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Hā-i-mano

Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori is the perfect opportunity to share a video where Te Ao Marama (Burwood Academy's Māori Advisor) explains the significance of Hā-i-Mano.

Peer Group 15 July 2021: Rachel Martin

Dr Rachelle Martin is one of nine recipients of this year’s Emerging Researcher First Grant offered by the Health Research Council (HRC). Rachelle presented an overview how this research, partnering with tāngata whaikaha Māori and non-Māori, aims to co-produce policy advice around kāinga (housing and home) while also developing co-production methods and tools that can be used in other policy planning spaces impacting on disabled people.

Rachelle Martin receives Emerging Reseacher First Grant

Dr Rachelle Martin is one of nine recipients of this year’s Emerging Researcher First Grant offered by the Health Research Council (HRC).  Rachelle will receive $249,000 over three years to fund her project, Flourishing together: including tāngata whaikaha in health policy development.  The research project emerged from Burwood Academy’s Flourishing scoping study she conducted with Cate Grace, in which they interviewed 40 people living with the experience of illness, injury, or long-term health conditions.