AWHI

AcronymDefinition
AWHIAgricultural Worker Health Initiative (California)
AWHIAggregate Weekly Hours Index (economic research)
AWHIArch Wireless Holdings, Inc. (various locations)
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Krizia Ledesma-Libre, RN, BN, MN, works in Puna Awhi Rua, a sub-acute mental health forensic inpatient ward at Waikato District Health Board.
I got so much awhi from everyone --my family, MIT, Maori organisations--it was overwhelming." At her graduation, she wore a korowai she had made herself, incorporating her whakapapa.
We need to look at professional development, we need to awhi and mentor our nurses.
awhi, ki te whakaahuo ia tatou te hunga ora, kia kore ai e whiwhiwhi o
An area that has its difficulties can be managed with support and awhi. For the successful development of a kaupapa Maori philosophy within mainstream hearth services, three areas need to be considered: Can services be integrated?
Having only one Maori representative--the Te Runanga chair--was a lonely position, she said, as there was no one to support and awhi the chair when s/he offered a Maori perspective on issues being discussed.
With Te Runanga and NZNO's support, I want to awhi and tautoko our Maori students to help them become the best RNs they can be.
To our nursing whanau and, most importantly at this time, to our students, Te Runanga o Aotearoa, NZNO, has committed itself to address disparities and will do its best to manaaki and awhi you as you embark on the journey into nursing.
The providers have a real sense of ownership and the flow on will be buy-in, awhi and support.
So too, has the use of words and phrases that specifically relate to health and wellness: words like awhi, manaaki and tautoko that have a deeper meaning for Maori working towards their individual well-being.