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HPF’s workshops for the professional development of your staff will commence next month in the form of webinars.

The first webinar “Key aspects of effective Māori  Health Promotion – tools to help us improve Maori health outcomes” will be held on Monday, 24th August from 11am-12.30pm.

HPF’s Executive Director, Trevor Simpson who will present the webinar will discuss some of the important elements of Māori Health Promotion planning and practice.

“To be effective in our work in Māori communities we will need a number of tools in the kete, as we know, some of these tools, skills and knowledge are unique to Maori world views, values and beliefs,” says Mr Simpson.  “So, what are some of the things we need to know from the outset that will leverage our work and improve Māori health outcomes?”

Register here for the webinar.

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Costs for the webinars, which will focus on Maori, Pacific and international topics as well as health promotion tools and resources, are:

  • $29 incl GST HPF members
  • $49 incl GST non-HPF members

Participants in the webinars will be provided with a pdf copy of the presentation, along with the video, as well as new networking opportunities.

Topics and dates and and further details for the webinars will soon be made available.

About the presenter:
Trevor Simpson: Deputy Executive Director, Senior Health Promotion Strategist, Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand. Trevor has a background in community development, Māori social development, Treaty settlements and Māori health promotion. He is committed to Māori health promotion as an important vehicle to improving Māori health outcomes and Māori community development. He is also an elected member of the Global Board for the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE) and White Ribbon Ambassador.

(Banner picture: Webinar on Te Whare Tapa Wha, Covid19 and Māori Health Promotion’ (May 12) presented by Trevor Simpson.)

 

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