Successful outcomes for Toitū Hauora Leadership Summit Dunedin this week! + OTNZ-WNA delegation presented our treaty relationship governance model to the PNZ National Executive

Toitū Hauora Leadership Summit took place at Te Wai Pounamu, on the 4th and 5th of September 2018 in Dunendin.  We are delighted that Georgina Davis, OTNZ-WNA Tangata Whenua President attended and will share the learnings from this hui.

This year’s theme was:

      Toi te Kupu, Toi te Mana, Toitū te Whenua

Hold fast to our culture, to our mana, our language, and our land – as it is the essence of who we are as Māori.

Over the two-day event attendees with the connected passion for Māori well-being shared in collaboration, consultation and commitment to be the driving force driving awareness and improvements in Maori Health.   Toitu Hauora Day 2 started with Minister David Clark emphasizing the vision for better equity of health outcomes & quality services for all New Zealanders. He also asked the audience for their feedback in the current health & disabilty review!!!
#ToiTekupu #ToiTeMana #ToituTeWhanau

In other news – on Saturday 1 September whaea Iris Pahau and Harsh Vardhan president tangata tiriti gave a presentation on our treaty relationship governance model (TRGM) journey to members of Physiotherapy New Zealand National Executive.