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Te Rau Matatini is proud to share that Ruth Herd, one of the past recipients of the Hoe Whā PhD scholarship for Problem Gambling, has completed her Doctor of Health Science (DHSc) through the Auckland University of Technology (AUT).
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Te Rau Matatini collaborated with other Māori health leaders to create the Māori Manifesto: A Framework for Change, which was submitted to the Mental Health and Addiction Inquiry Panel in June 2018. Underpinning this important subm
At the end of 2017, Dr Kahu McClintock (Research Manager, Te Rau Matatini) was awarded close to $800,000 by the Health Research Council of New Zealand and the Ministry of Health for the Indigenous Solutions Research programme
Te Rā o Te Waka Hourua, the strategic research agenda for Māori and Pasifika suicide prevention has been updated. Te Rā o Te Waka Hourua II has its origins in the Waka Hourua research fund. Te Rā o Te Waka Hourua provided a framework for priority areas in
Au.E! is a rangatahi event aimed at 13 to 18-year-olds, which delivers strengths-based workshops to build resilience, raise suicide awareness, and enhance overall well-being. Au.E!
Since the beginning of 2018, Te Rau Matatini has been working with the Trauma Informed Care for Māori Advisory Group to identify practical ways in which trauma informed care can be incorporated into workforce responses an
Te Rau Matatini is committed to investing in rangatahi so that they can improve their wellbeing and reach their full potential.
Over the last 10 months, Te Rau Matatini has had the privilege of working alongside kaumātua from around the motu to gain a deeper understanding of wairua. Through a series of hui held around the country, Te Rau Matatini has been working to gain insight about wairua, to make the intangible tangi
Te Hau Mārire: Addiction Workforce Strategic Framework (2015-2025) is a stunning example of collaboration that brings together the knowledge and experiences of Māori in the addiction treatment sector. Te Hau Mārire guides