A Case Study of Indigenous Public Health Provider Development: Budget Holding Public Health Services
New strategies were developed to match public health needs with new providers in order to improve participation of indigenous public health service providers.
||Indigenous health, Evaluation, Empowerment, Organisational learning
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 10, pp.21-30.
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John Waldon is employed as a Research Officer and a Doctoral Scholar in Te Pumanawa Hauora, Centre for Maori Health Research and Development in the School of Maori Studies at Massey University, Palmerston North. In 2000, John was awarded an honorary fellowship with the TVW Institute for Child Health Research at the University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia. John is a part-time as a PhD student in Maori Studies, and is planning to submit his thesis for examination in 2005. In 2002, John undertook a two-month short-term consultancy to improve the control of hepatitis B in the Western Pacific region with the World Health organisation in Manila, Philippines. Last year, John was awarded a second HRC PhD Fellowship to complete his PhD, and a research grant to investigate the efficacy of the neonatal hepatitis B vaccination of children born to hepatitis B carrier mothers.
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