Te Aho o Te Kahu is committed to working together with Māori Leaders, Stakeholders and Communities to improve outcomes! Come and kōrero with us to design Kaupapa Māori cancer solutions and have your say. In 2021 the Person and Whānau-centred Care Team from Te Aho o Te Kahu will travel the country to connect with whānau Māori and listen to their experiences of cancer and cancer care. The series of 15 hui are an opportunity for Te Aho o Te Kahu and whānau Māori to work side by side to co-design better cancer outcomes for the people of Aotearoa.
Study health sciences with us and we'll help you develop the skills to meet the changing needs of global healthcare. AUT is New Zealand's largest and most diverse health education provider. Our population is growing and we’re living longer, increasing the need for dedicated and inspirational healthcare graduates. AUT's health sciences degree is developed with input from district health boards and leading health organisations. You can specialise in a specific health discipline or become a health professional in a non-clinical role.
The BHSc provides a multidisciplinary understanding of health, healthcare and its services in New Zealand. It focuses on population health, considering issues such as the socio-economic and behavioural factors affecting health and health provision. It will provide an in depth understanding of the role governments play in determining health policy, how wealth systems function, and how the biological and social bases of ill-health exist in our communities.
Recognizing the great challenge that governments, employers, workers and whole societies are facing worldwide to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Day for Safety and Health at Work will focus on addressing the outbreak of infectious diseases at work, in particular, on the COVID-19 pandemic.
The aim of this interactive workshop is to give participants the opportunity to experience the basics of MI - a collaborative, goal-orientated style of communication with particular attention to the language of change, and to provide an in-depth understanding of the style of MI, and how to continue applying it in practice.
Whetū i te Rangi will identify ways to improve access, choice and equity for tangata Māori towards the end of life and in bereavement. We will highlight current work and research occurring in palliative care with Māori across Aotearoa. We will explore new resources and tools available to both the sector and whānau. You will hear from rangatahi, kaumātua, whānau, clinicians, researchers and specialists.
World Asthma Day is an annual event organized by the Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA) to improve asthma awareness and care around the world. World Asthma Day takes place on the first Tuesday of May.
When: Thursday, 6 May, 8:45am - 4:15pm Where: Manawatu Golf Club, Centennial Drive, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North Cost: $85 +gst (including lunch and morning/afternoon tea)
Youth Week is a nationwide festival of events organised by young New Zealanders to celebrate the talents, passion and success of local young people. Youth Week recognises the amazing contributions and achievements of young people in New Zealand. The week inspires us to value, support, and affirm the diversity of young people in our society. We want Aotearoa to be a country where young people are vibrant and optimistic and are supported and encouraged to take up challenges.
On 8 May we celebrate the amazing people who make up Red Cross, who ensure we can be there for people who need a hand, whether they need a lifesaving blood donation, or a shoulder to cry on following a disaster or a friendly call in the morning to check that they’re okay.