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Appendix 1: Workforce tables



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Appendix 1: Workforce tables


Table A1: Distribution of Pacific in the medical workforce,+ 2012

Position

Number

Percentage

Medical Workforce

215

1.8

+ Medical Council of New Zealand (2012).
Table A2: Gender breakdown of Pacific medical workforce

Country

Gender

Ethnicity

Female

Male

Total

New Zealand Māori

165

186

351

Pacific

89

126

215

Chinese

244

397

641

Indian

242

451

693

Other

634

922

1556

Other European

979

1051

2030

New Zealand European

2538

3794

6332

No answer

84

115

199

Total

4975

7042

12,017


Table A3: Distribution of Pacific in the medical workforce, 2012

Distribution of Pacific Medical Practitioners by Main Employment Capacity (2012 Survey)

Number

Percentage

General practitioners

56

26.0

Registrar

48

22.3

Specialist

48

22.3

House officer

40

18.6

Medical officer specialist scale

9

4.2

Primary care

2

0.9

Other

5

2.3

Not answered

7

3.3

Total

215

100.0

Table A4 reflects the distribution of Pacific within the medical workforce, of which Pacific make up 1.8 percent.


Table A4: Distribution of Pacific workforce in health and disability sector

Position

Number

Percentage

Year

Registered nurses*

1622

3

2013

Enrolled nurses

106

3

2013

Nurse practitioners

2

1.8

2013

Midwives#

69

2.4

2012

Dentists^

19

1

2009

Pharmacists**

22

0.7

2013

* Nursing Council of New Zealand (2013).

# Midwifery Council of New Zealand (2012) – this total consists of Pacific midwives who identified Pacific as their first, second or third ethnicity.

^ Dental Council of New Zealand (2009) – this total consists of Pacific dentists who identified one of the following ethnic specific groups – Samoan, Tongan, Niuean, Tokelauan, Fijian, other Pacific peoples – as their first or second ethnicity.

** Pharmacy Council of New Zealand (2013).




Appendix 2: Refreshing ’Ala Mo’ui


The refresh of ’Ala Mo’ui has been informed by focused consultation with clinical and community health leaders, and Ministry of Health officials, drawing on relevant national and international literature and using the latest available evidence on Pacific health.
The papers provide detailed analysis of the health status of Pacific peoples, and collectively highlight priority areas for action. The papers are available at www.health.govt.nz/Pacific
The Ministry of Health would like to acknowledge the authors Thirza Moors and Catherine Poutasi and the assistance of the following people who contributed to the ‘update’ of ’Ala Mo’ui.

Sector Expert Leaders Group 1, 21 February 2014


Jenny Salesa, Tertiary Education Commission

Dr Monique Faleafa, Le Va

Dr Margaret Southwick, Whitireira

Dr Fa’afetai Spopaga, University of Otago

Margareth Attwood, Health Workforce New Zealand

Tiana Collins, National Heart Foundation

Penina Samusamuvodre, Fijian community representative

Walter Fraser, The University of Auckland



Pacific Senior Officials Group, 28 February 2014


Matalena Leaupepe, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

Debra Tuifao, Ministry of Education

Roy Lagolago, New Zealand Customs

Lisale Falema’a, Tertiary Education Commission

Isabel Evans, Ministry of Social Development

Lesa Kalapu, Department of Internal Affairs

Shelly Rao, Education Review Office

Peter Stokes, New Zealand Police

Violet Stevenson, Education Review Office

Jenny Salesa, Tertiary Education Commission

Fa’amatuainu Aaron Nonoa, New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA)

Karan Bostock, Te Puni Kōkiri

Erik Koed, State Services Commission

Mathew Sootaga, Ministry of Health

Su’a Kevin Thompson, Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs

Mathew Parr, Ministry of Health



The Wellington DHBs Pacific Advisory Groups (subregional group), 4 April 2014


Fa’amatuainu Tino Pereira, Niu Vision

Debra Tuifao, Ministry of Education

Utulei Antipas, Taeaomanino Trust

Api Poutasi, Health Promotion Agency

Tua Sua, Kowhai Health Trust

Tavita Filemoni, Pacific Health Services Wellington

Dr Sunia Foliaki, Massey University

Taima Fagaloa, Capital & Coast DHB

Tofa Suafole Gush, Hutt Valley DHB

Debbie Chin, Capital & Coast DHB

Dr Ashley Bloomfield, Capital & Coast, Hutt Valley and Wairarapa DHBs

Graham Dyer, Hutt Valley DHB

Ken Laban, Greater Wellington Regional Council

Sector Expert Leaders Group 2, 13 May 2014


Anne Allan-Moetaua, Wellington Health & Wellbeing Collective

Fuimaono Karl Pulotu-Endemann, Health Consultant

Kim Wright, Health Economist

Dr Sainaimere Boladuadua, Public Health Register

Dr Kim Mai’ai, Pacific Trust Otago

Robert Muller, The Village Project

Siaosi Anamani, Porirua Council

Bella Bartley, Capital & Coast DHB

John Natua, Integrity Professionals

Sector Expert Leaders Group 3, 15 May 2014


Leani Sandord, Auckland and Waitemata DHBs

Dr Teuila Percival, Counties Manukau DHB

Fa’amatuainu Tino Pereira, Pacific Advisory Group; Director – Niu Vision

Dr Monique Faleafa, Le Va

Pulotu Bruce Levi, Waitemata and Auckland DHBs

Dr Ofa Dewes, Pacific Health – The University of Auckland

Innes Logan, Oceania Media

Louisa Ryan, Pacific Heart Beat

Lita Foliaki, Auckland and Waitemata DHBs

Collective Leads and Pacific General Managers Fono, 12 May 2014


The collective leads (chief executive officers and board chairs) of the four Pacific health provider collectives from across New Zealand were consulted on the refresh at the Pacific Health fono hosted by the Ministry of Health on 12 May 2014. The four Pacific health provider collectives that are supported by the Ministry are the Ministry’s direct link to Pacific communities and their health care needs.
The providers hold fono to gain community input and subsequently feed back community views and needs to the Ministry. Below is a list of all the Pacific collectives the Ministry has engaged.

