mini传媒入口

Aotearoa New Zealand

Te Rautaki M膩ori me te Ara Whakamua

mini传媒入口 recognises the special status of M膩ori as tangata whenua in Aotearoa New Zealand and is committed to meeting its obligations as te Tiriti o Waitangi partners.

Te Tiriti requires the health system to work towards eliminating health inequities between M膩ori and non-M膩ori. Te Rautaki M膩ori me te Ara Whakamua is the foundation for our equity journey and pae ora for all w膩hine and p膿pi.

Hauora w膩hine M膩ori

mini传媒入口 is committed to a sustainable and diverse O&G workforce that can meet future hauora w膩hine needs and will strengthen relationships with M膩ori organisations to support health equity for w膩hine.

Education and training is central to our mahi and our strategy includes expanding the scope of advanced training to better suit the needs of our trainees and the community.

mini传媒入口 continues to proactively engage with Aotearoa New Zealand government to facilitate and improve outcomes for w膩hine and wh膩nau as well as members and trainees.

Our equity journey

Te Rautaki M膩ori me te Ara Whakamua is mini传媒入口’s M膩ori strategy and action plan.

Our equity journey

mini传媒入口 established an O&G-specific cultural competence course which is mandatory for mini传媒入口 trainees in Aotearoa New Zealand. All mini传媒入口 Fellows are encouraged to attend the course. 

Through He Hono W膩hine we provide annual hui for trainees and Fellows, M膩ori medical students and PGYs. 

Two M膩ori positions have been established on the mini传媒入口 Council: Chair of He Hono W膩hine and a M膩ori Fellow (elected by M膩ori Fellows)

mini传媒入口 now has a Kaitohutohu Hauora W膩hine M膩ori  

Te Ara Whakamua 鈥 the pathway forward聽

Advocacy for w膩hine M膩ori and p膿pi

Focus on equity in mini传媒入口 submissions and guidelines 

M膩ori O&G workforce grows to reflect the population 

M膩ori O&G leadership and governance is prioritised  

Culturally informed engagement with our members, stakeholders and communities 

Continue our support of mini传媒入口 M膩ori Fellows and trainees 

Increased research into hauora w膩hine M膩ori  

Valuing and celebrating te ao M膩ori  

Advocacy in Aotearoa New Zealand

Me mahi tahi t膩tou m艒 te oranga o te katoa | we must work together for the wellbeing of all.


Cultural competence and cultural safety

mini传媒入口 supports the Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ) statement and definition of cultural safety.

training-topics 24 May 2022

Application of Hui Process/Meihana Model to Clinical Practice

Compulsory for trainees, and highly encouraged for members, this M膩ori/Indigenous Health Institute (MIHI) course promotes positive engagement, appropriate care, treatment and health advocacy that supports M膩ori health equity.

Visit our Workshops page to view all the courses we offer not only as part of our training programs, but for continuing professional development and health professionals more broadly.

贬耻颈-腻-迟补耻

贬耻颈-腻-迟补耻, hosted by He Hono W膩hine,鈥痠s held each year for mini传媒入口 Fellows, trainees and wh膩nau at marae to engage, reflect and korero around hauora M膩ori in a relaxed but focused way.

He Hono W膩hine provide a supportive environment for attendees to learn about the M膩ori world view, share their clinical experiences, and contribute to the mahi of Te Rautaki M膩ori me te Ara Whakamua.

Contact Hauora W膩hine M膩ori Advisor, Bailey Parata if you鈥檇 like to know more: bparata@ranzcog.org.nz.


NZ member and trainee support

Wellbeing and support

Here to support you

We support trainees and members to continue to practice during periods of personal difficulty and hardship.

Early career Fellows

An annual forum is held to engage mini传媒入口 early career Fellows* about the scope of work mini传媒入口 is involved in and the support and mentoring available.  

The forum is both a networking and professional development opportunity for mini传媒入口 early career Fellows with Fellows and external health stakeholders available to provide information and share personal experiences. 

To find out when the next forum is being held, email event@ranzcog.org.nz.

*Up to 5 years since elevating to mini传媒入口 Fellowship is considered an early career Fellow. 

