This year, Te Rau Matatini has had the honour of being able to share our kōrero across Māori media, e.g. Radio Waatea and Māori TV. With your support, Te Rau Matatini has been able to share our unique knowledge and perspective with a wider audience. Ngā mihi ki a koutou.
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Kaitiaki Ahurea 2017 is a NZQA accredited Level two training course offered as a two-day wānanga with a follow-up day of group presentations. It is to improve public health and health promotion knowledge and leadership skills of the health workforce who are working with Māori co
Te Rau Matatini is privileged to take workforce development opportunities into communities. Over the last five months, our teams have travelled the motu, fostering the kaupapa of Whanaungatanga with Māori mental health & addiction workforces. From Kaitaia, Tāmaki Makaurau, Kirikiriroa, Taup
In February 2018 the new Substance Addiction Compulsory Assessment and Treatment Act 2017 will go live. One of the purposes stated in the Act is people should expect mana enhancing and protecting practice.
Te Rau Matataini is excited to announce we have uploaded the first three Hua Oranga webinars to our website, in the
In October, Dr Kahu McClintock and Rachel McClintock from Te Rau Matatini’s Te Kīwai Rangahau team (Intelligence, Information, Research & Evaluation) attended the International Group for Indigenous Health Measurement (IGIHM) meeting. This year the venue was the Centre for Disease Control and
Waka Hourua is the national Māori and Pacific suicide prevention programme provided by Te Rau Matatini and Le Va. We are happy to announce that we have another four year journey ahead. We will soon share more information about what this will mean for Maori and Pacific communities.
Whanaungatanga Hui for the Māori mental health and addiction sector aim to contribute to kotahitanga, whanaungatanga, enhanced professional identity, and access to workforce development initiatives whilst eliciting promising practices.
National consultation hui are underway for Māori whānau with experience of supporting a loved one with mental illness and addiction related challenges. The aim is to identify the desires of whānau and from these to create standards of practice for mental health services when working with Māori.
Beginning this month, Te Rau Matatini is making their webinars publicly available on their website. Starting with the Evaluation 101 Webinars series, Te Rau Matatini will gradually u