Experiences

Bicultural supervision partnership - Dr Helen Taiaroa (Te Wānanga o Raukawa)

The presentation considers the seminal question, "what does it mean for a Māori nurse doctoral student and a non-Māori nurse academic to work in a bi-cultural supervision partnership". The presentation will be of interest to all Māori doctoral students and especially those that who receive supervision from non-Māori supervisors.

What it means to be a participant in Te Kāurutanga - Ani Mikaere (Te Wānanga o Raukawa)

This presentation explains why the inaugural candidate for Te Kāurutanga has chosen to enrol in this tohu.

Confirmation report and presentation - James Hudson

Worried about preparing for you doctoral confirmation event? Or concerned about what to expect? Below is a recording of James Hudson’s confirmation presentation.

Confirmation process and information

Confirmation Report Examplar

Maori Theses (269 KB)

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