INFLUENCING AND EDUCATING THE SECTOR
24 Noema, 2022
Moahuia Goza, Dr George Laking and Dr Kimiora Henare present at the Te Aka Mātauranga Matepukupuku cancer symposium at Auckland University.
14 Noema, 2022
Dr George Laking and Prof Jonathan Koea present at the Australasian Gastro Intestinal Trials Group in Melbourne.
28 Oketopa, 2022
Dr Nina Scott and Moahuia Goza attend the National Bowel Cancer Stakeholders hui and provide equity recommendations for the age extension roll out.
17 - 20 Oketopa, 2022
Dr Bev Lawton presents her mahi on HPV and better outcomes for wāhine Māori and the next World Indigenous Cancer Conference at the World Cancer Congress in Geneva Switzerland
22 Hepetema, 2022
Dr Myra Ruka presents at the New Zealand Society of Oncology Symposium about Clinical Trials and how to address inequities in access.
7 Hepetema, 2022
Dr Nina Scott, Moahuia Goza present to the Breast Cancer Foundation Clinical Advisory Group and give Breast Cancer Recommendations on how to increase equity.
29 Akuhata, 2022
Moahuia Goza and Dr Hayley Arnet send through our submission on the Smokefree Environments Bill. Read our submission here:
21 Hūrae, 2022
Dr Melissa Mcleod presents data quality issues for Māori at the Public Health Observatory New Zealand online conference. See Day 2. @45.00 EHINZ
18 Hūrae, 2022
Dr Kimiora Henare presents his views on Māori led research and academia at the Matariki Rangahau Series hosted by Waikato DHB.
1 Hūrae, 2022
Assoc prof Jason Gurney presents lung cancer inequities at the New Zealand Lung Cancer Conference 2022
30 Hune, 2022
Prof Sue Crengle presents the provisional outcomes from the lung cancer screening pilot at the New Zealand Lung Cancer Conference 2022
16 Pēpuere, 2022
Rawiri Blundell, Dr Maxine Ronald, Dame Naida Glavish and Moahuia Goza present to the NZ Section of USANZ 'From racism to anti racism - towards safe surgical practice'
28 Hānuere, 2022
Dr Kimiora Henare, Prof Sue Crengle and Dr George Laking present at NZ Society of Oncology conference on lung cancer screening, whānau ora navigation and Māori cancer research priorities
27 Hānuere, 2022
Dr Nina Scott and CEO Moahuia Goza present on the Pae Ora bill. Read our Pae ora Submission here
23 Noema, 2021
CEO Moahuia Goza presents at the Equity in Health symposium and advocates for Māori prioritisation in every COVID vaccination protocol
10 Noema, 2021
Iwi Chairs update - read our COVID impact report to the national iwi chairs here
7 Oketopa, 2021
Dr Nina Scott, Dr Myra Ruka and Moahuia Goza present at the Addressing Cancer Health Disparities among Indigenous Communities hosted by the America Association for Cancer Research
3 Ākuhata, 2021
CEO Moahuia Goza updates the National Iwi Chairs and discusses what we all need to do to get cancer incidence and mortality rates down
2 Hūrae, 2021
Shelley Campbell presents to ASMS on the Māori Health Authority and cancer priorities. Creating solutions. https://www.asms.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Creating-solutions-programme.pdf
20 Whiringa ā rangi, 2020
Moahuia Goza talks about mātauranga and cancer; he aha te matepukupuku? A mātauranga Māori concept of cancer. Click here or go to: http://mediacentre.maramatanga.ac.nz/content/he-aha-te-matepukupuku-m-tauranga-m-ori-concept-cancer
27 Whiringa ā rangi, 2020
Our members Dr Kimiora Henare, Dr Donna Cormack and Dr Nina Scott to present on Māori Data Sovereignty at the Precision Healthcare Summit - New Zealand Society of Oncology. Viewing @ 45.00 - 1.47 on url: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CVQfq6v88GI49OpsGakXqnf45Ye5PluP/view
6 Paengawhāwhā, 2020
Mātakitaki mai - as our chair Dr Nina Scott talks with indigenous cancer leaders across the globe about COVID 19 impacts on indigenous communities