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Wāhi Pātai April 2018

Wāhi Pātai

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SAVE THE DATE NGĀ WĀ MATUA | SIGNIFICANT DATES Submit abstracts deadline 3pm, 30 April 2018 Abstract acceptance notification, 18 May 2018. Ngā Pakirehua | Contact Patrick Hape: patrick@kahuitautoko.co.nz General information can be found on the website: www.tukahacentralregion.co.nz ALLIED HEALTH, SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL CONFERENCE | 9-11 MAY, TE PAPA WELLINGTON TE AŌ MARAMA (NZ MĀORI DENTAL ASSOCIATION) HUI AND AGM | 21 APRIL Te Aō Marama is an organisation of around 100 members, who provide leadership, representation and support to the Māori oral health workforce including clinicians, specialists, health promoters, support staff, researchers, teachers and students. They are committed to a vision of ‘Hei oranga niho mo te iwi Māori’ – Good Oral health for Māori, for life. Email: nzteaomarama@gmail.com Information: https://teaomarama.org.nz/events/hui-a-tau TE KETE TAUNAKI A TĀNE TE WAIORA (MĀORI TERTIARY SUPPORT GROUP ASSISTANCE) Kia Ora Hauora Northern and Central are pleased to announce they will again provide sponsorship for the Māori Tertiary Student Support Groups. All students receiving the benefit of TSGA must be registered or register as a member of Kia Ora Hauora and forward a screen shot as proof. Complete the Application Form (including endorsement and declaration) and send with all other associated documentation by: 27 April 2018 Please scan and submit all applications by email to: KOH CENTRAL - leigh.andrews@ccdhb.org.nz KOH NORTHERN – tracey.cornell@northlanddhb.org.nz The 2018 Allied Health Conference will be held at Te Papa Museum in Wellington. This is the premier conference for the Allied Health workforce in New Zealand. Abstracts submissions are now open and should relate to the conference theme. Conference details can be found at Allied Health 2018 Conference The Allied Health, Scientific and Technical (AHS&T) workforce encompasses over 50 professional groups working across all health and disability services and employed in both the public and private sectors. Ngā Pou Mana is the national Māori organisation supporting Māori allied health professionals. Ngā Pou Mana provides a place and a voice for all Māori allied health professionals and those that do not have their own professional associations. To join contact: contact.ngapoumana@gmail.com ANNUAL HUI MĀORI STUDENT NURSES & REGISTERED NURSES | 14 – 18 MAY, HOSTED BY UNITEC INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AUCKLAND STUDENT NURSES – 14 – 17 May REGISTERED NURSES – 17 – 18 May Mahurehure Marae 65 Premier Ave Point Chevalier Auckland Enquiries to Turuhira Marino: maorinursescouncil@gmail.com 4 WWW.KIAORAHAUORA.CO.NZ

TU KAHA CONFERENCE 2018 | 11-13 JULY, PALMERSTON NORTH “Kua tawhiti kē to haerenga mai, kia kore e haere tonu. He tino nui rawa ou mahi, kia kore e mahi nui tonu” Ta Hemi Henare The 2018 conference will be hosted by MidCentral District Health Board (MDHB) at the Awapuni Race Course Function Centre, Palmerston North. Tū Kaha 2018 promotes an opportunity for reflection, regrouping and moving forward with more vigour and enthusiasm – to better improve Māori health. TOITŪ HAUORA SUMMIT | 4-5 SEPTEMBER Where: Glenroy Auditorium, 130 Anzac Ave, Dunedin. Registrations will open in late July – early August. Event Manager: Tracey Potiki Mob: 0272689952 2018 INDIGENOUS NURSES AOTEAROA CONFERENCE | 10-11 AUGUST, AUCKLAND “Tai timu Tai pari - Changing Tides” The conference is presented by indigenous health professionals for indigenous members. Success has grown from strength to strength and is supported by academic nursing leaders and stakeholders including international nursing connections. Enquiries contact PA to Kaiwhakahaere, Pirihira Toroa pirihirat@nzno.org.nz Princes Street and Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland Registrations open Mid-April HEALTH ARTICLES ‘Forget About the Stigma’: Male Nurses Explain Why Nursing Is a Job of the Future for Men When you start a new job pay attention to these 5 aspects of Company culture 5 WWW.KIAORAHAUORA.CO.NZ