Te ORA Hui-A-Tau 2016

Date: 
Friday, 23 September 2016 - 9:00am to Saturday, 24 September 2016 - 11:15am

Registration Fee:            

Student:  $50

Member:  $200

Non Members:  $300

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Te ORA wishes to announce that registrations for the annual Hui-ā-Tau are open.  Hui-ā-Tau 2016 will be different from previous years in that Aotearoa is also hosting the Pacific Region Indigenous Doctors Congress (PRIDoC) in Auckland during the month of November.  This event will absorb the Scientific components of our annual Te ORA Hui-ā-Tau.  This has presented the oppourtunity for Te ORA to develop a number of workshops to allow our membership to have conversations on topics related to the health sector. Our three workshops will look at:

  • What does it mean to be a culturally competent Māori medical practitioner?
  • What is Te ORAs view on organ donation?
  • Dying with dignity

The draft programme of events including information about the registration fees is attached below.

Tauira Day

The annual Tauira Day promotes the sharing of whakaaro among our tauira members through participation in a number of tauira focused events and activities. This years events will include presentations by a number of medical colleges, Te ORA Tauira Forums and the annual Tākuta Toa Challenge.

Membership Workshops

Te ORA values the views and opinions of our membership and wishes to use this opportunity to gain an insight into our members whakaaro on a number of key policy topics relevant to our organisation.  The selected topics relate to topical issues within the New Zealand medical sector and represent issues on which Te ORA has been asked to form an opinion to comment on media pieces and policy submissions and statements.

Junior Māori Doctor Discussion Forum

A new addition to our Te ORA Hui-ā-Tau line up, the Junior Māori Doctor Discussion Forum will see current House Officers and Trainee Interns meet in a facilitated forum to share in whakawhanaungatanga, discuss topics relevant to the junior Māori medical workforce and share opinions on how Te ORA and the medical colleges can better support you as a junior Māori medical professional.  Café styled brunch provided.  

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