Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand Runanga Whakapiki Ake i te Hauora o Aotearoa
Web sites and links
Traditionally Māori were an auahi kore /smokefree culture. Auahi kore works to change attitudes towards smoking, encourage Māori to either stop smoking or not to start and to reclaim this smokefree status.
Hauora.com has grown out of the need for Maori health professionals, workers, and managers to take a coordinated, managed, and active approach to their own development. It is a national initiative involving a number of Maori led health professional organisations and networks.
Health Promotion Agency
The HPA leads and delivers innovative, high quality and cost-effective programmes that promote health and encourage healthy lifestyles.
Health Promotion Agency
Māori Health Providers
There are a number of Māori health providers contracted to District Health Boards throughout Aotearoa. Māori health providers tend to deliver health and disability services to predominantly Māori clients, although certainly not exclusively to Māori clients. What does distinguish the service is the kaupapa and the delivery framework which is distinctively Māori.
Maori Health Providers
Māori Public Health Workforce Development
Māori public health workforce development is a priority of Te Uru Kahikatea; the Public Health Workforce Development Plan (TUK). One of the overarching priorities of TUK is to improve Māori health and address the health disparities between Māori and non-Māori.
Public Health Workforce Development
Ministry of Health
This site provides information about Māori Health and highlights the policies, programmes and people addressing Māori Health.
There are introductions to the Māori Health and Disability Service Providers and the Ministry of Health Māori Health Strategic Direction.
Also, Māori health Statistics, and Publications.
Nga Ngaru Hauora O Aotearoa
The National Māori Health Providers Association
Nga Ngaru Hauora O Aotearoa's vision is to contribute to the improvement of Māori Health & Well Being through the development of: workforce development strategies/opportunities, research, policy and networking.
Māori News and Indigenous Views
TangataWhenua.com is a Māori owned and operated information and communications technology company, specialising in all things digital and indigenous.
Te Puna Web Directory
The aim of Te Puna Web Directory is to provide a subject gateway to selected New Zealand and Pacific Island Internet information resources that help libraries, their users, and all New Zealanders meet their professional, educational, cultural and personal information needs.
A very useful collection of links Māori health websites and more from the National Library.
Te Rau Matatini - Health Pro
Te Rau Matatini is a national Māori health workforce development organisation established in 2002. Our strategic focus is to provide for Māori workforce development solutions and advancement of indigenous wellness.
Te Rau Matatini
University Research Centres
Māori Research Centres Massey University
The Research Centers at Massey university include Te Pumanawa Hauora, Research Centre for Māori Health and Development Māori Research
Tōmaiora Māori Health Research Centre
Auckland University, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, School of Population Health
Tōmaiora Research Centre is the research focus of Te Kupenga Hauora Māori. Tōmaiora is dedicated to quality research that executes the highest standards. All research undertaken will be productive for Māori health development and lead to long-term improvements in Māori health. Individuals, whānau, hapū and iwi will benefit positively. Tōmaiora Research
Health Services Research Centre
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, Te Whare Wānanga o te Ūpoko o te Ika a Māui Aoteoroa
Māori Health - current projects
University of Otago
- Dunedin School of Medicine Te Rōpū Rangahau Hauora Māori o Ngāi Tahu
Ngāi Tahu Māori Health Research Unit
Our Research Unit within the Centre for Hauora Māori was established in 1996 as a partnership between Te Runanga O Ngāi Tahu and the Dunedin School of Medicine. The Unit has published numerous papers, articles and books on a number of aspects of hauora Māori including hauora rangatahi (young peoples’ health); hauora wahine (Māori womens’s health); Māori and mental health; oranga niho (oral health) and Māori and Injury Prevention.
- Christchurch Māori/Indigenous Health Institute (MIHI)
The opening of the Māori/Indigenous Health Institute (MIHI) represents a major milestone in the development of Māori-focused teaching and research at the University of Otago, Christchurch.
The institute is dedicated to the memory of Irihapeti Ramsden, who made a considerable contribution to Māori health.
- Wellington School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Department of Public Health, Public Health Research, Maori Health Theme,
Research themes and Groups in the Department of Public Health
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