Programme

Thursday 3 October 2019

Registration and Welcome Morning tea

Welcome by Mana Whenua

Welcome by MC: Miss Kihi Ririnui

Whānau oral health stories

Opening address - Hon Peeni Henare, Minister for Whānau Ora and Assoc Minister of Health [Māori]

Keynote: What can we do right now to improve equity?

Prof. Peter Crampton, Public Health Specialist, Academic leader, Health system review member

 

Morning tea

 

SESSION 1: ACHIEVING AN EQUITABLE ORAL HEALTH SYSTEM

- Whānau oral health stories

- Leading Equity Change

   John Whaanga, Deputy Director-General, Māori Health, Ministry of Health

- Embedding equity in oral health in DHBs

   Chris Ash, Oral Health Portfolio Managers DHB lead & Executive Director Primary Care, HBDHB

- Introduction of the Māori Oral Health Action Plan - Workshops

   Charrissa Keenan, Māori Oral Health National Coordination Service

- WORKSHOP: An equitable oral health system [breakout rooms]

 

Lunch Break

 

SESSION 2: RESPONSIVE ORAL HEALTH SERVICES/ GREATER SECTOR ACCOUNTABILITY

- Māori Models of oral health service delivery

   Dr Justin Wall, Chair, Māori Oral Health Quality Improvement Group         

- Oral health equity and racism

   Dr Heather Came, Auckland University of Technology

Room Change

- Tools and practice to improve equity

   Prof. Louise Signal, University of Otago, Wellington           

- Te Toi Ahorangi: A system-change approach to improving Māori health  

   Tricia Keelan, Bay of Plenty District Health Board          

- WORKSHOP: Responsive Oral Health Services

- WORKSHOP: Greater Sector Accountability

 

Afternoon tea

 

Whānau oral health stories

TEDx Emory talk "Telling Stories: Allegories on 'Race' and 'Racism'

Dr Camara Jones Allegories on 'Race' and 'Racism'

Panel Discussion with Dr Camara Jones, Dr Justin Wall, Chris Ash, Prof Peter Crampton, Dr Louise Signal

 

Closing remarks by MC

Karakia Whakamutunga

 

Whakawhānaungatanga / Delegate networking  

 

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Friday 4 October 2019

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Site visit to Ora Toa - An Integrated Oral and Primary Care Provider*

Welcome and Morning tea

Site visit group returns

SESSION 3: SYSTEM, SERVICES AND WORKFORCE - CREATING EQUITY CHANGE

- MC Welcome

- Whānau oral health stories

- Keynote: Moana Jackson - What really needs to change?

 

SYSTEM, SERVICES and WORKFORCE

- Advancing Māori Health

   Stephanie Turner, Health Quality and Safety Commission

NZ Dental Professional Organisations: Prioritising equity in the oral health workforce

- NZ Dental and Oral Health Therapists Association - Arish Naresh

- NZ Dental Hygienists Association - Anna Holyoake

- NZ Dental Association - David Crum

- Te Ao Mārama: the NZ Māori Dental Association - Leeann Waaka

- Māori Oral Health Quality Improvement Group - Dr Justin Wall

- Panel Discussion - Professional Organisations

 

Lunch - Meet with Māori oral health providers for Q&A

 

SESSION 4: PARTICIPATION

- An integrated workforce - Oral and primary care practitioners working together - Te Iriniga Davies, Ora Toa Primary

   Care provider

- Dental care for low income adults - Dr David Crum, New Zealand Dental Association

Room Change

- Building responsive oral health workforce - Dr Susan Moffat (Dental Faculty, University of Otago) & Daniel Fernandez

   (Head of Department, AUT)

- A whānau approach to oral health and Rheumatic Fever - Katie Ayers 

- WORKSHOP - Workforce Development

- WORKSHOP - Greater sector and whānau participation

 

Afternoon tea

Tō Waha: A Collaborative and community-based approach to whānau centred oral health care - Charrissa Keenan, Hawkes Bay District Health Board

 

Māori Oral Health Equity Action Plan - Summary and Report to Ministry of Health

MC wrap-up

Mana whenua / Whakakapi te hui

 

* Ora Toa is a Primary Health Organisation with an enrolled population of over 12,000 people.  In 2008, Ora Toa established an integrated oral health service within their Cannons Creek Primary Care practice.  Delegates will have an opportunity to walk through the service and see firsthand what oral health looks like in the primary care setting.