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1 December 2017

By Keri Opai

Te Reo Hāpai and the word ‘nurse’

We recently received some feedback about the absence of nursing and other occupational terms in Te Reo Hāpai, a new glossary of Māori language used in the mental health, addiction and disability sectors.

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27 June 2016

By Keri Opai

Reflecting the best use of Te Reo Māori in our sectors

With the contemporary appetite for using te reo properly; correctly and with respect, the Te Reo Hāpai project is researching and, where appropriate, creating 200 Māori words and terms that adequately and accurately reflect the best use of Te Reo Māori in the mental health, addiction and disability sectors in 2016 and into the future.

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12 March 2015

By Keri Opai

Hope and resilience: Māori mental health research launch

Last week we had the opportunity to launch two Māori mental health research reports alongside of our workforce partner Te Rau Matatini.

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