Haere Mai Value Award
This award is for a team or individual who truly show the value of Haere Mai by putting people at ease, seeing the whole person and explaining the environment and by doing so have achieved better Māori health outcomes. This could include whānau experience, eliminating inequities or developing the workforce.
- Māori Women's Health Social Worker - Waimarie Manaia
- Human Resources - Kim Herrick / Alexis Cameron / Tania Te Wake
- Māori Women's Health Social Worker - Waimarie Manaia. Waimarie Manaia is a Māori Women’s Health Social Worker who provides support to wahine hapū and their whānau to help them access essential maternity care and emphasising tinorangatiratanga in developing whānau-led plans to promote wellbeing and overall health and safety.
Manaaki Value Award
This award is for a team or individual who truly show the value of Manaaki and has achieved better Māori health outcomes by listening to different points of view. Someone who shows compassion and integrity and protects dignity and privacy .
- The Faculty of the Difficult Conversations Workshop: Andrew Thompson, Elaine Meyer, Fiona Miles, Fiona McIver, Gerda Halstead, Gina O'Grady, Jen Rochac, Jo Hegarty, John Atkinson, Kathy Bublitz, Melissa Heywood, Natalie Spear, Simon Rowley, Summer Hawke, Tamara Nickerson, Toni Shepherd, Tracey Wright.
- The Cancer Support Team: Eva Morunga, Talia Wiapo, Natalie He, Jenny Allison, Lauren Bradley, Bryony Parkes, Juliet Ireland
- The Faculty of the Difficult Conversations Workshop: The Difficult Conversations Workshop faculty are a multidisciplinary team involving healthcare professionals, including He Kamaka Waiora and parents. Their vision is to promote a culture within Starship Child Health which supports and develops communication skills for all. The Program to Enhance Communication and Relational Skills was adapted and enhanced by the faculty for the unique social and cultural needs of our paediatric healthcare setting of Tāmaki, Aotearoa. While developing the course, key concepts included kawa whakaruruhau (cultural awareness and safety), manaakitanga (respect and kindness). Along with an understanding of the specific cultural nuances for whānau. The workshop includes simulated healthcare conversations, involving a multiprofessional team and professional actors who provide feedback to participants after each simulation.
Tūhono Value Award
This award is for a team or individual who truly show the value of Tūhono by sharing learnings and achieving as a team with colleagues, patients and whānau and by doing so improve whānau experience, eliminate inequities or has developed the workforce.
- Mana Tū - National Hauora Coalition
- The Cancer Support Team – Eva Morunga, Talia Wiapo, Natalie He, Jenny Allison, Lauren Bradley, Bryony Parkes, Juliet Ireland
- Starship – Starship Community
- Mana Tū - National Hauora Coalition. The National Hauora Coalition is made up of two teams working collaboratively to manage poorly controlled type 2 diabetes in primary care. The Mana Tū teams consist of a ‘Network Hub’ providing operational and research leadership and support to GPs and ‘the Provider Network Team’ of Kaimanaaki-whānau (Case Managers) delivering Mana Tū. Mana Tū aims to address the system (Māori leadership, health equity, wider determinants), the service (network Hub, Kai Manaaki, integrated primary care, information management) and personal (taking charge, whānau ora, the journey) factors that impact on the whānau’s ability to mana tū.
Angamua Value Award
This award is for a team or individual who truly show the value of Angamua by aspiring to excellence and the safest care and in doing so has achieved better Māori health outcomes. This could include whānau experience, eliminating inequities or developing the workforce.
- Midwifery Education Team - Megan Tahere, Beatle Treadwell, Laurinda McInnes, Sam Jones
- Te Rōpu Whakamaru – Starship Community
- CVICU Cultural Safety team – CVICU
- Midwifery Education Team - The Midwifery Education Team is committed to working with Ngā Māia o Aotearoa and Ngā Māia ki Tāmaki Makaurau to provide Tūranga Kaupapa education across our maternity service. The goal is to enable cultural support and guidance, increase knowledge and understanding of Kaupapa Māori, develop cultural competence, enable professional development and promote optimal health outcomes for whānau, hapū and iwi. The Tūranga Kaupapa are ten Kaupapa Māori principles that provide guidelines on cultural values of Māori for midwifery practice. Tūranga Kaupapa are integrated into the New Zealand College of Midwives Standards for Midwifery Practice as part of the regulatory and professional frameworks.