Auckland – Alliance Health Plus Collective

Midlands – Aere Tai: Midlands Pacific Collective

Wellington – Pacific Health & Wellbeing Collective

South Island – South Island Pacific Provider Collective.

Pacific DHB General Managers


Elizabeth Powell, Pacific Director, Counties Manukau DHB

Taima Fagaloa, Director, Capital & Coast DHB

Tofa Suafole Gush, Director, Hutt Valley DHB

Hector Matthews, General Manager, Canterbury DHB

Talalelei Taufale, Pacific Advisor, Hawke’s Bay DHB

Lita Foliaki, Planning and Funding Manager, Auckland and Waitemata DHBs



Others present at 12 May Fono


Rachel Enosa Saseve, Service Development and Integration Manager – Alliance Health Plus

Alan Wilson, Chief Executive, Alliance Health Plus

Dr Kiki Moate, Chair, Pasifika Futures

Utulei Antipas, Pacific Health and Wellbeing Collective

Debbie Sorenson, Chief Executive Officer, Pasifika Futures

Tony Fakahau General Manager – Pacific Trust Canterbury

Mosese Fifita, Chair, South Island Pacific Collective

Dr Margaret Southwick, Chair, Pacific Health and Wellbeing Collective

Peta Karalus, Chief Executive Officer, K’aute Pasifika Trust

Akarere Henry, General Manager, South Waikato Pacific Island Community

Kabwea Tiban, Programme Manager, Midlands Collectives

Engagement with South Island Collective, 16 May 2014


Dr George Ngaei, Chair, Pacific Island Advisory Cultural Trust (Invercargill)

Dr Kim Ma’ia’i, Chair, Pacific Trust Otago

Brenda Lowe-Johnson, Vaka Tautua, Christchurch

Malo Ioane, Manager, Tangata Atumotu Trust, Christchurch

Ofa Boyle, Manager, Fale Pasifika o Aoraki, Timaru/South Canterbury

Sonny Alesana, Nelson, Nelson/Tasman Community Trust

Tony Fakahau, General Manager, Pacific Trust Canterbury

Mosese Fifita, Chair, South Island Pacific Provider Collective


The Ministry of Health would also like to acknowledge the following people who contributed to the original development of ’Ala Mo’ui.
The Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs: Dr Colin Tukuitonga, Dr Debbie McLeod, Diane Anorpong, Jon Siakimotu.
Clinical experts group: Kim Buchanan, Hilda Fa’asalele, Dr Monique Faleafa, Dr Siro Fuatai, Papali’i Dr Kim Maia’i, Mr Kiki Maoate, Tina McNicholas, Dr Teuila Percival, Fa’amatuainu Tino Pereira, Fuimaono Karl Pulotu-Endemann, Dr Debbie Ryan, Debbie Sorenson and Seiuli Dr Juliet Walker.
Additionally, the clinical and community leaders, and government agencies for their assistance: Lita Foliaki (Waitemata DHB), Manu Sione, Anae Arthur Anae (Counties Manukau DHB), Aseta Redican (Auckland DHB), Siloma Masina (Hutt Valley DHB), Lee Pearce and Taima Fagaloa (Capital and Coast DHB), Hector Matthews (Canterbury DHB), Helen Talamaivao (MidCentral DHB), Helen Wihongi (Northland DHB), Karina Elkington, Leaupepe Peta Karalus (Waikato DHB), Dr PJ Faumui (Whanganui DHB), Christine Briasco and Marion Quinn (NZAID), Gerard Vaughan and Bella Bartley (Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand), Erik Erika (Health Sponsorship Council), Michael Thorn (Medical Council of New Zealand), Jay Farris (Housing New Zealand Corporation), ‘Eseta Finau (Tongan Nurses Association), Anna Bailey, Christina Tapu and Mary Watts (Samoan Nurses Association of New Zealand), Malia Hamani (TOA Pasifika Inc), Dr Siale ‘Alo Foliaki and Philip Beilby (Vaka Tautua), Roine Lealaiauloto (Penina Health Trust), Carmel Peteru.


1 ’Ala Mo’ui is a combination of a number of Pacific languages meaning ‘pathways to the essence of life force’. It represents the holistic view of health and wellbeing, encompassing the physical, mental, cultural and spiritual dimensions that are important to Pacific people: Tongan (’Ala Mo’ui), Niuean (Ala Moui), Samoan (Ala), Cook Island Maori (Ara), Tokelauan (Ala), Tuvaluan (Ala).

2 Āiga, kāiga, magafaoa, kōpū tangata, vuvale and fāmili mean ‘family’ in Samoan, Tokelauan and Tuvaluan, Niuean, Cook Island Maori, Fijian and Tongan respectively.

3 DMFT – Diseased Missing or Filled Teeth because of decay.




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