As a doctor,

being Māori is my superpower

Over the last 50 years, Māori and Pasifika students with their eyes on a career in medicine have had the chance of getting a hand from MAPAS at the University of Auckland’s School of Medicine.

MAPAS is the Māori and Pacific Admissions Scheme which was set up to help ensure that New Zealand’s doctors would, bit by bit, get to the point where they’re reflecting the ethnic mix of the country’s population.

Here, Chloe Fergusson-Tibble tells how MAPAS has helped her along the way.

Link to article: As a doctor, being Māori is my superpower - E-Tangata


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