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    • Enacting kaitiakitanga: challenges and complexities in the governance and ownership of rongoa research information 

      Boulton, A.; Hudson, M.; Ahuriri-Driscoll, A.; Stewart, A. (University of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2014)
      This article explores the tensions one research team has faced in securing appropriate governance or stewardship (which we refer to as kaitiakitanga) of research data. Whilst ethical and regulatory frameworks exist which ...
    • The future of rongoa Maori: wellbeing and sustainability. 

      Ahuriri-Driscoll, A.; Baker, V.; Hepi, M.; Hudson, M.; Mika, C.; Tiakiwai, S (University of Canterbury. Health Sciences Centre, 2008)
      Rongoa Maori is a holistic system of healing that has developed out of Maori cultural traditions. It has a long history of usage and credibility among Maori, and increased interest in its revival and sustainability has ...
    • The future of rongoa Maori: wellbeing and sustainability. A summary 

      Ahuriri-Driscoll, A.; Baker, V.; Hepi, M.; Hudson, M.; Mika, C.; Tiakiwai, S (University of Canterbury. Health Sciences Centre, 2008)
      Aound 80% of the developing world’s rural population depends on traditional medicines for its primary healthcare needs (World Health Organization (WHO) 2003). Since the late 1970s, the WHO has promoted traditional medicines ...
    • Genetic research, population health and Maori 

      Ahuriri-Driscoll, A.; Hudson, M.; Macartney-Coxson, D. (Health Research CouncilUniversity of Canterbury. Health Sciences Centre, 2009)
      Early genetic research focused on identifying single genes responsible for specific familial disorders. However, radical technological advancements such as high throughput testing and genome-wide scanning techniques ...
    • Nga Tohu o te Ora: traditional Maori healing and wellness outcomes 

      Ahuriri-Driscoll, A.; Hudson, M.; Bishara, I.; Milne, M.; Stewart, M. (University of Canterbury. Health Sciences Centre, 2012)
    • Service in practice, practice in service, negotiating a path to the future 

      Ahuriri-Driscoll, A.; Hudson, M.; Baker, V.; Hepi, M.; Mika, C.; Tiakiwai, S.J. (University of Canterbury. Health Sciences Centre, 2008)
      The sustainability of cultural knowledge and practices, and environments to support these are subject to the pressures of a globalising western society. Traditional Maori healers find themselves at the centre of such impacts ...