Tikanga best practice guidelines was an attempt by New Zealands medical professionals to improve the Maori cultural competence of all staff. Tikanga guidelines aim to help staff within the Hospital Health Service to provide culturally responsive health and disability services to Māori.
Matauranga Maaori Review and monitor the training of tikanga best practice as it is applied across all departments of CM Health Develop and implement a tikanga framework that is made available to all health services in the region Service planning Establish a collective Maaori knowledge base to support Maaori health and hauora planning.
Tikanga in healthcare. The guidelines are underpinned by Māori values protocols concepts views of health and Te Tiriti o Waitangi. There has been little research into how these guidelines have be up taken and used in any of the DHBs throughout the country. We would see rangatahi operating within the confines of the rules.
In the glossary of Health and Physical Education in the New Zealand Curriculum tikanga is defined as custom rule way of doing things. Kaitiakitanga entails an active exercise of responsibility in a manner beneficial to resources and the welfare of the people. Concepts and Learning in the Māori Tradition Pere 1982 tikanga is described as rules plans methods approaches customs habits rights authority and control.
They found tāngata whenua did not feel culturally safe once they stopped seeing Māori health providers and moved into the mainstream health system for treatment. The following basic Māori practices rely on an understanding of tapu and noa key concepts that underpin many practices Tapu and noa are entirely consistent with a logical Māori view of hygiene and align with good health and safety practices. Culture is simply defined as the beliefs and underlying values that determine how we do what we do.
To promote a seamless Continuous Quality Improvement CQI approach in cultural responsiveness to facilitate best practice for all CMH staff. Encourage rangatahi to do the right thing by providing them with the essential information. How we behave to each other and how we carry out our work.
Public health specialists at Massey University published their findings in the New Zealand Medical Journal and said the mainstream health system did not respond well to the needs of tāngata whenua. Explain rules boundaries and consequences. Every organisation has its own culture.
Returning unconsented body partstissuesubstances is expected to follow existing protocols. To implement CMH Maaori Values and. This tikanga informed practice guideline has been adapted to guide health professionals employed within mental health services.
Targeted toward health professional practice when supporting Māori tangata whaiora and their whānau in mental health services and especially so in the acute mental health unit. Tikanga Recommended Best Practice is about defining best practice for Mäori values and concepts with the healthcare settings that Waitemata DHB offers. They are a snapshot of goals and processes for staff to.
The development of this document has been a collaborative journey with representatives from the rongoā sector that defines a benchmark of. As these values and concepts are included into the prevailing clinical paradigms at Waitemata DHB we expect that the practice of. They are a snapshot of goals and processes for staff to consider during.
When working with Māori clients and their whanau Tikanga must be implemented in care design and delivery in order to achieve culturally competent practice. Tikanga practice guidelines can however also be applied to practice with other cultures. The guidelines are underpinned by Mäori values protocols concepts views of health and Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Tikanga can apply to all aspects of Māori life and rules therefore are numerous and diverse. The placing into practice that which is correct. Tikanga Recommended Best Practice is primarily focused on Mäori as they reflect Mäori values and concepts.
Tikanga – Culture and values Back to Resources. Tikanga relating to food 1. Professional Development and Recognition Programme.
Tikanga guidelines aim to help staff within the Hospital Health Service to provide culturally responsive health and disability services to Mäori. If return or retention is not requested staff should discuss and agree to disposal or burial of the body partstissuesubstances with the Māori patient or whānau. Reward adherence to tikanga.
The concept is derived from the Māori word tika which means right or correct so in Māori terms to act in accordance with tikanga is to behave in a way that is culturally proper or appropriate. Tikanga Responsiveness Programme PDRP guidelines Te Kaahui Ora Maaori Health CMH TIKANGA RESPONSIVENESS PROGRAMME Guidelines for. Values such as compassion and integrity help us to build positive relationships with our colleagues patients and the public and provide us with.
Central to the policy is the expectation that all users of health services are. Generally speaking tikanga are Māori customary practices or behaviours. Founded on Māori values and practices Te.
Returns should follow Tikanga best practices and protocols determined in consultation with Māori staff. Providing safe and quality rongoā care to tūroro is paramount to the wellbeing of our communities. However they can also be made available and delivered to consumers of health services regardless of ethnicity as they include best practice standards of care.
Tikanga refers to values and concepts in the context of Māori culture. Sharing of kai Whakawhanaungatanga. Health Service will contribute to progression of this imperative.
It promotes the growth and development of the Māori people in all spheres of livelihood so that Māori can anticipate a future of living in good health and in reasonable prosperity.