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Te ORA - Dr Maarire Goodall Award

The Dr Maarire Goodall Award is a prestigious annual award supporting and celebrating the contributions of Māori health professionals. Established in 1997 Dr Goodall sought to  celebrate the life-long careers of Māori medical professionals.

The scope of the award has now been extended to recognise mid-career changemakers, and includes an unconditional NZ$10,000 cash grant. Award recipients are Te ORA members and mid-career collaborators who exemplify manaaki and are positive role models for younger generations.

The award continues the legacy of Maarire Goodall and his contributions to Māori healthcare.

 
 

2017 Award Winner  - Dr Matire Harwood

Dr Matire Harwood (Ngāpuhi) received the 2017 award. She has worked in Hauora Māori, primary health and rehabilitation settings as both clinician and researcher. Her recent research addresses the inequities of health-related outcomes between indigenous and non-indigenous people.  Matire also supports new cohorts of Māori medical and health professionals at the Auckland University School of Medicine. 

 

Previous Recipients

Dr. Matire Harwood

Prof. John Broughton

Len Cook

Hon. Dame Tariana Turia

Dr. Joanne Baxter

Dr. Madeline Wall

Ms Taima Campbell

Mr Hayden Wano

Dr. Peter Jansen

Mrs Mata Forbes

Dr. Errol Raumati

Dr. David Tipene-Leach

Dr. Tom Ellison

Dr. Erihana Ryan

Dr. Mason Durie

Colin Mantell

Dr. Tony Ruakere

Dr Papaarangi Reid

Dr. Henry Rongomau Bennett

Dr. Paratene Ngata

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