The Innovation: Māori health specialist resource
Māori health specialists play a vital role in improving health services and outcomes for whānau. That's why Aotearoa needs more of them.
We asked leading Māori specialists to share their stories so you can see the difference your medical skills could make to your life and the lives of others. There are also short videos that offer a glimpse into their working lives and helpful links to study choices.
You'll find all the inspiration and advice you need to begin your specialist career.
So, get inspired and put your study and skills to work in the best way possible for you and your whānau.
About Te Ohu Rata ō Aotearoa Māori Medical Practitioners Association
Te Ohu Rata ō Aotearoa (Te ORA) are a unique organisation representing Māori medical students and medical practitioners working as specialists, clinicians, researchers and teachers.
Te ORA aims to advance Māori health by increasing the Māori medical workforce and providing a supportive network for its members. Its vision is to provide Māori medical leadership to the health sector to effect Māori health development. Currently there are over 250 Māori students and medical practitioners registered with Te ORA.
Te Ohu Rata ō Aotearoa (Te ORA) Māori Medical Practitioners Association
Level 8, Southmark House
203-209 Willis Street
P O Box 24460
Disclaimer: This page and the innovation it accompanies do not represent the views of the Ministry of Health. The views represented are those of Te Ohu Rata ō Aotearoa (Te ORA) and the innovation piloted.