New Fellows

Congratulations on your elevation to Fellowship! Figuring out your opportunities and responsilities within the College can be challenging.

To assist you as you begin this journey, we鈥檝e created a digital New Fellows Resource Guide.

Practice visits

Practice Visits provide confidential and collegial peer review of specialists within their work environment as part of their continuing professional development. Peer review ensures an understanding of the context and challenges of working in practice. 

Workshops

Visit our Workshops page to view all the courses we offer not only as part of our training programs, but for continuing professional development and health professionals more broadly. The below courses/workshops are specific to Aotearoa New Zealand members.

Application of Hui Process/Meihana Model to Clinical Practice
Compulsory for trainees, and highly encouraged for members, this M膩ori/Indigenous Health Institute (MIHI) course promotes positive engagement, appropriate care, treatment and health advocacy that supports M膩ori health equity.
Excellence in Report Writing and Expert Witness mini传媒入口 Workshop
This one-day workshop focuses on how to write reports of facts in response to patient complaints. Upon completion, Fellows can apply to participate in the mini传媒入口 Expert Witness Register.

笔腻苍耻颈

Te K膩hui Oranga 艒 Nuku 笔腻苍耻颈 is a regular e-newsletter for Aotearoa New Zealand members and trainees highlighting the mahi of Te K膩hui Oranga 艒 Nuku and topical hauora w膩hine issues including sector consultations, latest research and guideline updates. 

Members are automatically subscribed to this newsletter.


Committees and leadership

The Aotearoa New Zealand office and committees are dedicated to equitable access to health services, and equity of health outcomes, for all w膩hine in Aotearoa New Zealand. 

Aotearoa New Zealand committees meet quarterly to advance Te Rautaki M膩ori me te Ara Whakamua and the College’s Strategic Plan. The committees are responsive to the needs of our members; please get in touch if you need to communicate with a committee or our office.

Your committees

New Zealand mini传媒入口 Accreditation Committee

Chair: Dr Sarah Machin

Deputy Chair: Dr Celia Devenish


2022 MEETING DATES

22 March, 21 June, 20 September, 6 December


CONTACT: jkaveney@ranzcog.org.nz
COORDINATOR: Jude Kaveney

Te K膩hui Oranga 艒 Nuku

CHAIR: Dr Susan Fleming

Deputy Chairs: Dr Rachael McConnell and Dr Per Kempe


2022 MEETING DATES

21 March, 20 June, 19 September, 5 December


CONTACT: ranzcog@ranzcog.org.nz
COORDINATOR: Katie McFetridge


He Hono W膩hine

Chair: Dr Leigh Duncan

Deputy Chair: Dr Phil Suisted


KAUMATUA: Luke Crawford and Wendy Dallas-Katoa


2022 MEETING DATES

20 March, 19 June, 18 September, 4 December


CONTACT: bparata@ranzcog.org.nz

COORDINATOR: Bailey Parata


Your trainee representatives

Trainee Representative

South Island Aotearoa

Dr Vanessa Bowden


贰尘补颈濒:听nz.rep@ranzcog.edu.au

Trainee Representative

North Island Aotearoa

Dr Steven Knights


贰尘补颈濒:听nz.rep@ranzcog.edu.au


Our taonga

Te K膩hui Oranga 艒 Nuku logo

Te K膩hui Oranga 艒 Nuku

The name Te K膩hui Oranga 艒 Nuku means an assembly of people with a focus on health pertaining to women. 

The image encompasses all three elements of the name Te Kahui Oranga 艒 Nuku which are clearly visible within the tapa toru (triangle shapes).

Mihi

He Hono W膩hine has provided the following mihi for opening mini传媒入口 meetings: 

Kia ora t膩tou 
E ng膩 maung膩 k艒rero 
E ng膩 wai tapu o te motu 
E ng膩 hau e wh膩 
T膿n膩 koutou (x3) katoa 

Greetings everyone 
To those assembled from various parts 
To those from all parts of the country 
To those who have come from all over the land 
Greetings, Salutation, Acknowledgements to you all. 

Be well everyone 
To the speaking mountains 
To the sacred waterways of this land 
To those from the four winds 
Greetings, Salutation, Acknowledgements to you all. 

