The Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing is a peer-reviewed, open-access, scholarly online journal that shares multi-disciplinary indigenous knowledge and research experience amongst indigenous health professionals, leaders, researchers and community members. The journal publishes original, informative and scholarly articles on the broadly defined topic of indigenous wellbeing. Serving as a forum for the clarification and exchange of ideas, the journal features articles on projects that make a significant impact on our understanding of indigenous wellbeing (see more).

Volume 7, Issue 1, 2024

Indigenous Workforce Development in Aotearoa New Zealand

E ngā iwi taketake, he mihi tēnei ki a koutou,

In this special edition of Te Mauri Pimatisiwin Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing, we shine a light on Indigenous workforce development in Aotearoa (New Zealand). We gain insights from successful Māori health workforce development initiatives, and from research that is gradually rewriting deficit narratives.

Central to this edition is the pivotal concept of cultural safety in healthcare training and delivery, emphasising the importance of Indigenous wisdom, traditions, and languages. Enabling frameworks to evolve, moving from mere service delivery to authentic collaboration with Indigenous communities, ensures that care is culturally congruent.

Te Mauri Pimatisiwin Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing is staunchly devoted to elevating Indigenous perspectives and championing Indigenous-centric health solutions. Through this edition, our aspiration is not just to inform but to catalyse a broader comprehension of Indigenous health, driving momentum towards a world where health equity is a reality for all.

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