PADA Māori Maternal Mental Health Hui – ‘Whakamana Te Whare Tangata’ – Decolonising birth and restoring traditional knowledge.
Bringing birthing back into a cultural family setting, where people can have their cultural and spiritual connections honoured. The belief in that the best start in life for babies of indigenous families is because of the integrated, holistic and culturally appropriate way of caring for the birthing māmā, her pēpi and her whānau. Not only the physical wellness and safety in birthing, but the socio-cultural, emotional and spiritual needs that are not necessarily always present, all of the time, in our current medical system.
We are delighted to bring this seminar to Ōtautahi Christchurch – 4 Noema November 2021 at: Rehua Marae, 79 Springfield Road, St Albans, Christchurch.
Attracts 8 Midwifery Continuing Education Hours
Nau mai, haere mai!
~ Dr. Kelly Waiana Tikao
~ Jeanine Tamati-Elliffe
~ Dr Hirini Kaa & Elizabeth Harte – Pēpi Penapena
~ Cara Meredith – Te Puawaitanga ki Ōtautahi Trust
~ Joanne Rama – Hine tu hine ora
Delegate rate ~ $100 (Now at capacity, waitlist operating)
Full Time Student/Beneficiaries ~ $50 (Now at capacity, waitlist operating)
Limited to 100 spaces
Digital Live Stream ~ $50 (unlimited spaces)
Once order placed, register your details here.
With thanks to Te Hiringa Hauora | Health Promotion Agency for funding to enable this hui to go ahead.