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Amaia
PhD. Ngāpuhi. Nurse. Health inequities researcher. Ko tauira au i te reo Māori. Ingoa Māori ko *Amaia Kiri* Love working for Auckland Uni - opinions are my own
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Joe Decie Feb 16
Here's a comic about everything I've learnt about women's fashion.
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Amaia 2h
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Amaia 4h
Wow, awesome news 👌🏽👏🏽👏🏽
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Amaia 4h
Replying to @SophieFern
Hope you’re ok Sophie. The other cheering thought for me is that when I get home my lovely hound will tremble with happiness and get as close as she can for the evening. Then she’ll forget I ever left! 🐕
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Amaia 5h
Replying to @SophieFern
I’ve been at hui over the last week about mental health & cancer. The compassion, care, hope, humility, & passion of all involved is hugely uplifting. It feels like good things are happening ❤️
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Amaia 9h
Replying to @ursulaedg
Exactly. And well done for understanding my incoherent reply!
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Dana Simpson ECCC #512 ✨🦄✨ Feb 16
Hearing Republicans say that, look, massacres of kids are very sad but we just can't limit people's basic freedoms... ...is weird if you're a trans person who's been listening to a years-long debate about whether you need to be banned from public bathrooms TO KEEP CHILDREN SAFE.
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abbey diaz 10h
Bridget Robson - health system constructed so breast, cervical cancer screening resources less accessible by Māori women. Need to fix this imbalance.
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Bridget Robson giving a powerful korero about cancer and racism 🙌🏾🙌🏾
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Richard Egan 11h
At Indigenous Cancer Conference Wellington; Maori woman who experienced cancer tells us / message to health care professionals: “find out about patients values and beliefs”; this fits under spiritual needs assessment – needs to happen as part of normal care
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Amaia 10h
Replying to @ursulaedg
Kao, not in the schedule. I hope it will come up in the spaces, so it can move into the korero
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Amaia 11h
Tautoko. Also reminded me of why I’m a qual narrative researcher
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Lisa Whop 12h
Prof shares her hopes for the symposium: 1. Share information 2. Collaborate & network 3. Keep cancer high on the health agenda 4. Indigenous voices a force to be reckoned with.
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Amaia 12h
A sobering start to the Indigenous Ppl & Cancer hui Good data is scarce, & indigenous leadership is urgently needed
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Cassie Roma 12h
MUST READ: "NZ leaders and businesses: Time's up" Thank you, , for another brilliantly written & timed piece. The Old Boys' Clubs of New Zealand & beyond need dismantling. And, soon.
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Amaia Feb 17
That was my thought too!
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Te Hiku Media Feb 17
Precisely why we’re training machines. We’ll make more ubiquitous! Help us friends and whānau to fight these racists comments by sharing your voice.
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Maura Chanz Feb 17
She’s the highlight of the whole movie to me.
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Brian Klaas Feb 16
The visual difference between Trump and Obama when talking about or visiting the aftermath of a school shooting is striking. Did anyone tell Trump it’s not a celebration?
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Marianne Elliott Feb 17
So both our PM and our Minister for Women are expecting babies. Thrilled for both of them. And happy for all of us. This can only mean good things for women and babies in this country and that makes me happy. Congratulations ❤️
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