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A few minutes of your time which will benefit generations to come

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Bernadette Jones

Ngā Wairiki, Ngāti Apa

Department of Medicine
University of Otago

Kia ora

Our Māori-led research team has a track record of dedication and commitment to reducing health inequalities for Māori and is committed to ensuring the results of this research survey contribute to better outcomes for Māori.

Bernadette is a Māori health researcher, with a community nursing background, a master’s degree in public health, and lived experience of disability. She has established trusted relationships working with local Māori health providers, and communities and is committed to supporting the expansion of Kaupapa Māori and achieving equitable health and disability outcomes for Māori.

Meet the team

Mō te aha

What is the survey about?

We ask about a wide range of topics including how your life and health are going, and a few questions about you to make sure we have surveyed a wide range of Māori.

He aha mātou e pātai

Why are we asking you?

It is important that the results represent the opinions of as many Māori as possible. We selected participants from the New Zealand Electoral Rolls held by the independent New Zealand Electoral Commission. We did this so that we could reach people from a wide range of backgrounds and be confident that our results would be representative of Māori adults.

He aha tāu

What do you get for responding?

If you complete the questionnaire, you will automatically go into the draw to win one of twenty $100 Prezzy vouchers.

Mate atu he tetekura, ara mai rā he tetekura
When one plant frond dies, another rises to take its place

Ka pēhea tā mātou
How can we help?

Tēnā koa, let us know if you have any questions by emailing or calling 0800 449 121.

If you are unable to complete this survey online we can discuss alternative ways that would suit you (e.g sending you a paper copy or completing the survey over the phone with a researcher).

If you would like to complete the survey in Te Reo Māori, there is a Te Reo Māori version of the survey online for you to fill in instead.

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