Emma Espiner: Witnessing a heath system that fails Māori

She witnesses the real life results of the inequity....

The power sharing, trusting Māori, and the funding of Māori initiatives will need to occur to achieve better health outcomes for Māori, says trainee doctor Emma Espiner.

In her new podcast Getting Better: A Year in the Life of A Māori Medical Student, the trainee doctor and award-winning writer Emma Espiner (Ngāti Tukorehe, Ngāti Porou) explores the front lines of healthcare in New Zealand.

She witnesses the real life results of the inequity that sees Māori die younger, get chronic illnesses earlier and receive less care than non-Māori, but also the inspiring mahi being done to reform the system.

Link to article and podcast: https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/saturday/audio/2018756546/emma-espiner-witnessing-a-heath-system-that-fails-maori


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