NEWS AND UDPATES
12 Huitanguru, 2021
Members of Hei Āhuru Mōwai attended the Whānau Māori Community Hui in Taranaki. See:
2 Huitanguru, 2021
Whakarongo mai to our co-chair Dr Nina Scott respond to the national State of Cancer Report in Aotearoa from Te Aho o Te Kahu
We also have secondary commentary from our member esteemed epidemiologist Dr Jason Gurney
30 Whiringa ā rangi, 2020
Whakarongo mai ki tā mātou Tumuaki e kōrero ana e pā ana ki te matepukupuku, me te painga hoki o ngā Wānanga Māori. Listen here to our CEO Moahuia Goza speaking about her mātauranga and rongoā thesis.
27 Whiringa ā rangi, 2020
Ngā mihi to the New Zealand Society of Oncology who invited our members Dr Kimiora Henare, Dr Donna Cormack and Dr Nina Scott to present on Māori Data Sovereignty at the Precision Healthcare Summit. Viewing @ 45.00 - 1.47 on url:
26 Whiringa ā rangi, 2020
Congratulations to Dr Nina Scott who was awarded the Waikato Medical Science Challenge award! This Kudos award recognises those who contribute to medical science that has significant impact locally, nationally and internationally. Mātakitaki mai: Dr Nina Scott - Vision Mātauranga - YouTube Ka mau te wehi!
8 Mahuru, 2020
Pānui mai - Te Ora and Hei Āhuru Mōwai provide a joint position statement on bowel cancer screening
7 Mahuru, 2020
Pānui mai - Shelly Campbell from Hei Āhuru Mōwai and other Māori experts respond to the decision not to lower bowel cancer screening rates for Māori
21 Haratua, 2020
Mātakitaki mai - Dr Nina Scott & Dr Leanne Te Karu from Hei Āhuru Mōwai along with other experts are talking about equity and improving access on telehealth.
10 Paengawhāwhā, 2020
Pānui mai - one of our members Dr Jason Gurney alongside our esteemed colleagues Dr Mel Mcleod, Dr Donna Cormack, Dr Ricci Harris and Dr Paula King succinctly tono the government to ensure that equity is a priority during this COVID 19 pandemic
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
5 Paengawhāwhā, 2020
Mātakitaki mai - as our haematology cancer doctor Myra Ruka talks to Moana Maniapoto about how to keep safe during the Level 4 Covid 19 Pandemic