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64 3 364 3691
Honorary Associate Professor
Dean's Department (Christchurch)
Research summary
Maori Health


Tania is Ngai Tahu and Ngati Mutunga O Wharekauri. She has worked as a Registered Nurse and as the Clinical Co-ordinator in a Wahine Ora service. Tania has a strong interest in Wahine Māori health and whanau ora. Her research interests include:

  • Hauora Maori - Maori Health
  • Hauora Wahine Maori
  • Maori Nursing Networks/historical and contemporary


McKerchar, C., Barthow, C., Huria, T., Jones, B., Coppell, K., Hall, R., Amataiti, T., … Wright-McNaughton, M., & Krebs, J. (2024). Acceptability, enablers, and barriers to dietary change for Māori with nutrition-related conditions in Aotearoa, New Zealand: A scoping review. Proceedings of the 47th New Zealand Society for the Study of Diabetes (NZSSD) Annual Scientific Meeting. O11. Retrieved from Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Fisher, C., Bird, P., McCombie, A., Huria, T., & Love, R. (2024). Review of Māori equity in surgical trainee selection. ANZ Journal of Surgery. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1111/ans.18909 Journal - Research Article

Cameron-Dunn, S., Fisher, C., Huria, T., McCombie, A., Forbes, A., & Joyce, L. (2023). Outcome measures for Māori with non-traumatic dental presentations: A retrospective observational study and Kaupapa Māori approach examining inequities in dental care. In J. Boys, S. Cubillo, L. Bandler & S. Bellingham (Eds.), Proceedings of the Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education Network Conference: LIME Connection X: Decolonising Education: Through Critique to Transformative Learning and Teaching. (pp. 29-30). Melbourne, Australia: University of Melbourne. Retrieved from Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Cameron-Dunn, S., Fisher, C., Joyce, L., Huria, T., & McCombie, A. (2022, November). Outcome measures of Māori patients presenting with dental pain to Christchurch Emergency Department: An equity review. Poster session presented at the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) Spring Symposium, Christchurch, New Zealand. Conference Contribution - Poster Presentation (not in published proceedings)

Huria, T., Pitama, S. G., Beckert, L., Hughes, J., Monk, N., Lacey, C., & Palmer, S. C. (2021). Reported sources of health inequities in Indigenous Peoples with chronic kidney disease: A systematic review of quantitative studies. BMC Public Health, 21, 1447. doi: 10.1186/s12889-021-11180-2 Journal - Research Article

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