This course aims to provide members of the public, healthcare workers, and service providers interested in Health and Well-being and Māori Health Models an opportunity for deeper understanding. The course will begin by looking at the background and formation of both Health and Well-being and the Whare Tapa Model, in addition to defining the core concepts of the Whare Tapa Whā Model, and then review modern health and Well-being literature, and then compare it with the core concepts of the Whare Tapa Whā Model. Following this, ideas for improving services and clinical practice in addition to ideas for future integrated research will then be discussed.
An understanding of the background and formation of Health and Well-being
An understanding of the background and formation of the Te Whare Tapa Whā model
An understanding of the relative strengths and weakness of the bio-medical and bio-pyscho-social models in comparison to the Whare Tapa Whā model
An understanding of the traditional core concepts of the Te Whare Tapa Whā model
An understanding of modern Health and Well-being literature
An understanding of how the core concepts of modern Health and Well-being literature relates to the core concepts of the Whare Tapa Whā model
An understanding of how the core concepts of the Te Whare Tapa Whā model relate to each other
An awareness of ideas for improving services and clinical practice
An awareness of ideas for future integrated research
1. Working with people experiencing mental health and addiction needs
2. Working with Māori
4. Working within communities
7. Maintaining professional and personal development
BPhty (Otago), Senior Physiotherapist, Clinical Advisor
Kore brings around 25+ years of clinical experience as a Physiotherapist in addition to around 9 years of medico-legal experience as a clinical advisor, along with a unique perspective involving his own neurodiversity, childhood experiences, and mentoring from his Kuia in Social Work and Te Ao Māori. Kore has also developed several special interest areas in addition to having experience in a broad range of both work and community-based roles. These experiences have motivated Kore to write and work towards publishing in a variety of areas relating to causation, clinical practice, traditional Māori matauranga, and health & well-being, along with future intentions to collaborate, design, and research ways to improve our understanding, clinical practice, and client experiences.
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