NMoA Evaluation Survey

We would like to invite you to participate in this survey which aims to understand how the clinical leadership training has made a difference for you personally, professionally, culturally and as a leader. It will take 15-20 mins of your time and we will send you a new NMoA tee at the end.

Governance Training

Governance workshops in 2017

"It was nice to have this workshop presented from a Maori perspective, it brings a reality to the table that many of us will have to deal with if we are nominated to Maori Boards and quite different to the world of tauiwi".

"Very informative. Maori jump on boards without knowing what is expected of them and not fully understanding the
purpose of the group they are representing".

Governance workshops have now finished for 2016. If you are interested in attending in 2017 then email Jessica O'Donnell and let her know.We will notify you when dates for 2017 are confirmed.

Jessica.O’Donnell@northlanddhb.org.nz or phone: (09) 4304101 extn 7108


Check the presentation by Lorraine Hetaraka-Stevens, Nursing Director, ProCare on 'Top Tips' for getting a job.

More tips for Maori new graduates on getting a job......

A great resource on Cultural Safety:

Bibliographic Timeline of the Introduction of Cultural Safety into Nursing Education in New Zealand 1988 – 2012

Check out the Tuia Te Ao Mārama the oral history website of Māori mental health nurses - he rawe

Leadership...part of your career
Enrolments For 2017

Dates for 2017 clinical leadership programme

The last wananga for the year is in progress and will complete in November. Dates for 2017 have not been set yet. If you are interested in registering your interest for next year, or would like more information please contact:

Tania Hodges - Managing Director, Digital Indigenous

T: (07) 858 4940 | M: (021) 897 514
E: tania@digitalindigenous.co.nz
W: www.digitalindigenous.com

Note: The NMoA Leadership Programme has been approved by the Midwifery Council of New Zealand as elective education and allocated 10 elective education points till Dec 2017.

About Us

In 2008 the Ministry of Health announced a significant investment into strengthening the Māori workforce. This investment would underpin the government’s workforce priority to:

  • Train more nurses and midwives
  • Promote clinical leadership and,
  • Increase the size and quality of the frontline clinical workforce

Thus, a national Māori Nursing and Midwifery Workforce Development Programme named Ngā Manukura ō Āpōpō was established. Read more...

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Hui and events

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The National Leadership Graduate wananga will be held 13 & 14 December 2016 at Turangawaewae Marae, Ngaruawahia.

There is a small cost for the wananga $120 (inc GST) if paid before the 28 November 2016 or $175 (inc GST) from 29 November 2016. For more information or to register contact: admin@digitalindigenous.co.nz

Ngā Manukura o Āpōpō ePortfolio

Your ePortfolio


The Mahara-based platform developed for Māori nurses to complete their professional portfolio online, is now available for nurses who work for health and nursing organisations registered on the site.For more information please go to nurseportfolio.nz
LearnOnline.Health.nz provides educational resources for health workers either studying or working in different fields of practice. For more information click here.