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Application of Hui Process/Meihana Model to Clinical Practice 2019

Thursday, February 07, 2019   Posted in: Training By: Administrator With tags: Professional Development, health, maori, Training, Courses

The purpose of this course is to support health practitioners to be informed and confident in developing Hauora Mäori competencies. The course specifically delivers this by teaching the Hui Process and Meihana Model. The course is tailored to assist learners to apply these models within their clinical practice alongside Mäori patients and/or whānau. These models promote positive engagement, appropriate care/treatment and health advocacy that supports Mäori health equity.

This course from MIHI and the University of Otago combines online learning modules and a full day face-to-face training. It is expected that the course will take learners 22 to 28 hours in total to complete.

Find out more about Application of Hui Process/Meihana Model to Clinical Practice 2019, including how to register.

Modules 1 to 4 - begins from 4th March 2019

These online modules support learners to explore the context of Hauora Mäori in 2019:

  • Review of the context for Mäori health including the Treaty of Waitangi and health, the inpact of colonisation, systemic and clinical bias.
  • Orientation to the Hui Process/Meihana Model within clinical practice.
  • The function of Whakatere within the Meihana Model.

Each module takes approximately 2 hours to complete, and has written material, a video, and quizzes attached.
These modules must be completed 2 weeks prior to the the face-to-face training, and to receive the course certificate.

Modules 5 to 8 - on Monday 20th May 2019

This one day face-to-face training seminar in Christchurch includes:

  • Team based learning activities to further orientate learners to the Hui Process and Meihana Model.
  • The role of te reo Mäori in health settings.
  • Simulated patient sessions to practice application of the Hui Process and Meihana Model to clinical practice.
  • Case scenarios tailored to health professional disciplines.

This face-to-face session will be approximately 8 hours (8.30am to 5pm). Attendance and engagement in all sessions is required to receive the course certificate.

Learners will be awarded the certification in MIHI 501: Introduction of the Hui Process/Meihana Model by completing Modules 1 to 4, and attendance and engagement within Modules 5 to 8.

Modules 9 and 10 - must be completed by Friday 12th July 2019

These online modules provide an opportunity for learners to demonstrate their understanding of the Hui Process and Meihana Model in clinical practice.

Module 9 is to complete a case assignment, which involves a virtual patient case and allows the learner to demonstrate how they apply the HuiProcess/Meihana Model (2 hours).

The learner will be directly awarded MIHI 502: Application of the Hui Process/Meihana Model to Clinical Practice Certificate - once this case assignment meets the pass criteria (instead of the 501 certification).

The learner can choose to continue their learning past Module 9, by complete one further written case assignment (Module 10). This involves the interview of a Mäori patient whom they are working alongside, and then completing the assignment as dictated by the template (6 hours).

The learner will be directly awarded MIHI 502: Application of the Hui Process/Meihana Model to Clinical Practice Certificate with DISTINCTION - once this written case mets the pass critieria (instead of 501 certification).

Healthy Christchurch Champions

  • Canterbury District Health Board
  • Christchurch City Council
  • Environment Canterbury
  • Ministry of Health
  • Ngai Tahu
  • NZ Police
  • Pegasus Health
  • University of Otago, Christchurch