Te Rau Matatini has completed consultation with whānau who take care of loved ones with mental health and addiction challenges. For whānau, being able to share their stories with others who have similar experiences has been invaluable.
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The development of Trauma Informed Care for Māori is an innovative development being led by Te Rau Matatini in partnership with an advisory group comprised of members from communities and sectors of interest experienced in Trauma Informed Care.
Te Rau Matatini were fortunate to host a wonderful group of psychiatrists who attended the 2018 Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) Congress. From diverse global origins, the psychiatrists were welcomed onto Whatua Kaimarie marae, Manawanui Oranga Hinengao; where
On the 2nd - 5th May 2018, Te Rau Matatini attended and presented at the 2018 International Association For Suicide Prevention (IASP) Asia Pacific Conference in Waitangi, in the rohe of Ngāti Rāhiri and Ngāti Kawa.
In April of this year, the Medical Council of New Zealand released the results of the New Zealand Medical Workforce 2015 survey. The survey has provided a wealth of information about the doctors registered in New Zealand. Among the pages of the report is information about the growing Māori medi
Tiaki Whānau Tiaki Ora is a whānau based suicide prevention programme. During March it was successfully launched in Te Tai Tokerau; This May, it will expand into the Hawke’s Bay. Tiaki Whānau Tiaki Ora is
The 100 Māori leaders website was launched by Te Rau Matatini in November 2017. This website brings together an eclectic mix of Māori leaders in health. The profiles shared on the site provide inspiration and real-life examples for other Māori wanting
On the 12th of April, Te Rau Matatini had the privilege of supporting and participating in the 20th celebrations of Te Rau Puawai. Te Rau Puawai is a Māori mental health workforce programme bas
At the University of Otago Global Indigenous Suicide Prevention Symposium on the 27th February 2018, Dr Kahu McClintock (Kaiwhakahaere Rangahau, Te Rau Matatini) made the im