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Wāhi Pātai April 2018

Wāhi Pātai

REGIONAL NEWS Deciding

REGIONAL NEWS Deciding which career to opt for is a daunting task for many, especially teenagers. That’s why programme’s such as Kia Ora Hauora (KOH) are a useful resource for when deciding on a future career. Events organised by KOH in conjunction with local providers offer students and whānau a glimpse of the opportunities available in health. Career shows, on-site visits and professional programmes provide platforms where students can explore, experiment and enhance their knowledge. MIDLANDS CELEBRATING NURSE GRADUATES Guest Speaker Lianne Kohere, the Pou Manukura for the Kia Ora Hauora (KOH) Programme Midland, congratulated the district’s newest nursing graduates on successfully graduating with a Bachelor of Nursing degree. In attendance were graduating tauira, nursing staff, whānau and friends. She noted that for them Nursing was a profession not a job. “Ask most nursing students and graduates, ‘why nursing’, and the answer is inevitably, to help people. It’s a simple truth and generally not the only one. For these Nurses it’s more than that. They’ve received specialised education and training. They are critical thinkers and will use their specialised knowledge to improve and promote health and well-being” said Lianne. Hosted by Toi Ohomai Te Puna Whai Ora-School of Nursing Whānau Group, the celebration was the Medal Pinning Ceremony for the graduates. Medal recipients also receive employment opportunities with both Lakes and Bay of Plenty DHBs. HAUORA MĀORI SCHOLARSHIP WORKSHOPS Nine Hauora Māori workshops were delivered to 120 students from various degree levels (Nursing, Social worker, Midwifery, Occupational Therapists, MRT and Psychology etc). The workshops are designed to assist and offer support with the scholarship application process. With a little guidance, prep guides, facts sheets, assistance on how to write an application and postworkshop support, students are better equipped to possibly receive a scholarship. Students liaise with the Pou Manukura Kia Ora Hauora Midland Programme Facilitator and DHB Coordinators to look over their application and assist with any difficult questions etc. Applicants will find out in May if their application is successful in May. 2 WWW.KIAORAHAUORA.CO.NZ

TE PŪTAHITANGA O TE WAIPOUNAMU SYMPOSIUM KOH in conjunction with Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu hosted a Rangatahi Stream/Programme that was run in conjunction with the main Symposium programme at the Marlborough Convention Centre, Blenheim. KOH offered 30 Rangatahi from West Coast, Christchurch, Nelson and Blenheim the opportunity to attend the symposium. KOH funded, travel, accommodation and registration. MIDLAND NURSING GRADUATES The overarching theme for the Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu Symposium, Tūtakitaki Ngā Waka Tūtakitaki Ngā Tāngata, The Waka Converge, The People Converge. It acknowledged the first arrivals in ocean going waka to Aotearoa and their settlement at Wairau Bar. Recognised as a place rich in history and learning. HAUORA MĀORI SCHOLARSHIP WORKSHOP - TE WHARE WĀNANGA O AWANUIARANGI Rangatahi from around Te Waipounamu/Te Tau Ihu engaged with Te Pūtahitanga and Whānau Ora champion. The Rangatahi Stream was designed to invest in and develop those young leaders within the Kia Ora Hauora and Whānau Ora space. Schools that attended • Nelson Girls College • Nelson Boys • Queen Charlotte College • Marlborough Girls College • St Thomas of Canterbury College • Riccarton High School • Kaiapoi High School • Hillmorton High School HAUORA MĀORI SCHOLARSHIP WORKSHOP - TOI OHOMAI POIKE CAMPUS TAURANGA RANGATAHI HEALTH SYMPOSIUM Every year Kia Ora Hauora offer our Māori Year 11 to 13 students, wanting to know more about a career in health, the opportunity to attend our Rangatahi Health Symposium. The activities offer health career experiences onsite at a hospital, they get to meet Māori health professionals and tour our universities and tertiary institutes. For more details or to receive the Symposium Programme please contact our Northern KOH Programme Coordinators: RANGATAHI STREAM - TE PŪTAHITANGA O TE WAIPOUNAMU SYMPOSIUM 2018 RANGATAHI STREAM - TE PŪTAHITANGA O TE WAIPOUNAMU SYMPOSIUM 2018 Tracey Cornell: tracey.cornell@northlanddhb.org.nz or Selah Hart selah.hart@waitematadhb.govt.nz RANGATAHI STREAM - TE PŪTAHITANGA O TE WAIPOUNAMU SYMPOSIUM 2018

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