ManaiaPHO

Cultural Education

Cultural Education
Workshop for all healthcare practitioners

Description

Presenter: Hemaima Reihana, Nurse Director TTTPHO

  Course Aim:

  • To prepare the participant to deliver health care in partnership with Māori across the lifespan applying the principles of Te Tiriti Ō Waitangi to culturally competent delivery of health and nursing care.
  •  To enable the participant to explore health issues from historical and current sociological and political perspectives within Aotearoa/New Zealand and explain how nursing practice can respond for positive outcomes.

 Learning Outcomes:

On successful completion of this course the participant will be able to:

  1.  Demonstrate knowledge of and explain the impact of historical forces influencing Māori health.
  2. Utilise demographic data in relation to Māori health and health care delivery.
  3. Explore cultural safety from a Māori perspective.
  4. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Māori health models and their application to health care delivery for Māori.
  5. Demonstrate an awareness for ‘nga taonga tuku iho’ – te reo, whenua, whanau, tikanga etc

When:

Thursday 23 May 2019

 

Time:

2.30pm-4.30pm

6pm – 8pm (5.30 light refreshments)

Please only register for 1 session

 

Venue:

Manaia Health PHO

28-30 Rust Ave, Whangarei

 

RSVP:

By 4pm Tuesday 21 May

https://manaiapho.arlo.co

 

Any queries to: Josephine 021454784 or josephined@manaiapho.co.nz