Te mahi tahi me te whānau , Working with whānau
Kia horoia tāku porokakī ki ngā wai o tōku ake whenua.
Let my neck be washed by the waters of my own land.
- Ngā Pēpeha a ngā Tīpuna, The Sayings of the Ancestors, Nā Hirini Moko Mead rāua ko Neil Grove, Victoria University Press (2001).
Working more effectively with whānau is vital to doing a good job as a health professional.
It’s central to having a high-quality health system and to our commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi.
And it’s a must if we’re to play our part in supporting Māori whānau to live longer and enjoy a good quality of life.
This section of Te Whaioranga looks at: