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Tracy Haitana

Clinical Senior Lecturer

Email tracy.haitana@otago.ac.nz

About Tracy Haitana (Te Āti Haunui-a-Pāpārangi, Ngāti Tuwharetoa)

Tracy is a registered clinical psychologist, who has worked in criminal justice settings, private practice, and in the area of sexual trauma. In addition to ongoing clinical work, Tracy has contributed to postgraduate curriculum development and teaching for health professionals and clinical psychology students in the application of the Hui Process and Meihana Model.

Tracy is completing her PhD exploring the impact of systems on Māori patient and whānau experiences of bipolar disorder. Tracy is also a member of the Māori and bipolar disorder research team.

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Publications

Haitana, T. N. (2022). Kōrero o te Tāniko: Māori experiences of healthcare for bipolar disorder in Aotearoa: A kaupapa Māori clinical, structural and organisational critique (PhD). University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10523/13473

Haitana, T., Pitama, S., Cormack, D., Clark, M. T. R., & Lacey, C. (2022). "If we can just dream…": Māori talk about healthcare for bipolar disorder in New Zealand: A qualitative study privileging Indigenous voices on organisational transformation for health equity. International Journal of Health Planning & Management. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1002/hpm.3486

Haitana, T., Pitama, S., Cormack, D., Clark, M. T. R., & Lacey, C. (2022). ‘It absolutely needs to move out of that structure’: Māori with bipolar disorder identify structural barriers and propose solutions to reform the New Zealand mental health system. Ethnicity & Health. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/13557858.2022.2027884

Haitana, T., Pitama, S., Cormack, D., Clark, M. T. R., & Lacey, C. (2022). Culturally competent, safe and equitable clinical care for Māori with bipolar disorder in New Zealand: The expert critique of Māori patients and Whānau. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 56(6), 648-656. doi: 10.1177/00048674211031490

Cunningham, R., Crowe, M., Stanley, J., Haitana, T., Pitama, S., Porter, R., Baxter, J., Huria, T., Mulder, R., Clark, M. T. R., & Lacey, C. (2020). Gender and mental health service use in bipolar disorder: National cohort study. BJPsych Open, 6(6), 138. doi: 10.1192/bjo.2020.117

Haitana, T., Pitama, S., Cormack, D., Clark, M. T. R., & Lacey, C. (2022). "If we can just dream…": Māori talk about healthcare for bipolar disorder in New Zealand: A qualitative study privileging Indigenous voices on organisational transformation for health equity. International Journal of Health Planning & Management. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1002/hpm.3486

Journal - Research Article

Haitana, T., Pitama, S., Cormack, D., Clark, M. T. R., & Lacey, C. (2022). Culturally competent, safe and equitable clinical care for Māori with bipolar disorder in New Zealand: The expert critique of Māori patients and Whānau. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 56(6), 648-656. doi: 10.1177/00048674211031490

Journal - Research Article

Haitana, T., Pitama, S., Cormack, D., Clark, M. T. R., & Lacey, C. (2022). ‘It absolutely needs to move out of that structure’: Māori with bipolar disorder identify structural barriers and propose solutions to reform the New Zealand mental health system. Ethnicity & Health. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/13557858.2022.2027884

Journal - Research Article

Cunningham, R., Crowe, M., Stanley, J., Haitana, T., Pitama, S., Porter, R., Baxter, J., Huria, T., Mulder, R., Clark, M. T. R., & Lacey, C. (2020). Gender and mental health service use in bipolar disorder: National cohort study. BJPsych Open, 6(6), 138. doi: 10.1192/bjo.2020.117

Journal - Research Article

Cunningham, R., Stanley, J., Haitana, T., Pitama, S., Crowe, M., Mulder, R., Porter, R., & Lacey, C. (2020). The physical health of Māori with bipolar disorder. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 54(11), 1107-1114. doi: 10.1177/0004867420954290

Journal - Research Article

Haitana, T., Pitama, S., Cormack, D., Clark, M., & Lacey, C. (2020). The transformative potential of Kaupapa Māori Research and indigenous methodologies: Positioning Māori patient experiences of mental health services. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 19, 1-12. doi: 10.1177/1609406920953752

Journal - Research Article

Pitama, S. G., Bennett, S. T., Waitoki, W., Haitana, T. N., Valentine, H., Pahina, J., … Beckert, L., Palmer, S. C., Huria, T. M., Lacey, C. J., & McLachlan, A. (2017). A proposed hauora Māori clinical guide for psychologists: Using the Hui Process and Meihana Model in clinical assessment and formulation. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 46(3), 7-19.

Journal - Research Article

Haitana, T., Pitama, S., Crowe, M., & Lacey, C. (2018). Priorities for reducing mental health inequities for indigenous people with bipolar disorder: A systematic review. Bipolar Disorders, 20(Suppl. 1), (pp. 57). [Abstract]

Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Haitana, T. N. (2022). Kōrero o te Tāniko: Māori experiences of healthcare for bipolar disorder in Aotearoa: A kaupapa Māori clinical, structural and organisational critique (PhD). University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10523/13473

Awarded Doctoral Degree

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