The purpose of this workshop will be to provide insight and guidance around issues they may face in their planning and decision-making for Māori within the hospital/health environment.
- understand the history of the Treaty of Waitangi and the impact of the two treaty text versions on Māori and their health status
- understand the role of Māori and the Crown in the Treaty of Waitangi and how this relates to health today
- be able to link the significance of the Treaty of Waitangi to Māori health outcomes
- explore theoretical frameworks and provide a platform in which to explore safely the historical, present and future significance of the Treaty of Waitangi
- be assisted in the development of a reflexive processes in which to strengthen their ability to discuss issues relating to the Treaty of Waitangi
- gain an awareness of the Treaty of Waitangi principles for implementation in clinical practice
- gain insight into personal, professional, organisational the development required to implement the Treaty of Waitangi principles
- understand the local context and appropriate responses for implementation of the Treaty of Waitangi principles
- strengthen and develop the bi-cultural pathway for Māori and non-Māori in Lakes District Health Board
- A nominal charge of $180.00 per person is required to meet the costs associated with this two day training workshop.
- Registrations and payment must be received by Friday 31st October 2014, unless otherwise negotiated.
- Should you choose to withdraw we will endeavor to find a replacement, however if this is not possible the registration fee will not be refunded.
- Complete the attached registration form and send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or mail to: Korowai Aroha, c/o Te Pumaomao Training, 1292 Hinemoa Street, Rotorua
Comments from past participants:
"Excellent interactive teaching."
"I loved the presentation style, it was clear but not too heavy or in-depth. Really concise and delivered in an easy to understand manner."
"I have a greater understanding of these issues and why they have affected society today. This knowledge has given me more respect and understanding."