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Hauora Māori publications

Thesis

  • Dawson, A. (2013, April 30). Cultural competence training for health researchers. A thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Public Health (MPH), University of Otago, Dunedin.

Conference presentations

  • Dawson, A., Richards, R., & Baxter, J. (2015). Concepts and content of a cultural competence intervention. Verbal presentation at the Hui Poutama: Māori Research Symposium. Dunedin, New Zealand, 14 May.
  • Dawson, A., Richards, R. & Baxter, J. (2014). Concepts and content of a cultural competence intervention. Guest Presentation. NZ Podiatry Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand, 13-15 November.
  • Dawson, A., Baxter, J. & Kewene, F. (2014). Are we making a difference? Reflections on a new curriculum in Māori Health. Poster Presentation. INIHKD & Manitoba NEAHR Conference, Winnipeg, Canada, 5-10 October.
  • Dawson, A., Richards, R. & Baxter, J. (2014). Concepts and content of a cultural competence intervention. Oral Presentation. INIHKD & Manitoba NEAHR Conference, Winnipeg, Canada, 5-10 October.
  • Dawson, A., Richards, R. & Baxter, J. (2014). Concepts and content of a cultural competence intervention. Oral Presentation. Health Research Council Hui Whakapiripiri, Auckland, New Zealand, 8-10 July.
  • Dawson, A. (2013). Ko wai au? Who am I? No hea au? Where am I from? Cultural competency for health researchers in Aotearoa. 3rd European Transcultural Nursing Association (ETNA) Conference Hagoshrim, Israel, 24-27 June.
  • Dawson, A. (2013). Using action research to develop a cultural competence training intervention. 3rd Eurpean Transcultural Nursing Association (ETNA) Conference. Hagoshrim, Israel, 24-27 June.

Public seminars and lectures

  • Baxter, J., Egan, R., Hayward, J., & Potiki, T. (2013). How can Te Tiriti o Waitangi be applied to reduce health inequalities? Panel discussion at the Public Health Seminar, Department of Preventive & Social Medicine, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, 15 August.