The National Council of Maori nurses is staging a national hui on nursing education involving the Maori community of this country



Key aspects of the hui are recruitment, curriculum development, examination, registration, nursing, health philosophies, Maori role models, Marae based programmes.

Table of contents

Our objectives are; Recruitment; selection panels/advisory committees; curriculum development; examination and registration; new models; nga tangata – the people; nga wahi – the places; nga kaupap a- the philosophies; Hui schedule; Registration.



Primary author: National Council of Maori Nurses

Author biography: Māori

Publisher: National Council of Maori Nurses

Publication format: Panui/notice, Report

Publication date: 1986

Publication place: Wanganui

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: Filing Cabinet 2 – Health – Maori

Misc. notes: July 1986, Monday 14th, 4.30 pm to Friday 18th, 12.00 pm. Held at the Ratana Pa, Main Highway South, Wanganui

Content type: Implementation, Recommendations, Responses

Tikanga Māori: General

Sector: Health

Informal group: Māori

General related topics: Colonisation, Equity/justice/fairness

Historical period: 20th

Historical event: The National Council of Maori Nurses National Hui on Nursing Eduation

Related people: Linda Erihe – NCMN Secretary; John Tapiata, Eru Potaka Dewes – Hui Co-ordinators

Related places: Ratana Pa, Wanganui

Resources: Culture