Dr Bridgette Masters-Awatere
Community Psychology Graduate Programme Convenor, Lecturer
Qualifications: BSocSc, MSocSc, PGDipPsych(Comm), PhD
Personal Website: http://www.waikato.ac.nz/staff-profiles/people/bridge
Iwi: Te Rarawa, Ngai Te Rangi, Tuwharetoa ki Kawerau
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.
Masters-Awatere, B. (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., Cormack, D., & Brown, R. (2017). Indigenous Māori experiences when transferred for hospital care away from home. In NIRAKN Race, Whiteness and Indigeneity International Conference. Conference held at Crowne Plaza, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Australia.
Barber, C. C., & Masters-Awatere, B. (2017). Positively pregnant: Development and pilot testing of an app for stress management in pregnancy. In Australasian Marcé Society for Perinatal Mental Health 2017 Conference. Conference held at Brisbane, Australia.
Oetzel, J., Scott, N., Hudson, M., Masters-Awatere, B., Rarere, M., Foote, J., . . . Ehau, T. (2017). He Pikinga Waiora Implementation Framework: A tool for chronic disease intervention effectiveness in Māori and other indigenous communities. In APIC1: 1st Asia Pacific Conference on Integrated Care. Conference held at Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Evaluation of Māori service programmes that contribute to Māori health and development.
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