The CHI model: a culturally appropriate auditing model – guidelines for public health services




Table of contents

Executive summary; introduction; Auditing models for cultural appriateness and positve Maori development; Department of Health performance indications; The ahuora checklist; The Ministry of Womens Affairs “Responsiveness to Maori” plan; Te Puni kokiri; The dual focused framework; Regional Health Authority contracts; Themes appropriate for a Maori health audiing model; The Treaty of Waitangi; Empowerment; National Standards and Government obligations; Active involvement; Data and information; Cultural Safety; Intellectual Property Rights; The CHI Audit model – a model for auditing PHC Providers; Key features; themes and indicatiors; Selection of indicators and specific measurements; Summary of the CHI Process.



Primary author: Mason, M. H

Author biography: Māori

Publisher: Public Health Commission

Publication format: Book/report

Publication date:

Publication place: Wellington

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: APW-2A

ISBN/ISSN: 047805222

Sector: Health

Informal group: Other ethnic, Pākehā

Culture related topics: Cultural safety (Kawa whakaruruhau)

Historical period: 20th