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We explore 'How can the health promotion field address the mental health challenges of Māori, and promote and protect their wellbeing?'

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TOPIC

In support of Mental Health Awareness Week our panel of experts will discuss the types of approaches and strategies that health promoters can adopt to be effective in tackling the growing epidemic of mental distress and the state of wellbeing in Aotearoa.

• What cultural and systemic shifts are necessary for positive meaningful outcomes?

• What will Māori mental health look like with the implementation of the Māori Health Authority?

• What are the urgent issues and how should we tackle them as health promoters?

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Adrian Te Patu: Aotea, Kurapahupo

Adrian has worked for government departments, crown agencies, community organisation, iwi groups and health providers including DHBs for many decades. He has served as the vice-president of the Public Health Association of New Zealand. He currently represents NZ and the Asia-Pacific region on the governing council of the World Federation of Public Health Associations. Adrian has also served on various boards, including the Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand.

Alisha Tamepo-Pehi: Ngāti Porou, Ngā Puhi

Alisha is a health improvement practitioner specialising as a mental health nurse and is part of the Aronui Wellness Team. She has worked within DHBs, PHOs and other organisations. She is now at Turuki Health Care in Mangere, Auckland.

Lesley Niania: Ngāti Porou, Whānau ā Apanui

Lesley is a Wairua practitioner and has spent over 25 years working with health providers and Māori to improve the wairua and wellbeing of whānau. She is the facilitator of an online wellbeing and trauma-informed framework/model called Huringa te Hinengaro.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Participants are encouraged to participate in the exercises and material that will be disseminated before the webishop.

Contact Emma Frost for further information on emma@hauora.co.nz or 09 300 3734 or visit our website www.hauora.co.nz.

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emma@hauora.co.nz or 09 300 3734

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