Taku p膩 harakeke e

The waiata, Taku p膩 harakeke e, was gifted to Te Kahui Oranga 艒 Nuku for use at mini传媒入口 NZ hui and events. Taku p膩 harakeke e was written with the help of Aotearoa singer/songwriter Maisey Rika at He Hono W膩hine鈥檚 贬耻颈-腻-迟补耻 at 艑nuku Marae in October 2018.

The waiata, Taku p膩 harakeke e, was first sung at the opening of the 2019 mini传媒入口 NZ Annual Scientific Meeting in Kirikiriroa by Kiara Paul.

AUDIO RECORDING

Taku p膩 harakeke e

Ko te oranga o te iwi
he w膩hine he Atua
te tapu o te whare t膩ngata
he oranga, he oranga

Ko te taonga nui o te ao
he mokopuna, he k膩kano
i ruia mai i Rangi膩tea
he taonga, he taonga

Te K膩hui Oranga 艒 Nuku e
he waipuna ora e
mai i te po ki te ao m膩rama

Taku p膩 harakeke e

My village my family

The wellbeing of humankind
From Women and Gods
And the sacredness of childbirth
It is life it is life

The greatest gift in the world
A child and seed
Sown in Rangi膩tea
A gift and a treasure

The NZ Committee of mini传媒入口
A wellspring of health
‘ab umbris ad lumina vitae’ ‘from shadows to the light of life’

My village my family


Events


Grants and scholarships

UroGynaecological Society of Australasia (UGSA) Research Scholarship
Early-career Fellows and Fmini传媒入口 trainees undertaking a research project in the field of urogynaecology can apply for funding of up to $20,000.
Robert Wrigley Pain Research Scholarship
Early-career Fellows and Advanced Fmini传媒入口 trainees can apply for $12,000 of funding per year over two years ($24,000 total) for projects that contribute towards the improved treatment of pelvic pain.
Mary Elizabeth Courier Research Scholarship
Australian and New Zealand medical graduates within 5 years of gaining a Masters PhD or Fmini传媒入口 can apply for $40,000/year ($120,000 in total) for research into gynaecological cancer or high risk pre-cancerous lesions.
Brown Craig Travelling Fellowship
Early-career mini传媒入口 Fellows and Advanced Fmini传媒入口 trainees can apply for one of two $5,000 travel Fellowships for study or presentation of a scientific paper in O&G.
Mizuno-Ratnam Young Gynaecologist Award
mini传媒入口 Fellows and Fmini传媒入口 trainees under 40 years of age can apply to be funded to attend the biennial AOFOG Congress.
Mercia Barnes Trust research grants
Each year, the Mercia Barnes Trust invites applications from Aotearoa New Zealand researchers for research fellowships in the area of women’s and reproductive health, up to a value of $35,000 each.

Funding opportunities

View all our grant and scholarship opportunities for your next research or travel career goal.


Specialist International Medical Graduates

SIMGs

Trained overseas? Find out how you can qualify to practice as a Specialist International Medical Graduate in Aotearoa New Zealand.


Contact us

Get in touch with our Aotearoa New Zealand and Global Health team.

Phone: +64 4 472 4608
General: ranzcog@ranzcog.org.nz
mini传媒入口: nztraining@ranzcog.org.nz
Events: event@ranzcog.org.nz
Global Health: globalhealth@ranzcog.edu.au

ADDRESS
mini传媒入口 Aotearoa New Zealand office
Level 6, Featherston Tower
23 Waring Taylor Street
Wellington 6011, New Zealand

POSTAL ADDRESS
PO Box 10611
Wellington 6140, New Zealand

Executive Director, Aotearoa New Zealand and Global HealthCatherine Cooper
mini传媒入口 Delivery LeadJude Kaveney
Global Health LeadCarolyn Poljski
Events and Professional Development LeadLaura Collins
Hauora W膩hine M膩ori AdvisorBailey Parata
Communications and Global Health CoordinatorLynn Gestro
mini传媒入口 and SIMG CoordinatorLibby Hamlyn
Office and Projects CoordinatorKatie McFetridge
AccountantGerry Westhuis


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