Transforming Health Literacy

Come on a journey with me, watch my art transform darkness into form.

Ramari Heremia (Waiariki) 1879-1965

Turn your world upside down and unpack what it means to decolonise our ways of being.

Lets start with reclaiming what is ours – health literacy – a space for Māori to be ourselves; a space that is negotiated, adaptive and shaped by people, whānau and communities.  

I focus on what matters to Māori, our visions, aspirations, and goals for self-determination, abundance, thriving, health, and wellbeing. 

  • If your into co-design/co-creation this is a great example of community engagement.
  • If your interested in communication beyond words then you will enjoy this.
  • If your interested in community – participation – action – research turn this on!
  • If you work in the health sector this presentation is for you.
  • If you or your loved one has been impacted by the heath system this is dedicated to you.

More information on the presentation:
Ngā Pou Mana: FREE membership, access to scholarships, wānanga, professional development, latest research and media relating to Māori allied health – FACEBOOK

More information on health literacy skills

Media release

Offerings/opportunities: I have openings for those interested in furthering their studies (Masters and PhD students). Also available to do individual and group (cultural and professional) supervision. Happy to have a cuppa tea and kōrero. Email me to arrange a time. 

Areas of interest are: Kaupapa Māori -decolonisation, Indigenisation, [Indigenous & community] psychology, qualitative research, social science, hauora (health and wellbeing), participatory community action research, health literacy, cultural safety and co-design/creation/arts-based methodology.

Published by Tākuta Teah

Indigenous woman, partner, māmā, sister, daughter, aunty, artist, story catcher/teller, researcher, evaluator and academic. I draw on these identities to express, connect and articulate kotahitanga, mana motuhake and aroha.

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