Te Iti me te Rahi, Everyone Counts Survey and Report

by Te Rau Matatini


In 2018 the Government signalled an increased priority for primary care, mental health, public delivery of health services, and a strong focus on improving equity in health outcomes(Minister of Health, 2018). This is expected to be achieved by the delivery of affordable, accessible quality care. Also indicated is an essential health workforce commitment and application. The Government specified a greater utilisation of different workforces in primary care settings and an increased emphasis on the use of generalist workforces for less specialised tasks. An expectation is that Health care professionals from allied health, nursing, medicine and related fields will need to work together and operate at the top of their scope of practice. Te Rau Matatini, the National Centre for Māori health workforce development and excellence is dedicated to continuing to work with the Māori health workforce to ensure that this occurs.

Publication Information

ISBN 978-1-98-850179-6 Electronic
CITATIONMcClintock, K., Stephens, S., Baker, M., Huriwai, T. (2019). Te Iti me te Rahi, Everyone
Counts, Māori Health Workforce Report, 2018. Wellington. Te Rau Matatini