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NHC welcomes 17 new Waikato practices to it’s network.

The National Hauora Coalition (NHC) faces a busy month as it prepares to welcome it’s 17 new Waikato practices on 1st October 2019, establish its Waikato office and launch its new local Tiakina te Tangata mobile Long Term Conditions service.

British Medical Journal Open publishes paper about Mana Tū study

The British Medical Journal Open recently published a paper describing the study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial of the Mana Tū programme. Mana Tū is a unique Māori-lead programme developed and led by the NHC that supports people with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes to successfully self-manage with their condition.

Mana Tū: a whānau ora approach to type 2 diabetes

The New Zealand Medical Journal recently published a paper describing the rationale behind the development of the Mana Tū programme. Mana Tū is a unique Māori-lead programme developed and led by the National Hauora Coalition that supports people with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes to successfully self-manage with their condition.

Māori Leaders in Health mount historic Waitangi Tribunal Claim

Claims from two groups of Māori health leaders are being heard in the Waitangi

Tribunal from 15 October next week at Tūrangawaewae Marae in Ngaruawahia as part

of stage one of the its national kaupapa inquiry into health services and outcomes.

Māori Health inequity as a humanitarian crisis in Aotearoa?

Over the next few weeks we will be showcasing developments and thinking from across our network and will share some of the cool, interesting or challenging things we’re doing. 

Today we’re kicking off our posts with a note from our Chief Executive, Simon Royal. Simon is a named claimant in Wai 2687, a contemporary Waitangi Tribunal claim that is being heard by the Tribunal later this year as part of its Kaupapa Inquiry into health.

Evaluation of the Flexible Funding Pool

NHC engaged Julian King & Associates Limited to undertake an evaluation of the FFP programme, which was designed as a new approach to primary health care funding allocation, and reducing inequities among high needs populations.