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Wharangi Ruamano

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2015-2017  Chair Donna Foxall (EIT)  

Wharangi Ruamano is the Māori nurse and midwife education group representative of Māori Nurse & Midwife Educators who work within the tertiary education sector, and those who work within the clinical practice sector.

Te whakapapa o Wharangi Ruamano extends back to the inception of NCMN Te Kaunihera o Ngā Neehi Māori and regular meetings held by Māori Nurse & Midwife Educators. At the TauiraNeehi Māori hui in 2001 at Whakatu Marae, Nelson, Kaumatua Olly Taukamau, Te Ururoa Flavell and John Vercoe from Waiariki; Wai Makiri Mason from AUT; Taukiri Thompson from Whitireia; Matua Whakaruru from Taranaki; Tako Haupapa from Manukau; Reverend Makere Paul—Hoetawa from EIT; and Jamesina Kett from Waikato bestowed the name Wharangi Ruamano on the Māori Nurse and Midwife educator collective. The name and kaupapa of this group was endorsed in Tamaki Makaurau in 2002.

 Latest News

June 2015 - submissions from Wharangi Ruamano

PDF icon. Feedback nurses voluntary bonding scheme 2016 (PDF, 113 KB)

PDF icon. NCNZ Nursing Schools Annual Report feedback _2015 (PDF, 303 KB)

November 2014

The 2nd edition of Nga Manukura Māori Nursing Students Scorecard is now published - see here

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