Masterclass - Cultural Diversity in Loss and Grief

Masterclass - Cultural Diversity in Loss and Grief

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Te Whare Rānui, Mary Potter Hospice

10 Awatea Street

Porirua, Wellington 5024

New Zealand

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A one day loss and grief intensive masterclass for health professionals and community workers.

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In this one day workshop we will explore contemporary models and specific cultural influences on grief processes in Aotearoa. We will draw upon the knowledge of Mary Potter specialists in this field, and a lived experience of diverse community groups, whilst having the opportunity for interactive discussion.

The course is targeted at health professionals and/or community and social care workers.

Full programme to follow shortly.

Learning Outcomes

  • Define frameworks of loss and grief
  • Recognise grieving processes in different cultural contexts within Aotearoa
  • Discuss the implications of diversity in grieving process on professional practice in 2022 Aotearoa

Programme - Ngā take a kaikōrero | Topics and Presenters

8.30-9.00

Manaakitanga | Arrival tea and coffee

9.00-9.30

Karakia | Hazel Neser, Education Facilitator

Mihi | Welcome

Hazel Neser, Education Facilitator and Fuailelagi Samoa Saleupolu Heger, Pacific Services Development

Whakawhanaungatanga

9.30-10.00

Ngā pou tarāwaho i te wā pouritanga

Frameworks of loss and grief - Hazel Neser, Education Facilitator

10.00-10.15

Wa kai iti | Morning Tea

10.15-11.30

What teared us up? Reflections of bereavement during COVID-19 lockdown, Rapua te Mārama COVID-19 Study

Tess Moeke-Maxwell, Te Arai Research Group, University of Auckland

11.30-12 noon

Small group discussion about impact of COVID-19

12-12.30

Memorial Activity

Sharon Hill Smith, Spiritual Carer

12.30-1.30

Wā kai mo te poupoutanga o te rā | Lunch

1.30-3.00

PANEL – Cultural perspectives on grieving processes and adaptations

A Chinese perspective

• Esther Wong

An Indian Perspective

• Nayna Govind

A Samoan Perspective

• Fuailelagi Samoa Saleupolu Heger, Pacific Services Development Lead

Q & A

3.00 – 3.15

Wā kai o te ahiahi | Afternoon Tea

3.15-4.00

Music Therapy and its role in loss and grief – John-Paul Young

4.00-4.15

Poroporoaki – Reflections from the day and sharing

4.15-4.30

Evaluation, Certificates

Karakia and Close

Fuailelagi Samoa Saleupolu Heger

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Te Whare Rānui, Mary Potter Hospice

10 Awatea Street

Porirua, Wellington 5024

New Zealand

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