iwi in the Bay of Plenty. Their role was to advocate Treaty relationships in health between the Crown and Iwi to improve the health status of Maori across the region. The ...Continue Reading...
Sleep Study guided by Kaupapa Maori
E Moe Mama is a study looking at the sleep of wahine and how it changes in pregnancy and after a baby is born and its relationship with a Mama’s health and well-being. It is being conducted by a team of researchers at the Sleep/Wake Research Centre (SWRC), Massey University and a key feature of [...]Continue Reading...
Introduction to Kaupapa Maori Health – Free programme
Learn about Kaupapa Maori Health FREE! 18 week programme 23rd February – 29th June 2011 Wednesdays 9am – 3pm Held at 157 Fraser Street, Tauranga Enrolments close 2nd February 2011 This is an introductory programme designed to prepare Maori students for the Bachelor of Nursing Degree. Nau mai ...Continue Reading...
- Opening of the Ki-o-Rahi Akotanga Iho Field, Waitangi – Tariana Turia
- Maori Party applauds release of child poverty and hardship measures
- Free Rotorua inner city parking receiving a positive response
- Teke Talk brings wahine voices, spoken word and poetry to Rotorua
- Maori in ICT continue to grow
- Chris McKenzie to run for Te Tai Hauauru