Bringing Culture into Care: A Biography of Amohaere Tangitu
Over the past two decades, New Zealand health care has grown more culturally aware, slowly incorporating practices that better cater to the needs of Maori. Bradford Haami chronicles this health care evolution by telling the story of Amohaere Tangitu, a woman responsible for pione... read full description below.
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||Women health reformers - Biography - New Zealand, Women, Maori - Biography, Health care reform - History - New Zealand, Transcultural medical care - History - New Zealand
||Biography: Science, Technology & Medical
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Over the past two decades, New Zealand health care has grown more culturally aware, slowly incorporating practices that better cater to the needs of Maori. Bradford Haami chronicles this health care evolution by telling the story of Amohaere Tangitu, a woman responsible for pioneering change.
Spanning Amohaere's career in health services, Bringing Culture into Care is the story of Amohaere's work to bring cultural perspectives and practices into health care, making treatments culturally safe for Maori and all patients. Amohaere instigated changes in protocols around medical procedures to make them more culturally appropriate in Auckland's general and children's hospitals, established family accommodation in the children's hospital, and implemented cultural processes alongside the hospital treatments. Through her work, Amohaere changed the way staff practised and people healed.
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Bradford Haami (Ngati Awa) is a writer for print, television and film and has been a consultant for documentaries and feature films. His book 'True Red', about a gang leader, captured audiences worldwide, and 'Ka Mau Te Wehi Taking Haka to the World' won the Nga Kupu Ora Best Maori Biography of the Year Award. Bradford says, `My interest in storytelling is primarily based on the power of the story ... to convey a message that will stimulate conversation and ultimately transform hearts, minds and communities.'