This issue is about and dedicated to the health and support workers and services navigating the Wh?nau Ora programme. "It is about increasing the wellbeing of individuals and wh?nau to lead full lives and uses the power of wh?nau to improve the wellbeing of individuals and wh?nau. It provides wh?nau with appropriate services and support so they can become more self-managing and achieve their aspirations."

Published: 2019-08-20

Editorial

Wh?nau Ora - A New Beginning

Debbie Sorensen
Abstract 64 | PDF Downloads 33 | DOI https://doi.org/10.26635/phd.2019.WOS620

Page 172-174

Talanoa

Leading in partnership - the Wh?nau Ora Way

Nigel Beckford, Rouruina Emil’e-Brown, Hamish Crooks, Tevita Funaki, Vui Mark Gosche, Trevor Guttenbeil
Abstract 182 | PDF Downloads 20 | DOI https://doi.org/10.26635/phd.2019WOS.622

Potential for using New Zealand’s Integrated Data Infrastructure in Pacific health and wellbeing research

Jesse Kokaua, Seini Jensen, Wilmason Jensen, Debbie Sorensen, Rosalina Richards
Abstract 192 | PDF Downloads 24 | DOI https://doi.org/10.26635/phd.2019WOS.623

PASIFIKA FUTURES WH?NAU ORA: F’INE – Nurturing the Future for Pasifika LGBTQI

Saneta Manoa, Phylesha Brown-Acton, Tatryanna Utanga, Seini Jensen
Abstract 186 | PDF Downloads 14 | DOI https://doi.org/10.26635/phd.2019WOS.624

Wh?nau Ora – A New Beginning

Nigel Beckford, Seini Taulava, Mama John, Isaiah Immanuel
Abstract 39 | PDF Downloads 14