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Foundation Course in CULTURAL COMPETENCY (MĀORI)

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The Cultural Competency was developed specifically for the registered New Zealand health workforce and provides a basic understanding of cultural competency & health literacy in the New Zealand Health context.
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Foundation Course in MĀORI HEALTHCARE & THE TREATY OF WAITANGI

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$49.00
The Treaty of Waitangi established a Crown obligation to ensure that Māori would retain the full, exclusive and undisturbed possession of their Māori Lands and Estates, Forests, Fisheries and other properties.
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    OUR TEAM

    Slide RIRIPETI HARETUKU MEd, Dip Bus, ONZM, Doctoral Education Candidate
    Riripeti is the Managing Director of Mauriora Associates.
    Whakapapa: Riripeti is of Ngāpuhi, Tūhoe, Taranaki and Te Arawa descent.
    Member of the Māori Roopu for the Health and Safety Commission
    ALT Whānau Ora member of the National Hauora Coalition
    Chair of the Māori Governance group responsible for the development of Whānau Ora
    qualifications and Māori Public Health on the NZQA framework
    Slide3 Dr Peter Jansen MBChB, FRNZCGP, Grad Cert. Clin Tchg
    Peter (Ngāti Raukawa) is a teacher, researcher, and health management advisor for Mauri
    Ora Associates. He is also a shareholder and Director of Mauri Ora Associates
    Peter has significant experience as a GP in Papakura and Whangamata and was formerly
    Medical Director of Boehringer Ingelheim (NZ) Limited, a multi-national pharmaceutical
    company. Peter is a member of the Ministry of Health's Performance Advisory Group
    for primary care and of Te Roopu Manawa Mai (the ACC Māori Advisory Board).
    Slide4 Dr David Jansen MBChB, MRNZCGP, BHB, BA (Māori), Dip Tchg
    David is Ngāti Raukawa and was formerly a resource teacher of Māori studies and language in
    the Hawkes Bay before he completed his training as a medical practitioner at Middlemore
    Hospital in South Auckland.
    David’s main focus is running clinical teaching, Te Reo and Tikanga Māori programmes for
    Māori health professionals throughout the country. He is also Chairman of Te Ataarangi
    Educational Trust. David has also published a phrase book of Māori medical terms which
    was released in February 2006 as a resource for the Māori health sector.

    MAURIORA PHILOSOPHY

    Mauriora Associates is committed to reducing disparities in Māori health through training the health workforce. We believe this objective coupled with our tailored training courses and highly skilled personnel can and will significantly improve the health of Māori communities.

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    Slide It was simple to use. I like how I was able to do the course within a matter of hours. There is a good amount of resources available; valuable learning opportunity. " |Kevin Cultural Competency (Māori) Slide Informative and very interesting. " |Kathryn, Healthwest MĀORI HEALTHCARE & THE TREATY OF WAITANGI Slide It’s been a wonderful course and eye opener. Thanks so much to the staff at Mauriora Health Education Research. Keep up the good work. " |Levi MĀORI HEALTHCARE & THE TREATY OF WAITANGI

    WHY CULTURAL COMPETENCY?

    Cultural competence is about the acquisition of skills to achieve a better understanding of members of other cultures' so that the patient/doctor relationship is as close and productive as possible and the best possible clinical outcome can be achieved for the patient

    WHY E-LEARNING?

    Flexible - complete coursework any time, anywhere

    Fast, no wait times, get started as soon as you're ready

    Scalable - suitable for training large groups

    WHY MAURIORA.CO.NZ?

    Useful information presented in easy to digest format

    Entertaining & Engaging Audio + video segments

    Interactive exercises for enhanced knowledge retention

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    ARE YOUR WORKFORCE QUALIFIED AND COMPETENT TO DEAL WITH MODERN MAORI HEALTH ISSUES?

     

    Disparities are consistently found across a wide range of disease areas, clinical settings and services.

    In all countries socially disadvantaged and marginalised groups have poorer health, greater exposure to health hazards, and less access to high quality health care than the more privileged.

    Stereotyping affects thinking and actions at an unconscious level, even among well-meaning, well-educated people who are not overtly biased