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Dr Jacquie Kidd
Ngapuhi. Nurse. Mad positive. Research = co-design for improving health inequities for Maori, & mad studies. Work at Auckland Uni but opinions are my own
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Dr Jacquie Kidd Nov 17
Super excited - I've enrolled in te reo level 5, total immersion.
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Dr Jacquie Kidd Nov 16
We need a similar process for the mental health review. Survivors should shape it
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Ian Cormack Nov 15
I vs ki. Neuter verbs of completion can have a comment introduced by 'te' that says how the action was completed, etc. Kua oti i a ia tōna whare te peita. He's finished painting his house. Kua pau katoa ngā tuatua i a ia te kai. She's eaten all the tuatua.
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Dr Jacquie Kidd Nov 15
Replying to @SparkNZ
Sorry actually doesn't cut it, it wasn't a 'misunderstanding'. It's been 6 hours of intermittent contact, misinformation, and wasted data that I should have been more careful with. I used it to work with your team to try and sort a non-existent issue. I'm tired of 'sorry'
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Dr Jacquie Kidd Nov 15
Replying to @SparkNZ
Only it's not an extra at all - it's $10 so you're 'allowed' to use $10Gb of your already capped data using a hotspot. But they don't bloody tell you that. Nor do they tell their helpdesk staff!! The standard of service today has been so appalling I can hardly believe it.
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Dr Jacquie Kidd Nov 15
So it turns out that when you go on an 'unlimited' data plan with it's not unlimited at all & can't be used for to tether your laptop, so they sell you an 'extra'.
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Dr Jacquie Kidd Nov 15
I've had at least 6 contacts w your team today, wasted hours of my time & heaps of data trying to sort an issue with hotspot data. It's unresolvable, apparently. Now I'm going to hit the throttle threshold. No remedy possible, I'm told. I'M FED UP!!
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Dr Jacquie Kidd Nov 14
Replying to @ginnybraun @Knhannah
I also struggled with the NRO - by far my most quoted and far reaching paper isn't one I was lead on, so I've been told to take it out!
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Dr Jacquie Kidd Nov 14
Yep, that's as good a definition of hell as I've ever seen!
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Dr Jacquie Kidd Nov 14
Replying to @ginnybraun @Knhannah
I spent hours and hours updating my RCs in research outputs, only to find that that part of the programme isn't included in the export. I wonder what the punishment is for throwing and stomping on Uni laptops?
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Whānau Waipareira Nov 14
Whānau /Family Analysis! Director Data Performance shares the outcomes achieved for our 264 whānau on at our CEO Breakfast
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Alec Tang 鄧振揚 Nov 14
the (r)evolution of transport? ka mua, ka muri walk backwards into the future
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Dr Jacquie Kidd Nov 14
Replying to @kiwitoa
Kia ora matua. Is the ahua of 'e koa ana tōna ngākau' like happy heart, the inner feeling of being happy? It seems a lot more expressive than 'e koa ana ia'.
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Dr Jacquie Kidd Nov 13
Replying to @jinnee79
I'm in my second week away from home - kinda missing the Mr, but craving my cat and dogs! Screwed up priorities? I don't think so!!
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Maori Culture Nov 13
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marx & recreation Dec 2
"capitalism created phones" no, people created phones. Capitalism created phones that are designed to break after a year so you keep buying.
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Dr Jacquie Kidd Nov 13
Oh, you mean all those 'behavioural' things that kids get called out for? (*sarcasm)
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Dr Jacquie Kidd Nov 13
That's huge. And seriously concerning. Awesome mahi here
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Terryann Clark Nov 13
Our new paper looking at food security concerns for NZ youth
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