Whetū i te Rangi Symposium
The Whetū i te Rangi Symposium will highlight the work and research occurring in palliative care with Māori across Aotearoa, New Zealand.
Whetū i te Rangi will foster discussion and will explore how hospice and palliative care can contribute to a well-supported transition towards the end of life for Māori.
This one-day symposium will promote exchange between whānau, practitioners, researchers and those working in the community about the unique nature of working in this growing specialist area.
We especially look forward to exploring the Pae Herenga resources and research findings from the Te Arai Palliative Care Research Group.
Mary Potter Hospice is grateful for the support of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga to host this symposium and to offer symposium scholarships. More details on scholarships to come.
Symposium 2021 – Whetū i te Rangi
Date and time: 8.15am – 4.30pm, Monday 3 May 2021
Location: Oceania Room, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
55 Cable Street, Wellington 6011
Cost: $190 (incl. GST) per person
Mary Potter Hospice is committed to growing health care professionals in palliative care. Health inequity and the underpinning related issues are high on our agenda which is reflected in the aim of the Symposium.
Symposium Scholarships cover the cost of symposium registration fees only. Applicants must be New Zealand residents or citizens, and must be involved in Māori health and/or wellbeing.
More information about scholarships will be available soon.
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