Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takitini, takomano e!
My success is not the result of my own efforts alone, but due to the efforts of many. 

  

Congratulations to the winners of our 2019 Matāriki Values Awards

 

HaereMai | Regional Youth Forensic Service, Kari Centre, and Hāpai Ora – Mental Health Team of Culture Advisors.

Manaaki | Beth Poi – Senior Nurse, Acute Surgical Unit. 

Tūhono | Te Hononga o Tamaki me Hoturoa

Katie Quinney and Māori Nurses, Surgical Services Directorate.

Angamua | Te Puaruruhau and Auckland Regional Dental Services. 

 

Kupu arataki | Introduction

Applications for the 2019 Matāriki Values Awards are now closed.

The Matāriki Values Awards are one of the ways we recognise and celebrate the dedication of our people to improving Māori health outcomes.

The Awards are held during Matāriki the Māori New Year that begins with the rising of the Matāriki star cluster (the Pleiades or Seven Sisters).

Ngā Rōpū | The categories

There are four award categories, one for each of our values:

Welcome | Haere Mai

For teams or individuals who truly show the value of Haere Mai by putting people at ease, seeing the person as a whole person, enabling meaningful engagement and using language that people can understand with a view to achieving better Māori health outcomes. This could include whānau experience, eliminating inequities or developing the workforce.

Respect | Manaaki

For teams or individuals who truly show the value of Manaaki – by listening to different points of view, showing compassion, using language people can understand, show integrity and protect dignity and privacy with a view to achieving better Māori health outcomes. This could include whānau experience, eliminating inequities or developing the workforce.

Together | Tūhono

For teams or individuals who truly show the value of Together – by sharing learning, supporting each other, achieving as a team with colleagues, patients and whānau with a view to achieving better Māori health outcomes. This could include whānau experience, eliminating inequities or developing the workforce.

Aim High | Angamua

For teams or individuals who truly show the value of Angamua - by aspiring to excellence in their practice or service on a daily basis, and by providing safe and effective care with a view to achieving better Māori health outcomes. This could include whānau experience, eliminating inequities or developing the workforce.

Rārangi wa | Timeline

  • Applications open 6 May 2019
  • Applications close 3 June 2019
  • Finalists will be announced end of June 2019
  • The winners are revealed at the awards evening on 5 July 2019

Ngā pātaitai | Contact

For further information or advice about the Matāriki Values Awards please email MataarikiADHB@adhb.govt.nz