Understanding and Prioritising Māmā and Pēpi Health Research for Whānau Māori Webinar
Wednesday 15th November 2023
The ON TRACK Network co-hosted this webinar with Te Aukume a Hine te Iwaiwa and the Perinatal Society of New Zealand. It will be of interest to perinatal researchers, Maori health researchers and healthcare professionals including midwives, obstetricians, and general practitioners. The webinar features a series of presentations providing overviews of each of the co-hosting groups, a summary and update on the ON TRACK Network Research Prioritisation Project, an overview of Kahu Taurima and research opportunities, student updates from Te Aukume a Hine te Iwaiwa Wānanga held earlier this year and excitingly, the first presentation from Mātātuhi Whakatere A Hine Te Iwaiwa, a mātauranga scoping report.
Please enjoy watching this webinar!
Mātātuhi Whakatere A Hine Te Iwaiwa, a mātauranga scoping report can be accessed here https://sudinationalcoordination.co.nz/news/matatuhi-whakatere-hine-te-iwaiwa
The following priorities were identified:
- Improving health and support services using evidence-based best practice, as informed by kaupapa Māori rangahau
- Revitalising Māori rongoā, hapūtanga, birth and postnatal practices as informed by mātauranga Māori and supported with effective kaupapa Māori rangahau
- Re-balancing the voice of Māori within the māmā and pēpi health and wellbeing space.