Māori health research summer studentship (2018 funding round)

Mr Jordan Tewhaiti-Smith
University of Otago, Wellington
Maximising Māori participation for measuring unmet need in secondary healthcare
10 weeks

Lay summary

This research aims to investigate how to maximise Māori participation in a national health survey regarding unmet need for secondary healthcare. Our methods will consist of a literature review, three diverse focus groups (consisting of 6 to 8 participants) to examine participation, and five cognitive interviews looking specifically at the questionnaire. Guidelines will then be created in order to inform the design of the national survey.

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