PADA Popup Chat #24
Introduction to Hine Tu Hine Ora workshop
For lockdown 2020, PADA provided a popular series of Perinatal Mental Health online talks called ‘PADA Popup Chats’. We have brought this back…
Friday 3 Hepetema September | 1pm – 2pm
with PADA Educator and Kaumātua Joanne Rama
This workshop informs and inspires all those working with whānau Māori on providing culturally competent care. This video is an introduction to learn about what content is covered in the 6 hour workshop, which PADA is working on to bring to you online.
There will be a facilitated question and answer session directly after the chat, where Joanne will endeavour to address as many of your questions as possible.
This will take place via Zoom and be approximately 1 hour.
You can view the recording from this Popup on our PADA Videos page here.
PADA Popup chats are free, short sessions to promote recent and relevant information about perinatal mental health. The information is educational and not clinical advice.
As we will be using Zoom, please make sure you have this loaded on your device.
The Zoom link will be emailed to you the day before the event. Originally planned for 100 people, we now have capacity for up to 500 registrations. The session will be recorded for those that are unable to attend. Email us at [email protected] if you have any questions.
Please note by registering for this event you give permission for the recording to be shared on the PADA website and public social media. Your face and comments may be seen and heard.
Our target audience for this popup chat are both families and healthcare providers as PADA’s role is to provide tools/training/networking to those supporting families suffering from anxiety or depression during pregnancy, childbirth and early parenting.
We want to provide as much support to those working on the frontline – let us know if you are interested in presenting or ideas of presentations you want to hear.
About PADA Educator & Kaumātua Joanne Rama
Joanne graduated as a registered nurse in 1990, and a midwife in 1992. She was one of the first LMC Māori Midwives to practice in south Auckland and spent 18 years providing care for Māori whānau. Her passion was and still is to restore traditional Māori birth knowledge and wisdom to whānau. Her other passion is Maternal Mental Health. She has lived experience of perinatal depression as do her daughters and nieces. For Joanne’s full bio click here…
I’d love to be updated about the next Hine Tu Hine Ora event/training so that I can share word of it with my birth trauma training team. Thank you
Thanks so much for your interest Carla, it’s an amazing training – we will let you know as soon as we organise it.