Qualitative wānanga June 2022

Qualitative wānanga June 2022

Qualitative wānanga June 2022 It was wonderful to come together this week to reflect on our progress of our interviews with Māori & Pacific patients and whānau. We have been privileged to hear many moving stories and strong ideas for improving heart health care. ...
Insights from our first Pacific advisory fono

Insights from our first Pacific advisory fono

Insights from our first Pacific advisory fono The Manawataki Fatu Fatu Heart Health Research Programme has established a Families and Pacific Advisory group to ensure that our research is authentically connected to the needs and wishes of Pacific families and...
New paramedicine and equity research projects

New paramedicine and equity research projects

New paramedicine and equity research projects We are privileged to have recently welcomed Haydn Drake and Sarah Penney, who are undertaking their Masters research in our programme. Both Haydn and Sarah serve as busy paramedics and are accomplished academics. Haydn...
Manawataki Fatu Fatu team fono: resiliency and thriving

Manawataki Fatu Fatu team fono: resiliency and thriving

Manawataki Fatu Fatu team fono: resiliency and thriving We were very fortunate to have our January fono together to kickstart the year before the change in Covid alert level settings. This gave us an opportunity to reflect on our progress, what we have learned and how...
Dr Tua Taueetia-Su’a on Samoa Capital Radio

Dr Tua Taueetia-Su’a on Samoa Capital Radio

Dr Tua Taueetia-Su’a on Samoa Capital Radio Manuia le Tausaga Fou!  We trust you had a restorative break with friends and whānau over the holidays. Our wonderful Senior Research Fellow, Dr Tua Taueetia-Su’a, who is based in Lower Hutt, gave an interview...