Dr Bridgette Masters-Awatere
Community Psychology Graduate Programme Convenor, Lecturer
Qualifications: BSocSc, MSocSc, PGDipPsych(Comm), PhD
Iwi: Te Rarawa, Ngai Te Rangi, Tuwharetoa ki KawerauSchool of Psychology Email Bridgette Masters-Awatere (firstname.lastname@example.org)
My research speciality for the past 10+ years has been in the area of indigenous evaluation research. I have lead, been a team member, and/or supervised evaluations in the general area of indigenous social well-being. Project areas include: family violence; intimate partner relationships; women’s and children’s health; tobacco, alcohol, drug, use and reduction; positive learning environments (primary, secondary and tertiary institutions); cultural competency and evaluation training. Within the range of projects I have been involved in I have worked with different types of agencies from: Private, Public and not-for-Profit sectors.
Evaluation of Māori service programmes that contribute to Māori health and development.
Masters-Awatere, B., & Nikora, L. W. (2017). Indigenous programmes and evaluation: An excluded worldview. Evaluation Matters - He Take Tō Te Aromatawai: Online First, (-online), 1-27. doi:10.18296/em.0020
Masters-Awatere, B., Cormack, D., & Brown, R. (2017). Indigenous Māori experiences when transferred for hospital care away from home. In Race, whiteness and indigeneity. Crowne Plaza, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Australia.
Masters-Awatere, B. A. A. (2017). Hospital transfers: Whānau involvement in the healing equation. In Nga Pae o te Maramatanga: Researcher Wananga. Waipapa Marae, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.
Masters-Awatere, B. (2017). A game of slides and ladders: Māori health providers and funders. In S. Groot, C. van Ommen, B. Masters-Awatere, & N. Tassell-Matamua (Eds.), Precarity: Uncertain, Insecure and Unequal Lives in Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 146-160). Massey University Press.
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