Hapū Ora: Wellbeing in the early stages of life

Published online: 
08 November 2013
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Hapū Ora draws on life course, epigenetic and social determinants approaches, along with Māori concepts of pregnancy and wellbeing, to identify key priorities for future Māori maternal health research.

Using a framework that ranges from macro level factors (governance and policy) to micro level considerations (specific health needs of Māori mothers and their children), four key research priorities have been identified for further study.

  • Priority One: Data collection for effective research, monitoring and evaluation
  • Priority Two: Addressing societal conditions
  • Priority Three: Supporting mother, baby and whānau
  • Priority Four: Improving services - best practice for maternal and new-born services

How to access this report

This report is available from the Massey University website:  Hapū Ora: Wellbeing in the early stages of life (PDF, 1.7 MB)

Publishing information

  • Date of publication:
    08 November 2013
  • ISBN:
    1‐877428‐22‐1
  • Citation:
    Moewaka Barnes H., Moewaka Barnes A., Baxter J., Crengle S., Pihama L., Ratima M. and Robson B. 2013. Hapū Ora: Wellbeing in the Early Stages of Life. Auckland: Te Ropu Whariki, SHORE and Whariki Research Centre, Massey University.
  • Ordering information:
    Only soft copy available to download
  • Copyright status:
    Third-party content. Please check the document or email the Web Manager to find out how to obtain permission to re-use content.
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