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Elder, H. (2017). Te Waka Kuaka and Te Waka Oranga. Working with Whānau to Improve Outcomes.16 pp.
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Gifford, H., Cvitanovic, L., Boulton, A., Batten, L. (2017). Constructing prevention programmed with a Māori health service provider view.
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Kerekere, E. (2017). Part of the Whānau, The Emergence of Takatāpui Identity, He Whariki Takatāpui. (215 pp). Wellington: Victoria University.
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Kingi, T., Russell, L., Ashby, W., et al. (2017). Mā te mātau, ka ora: The use of traditional Indigenous knowledge to support contemporary rangatahi Māori who self-injure. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 46(3), 137–145.
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Lawson-Te Aho, K., Rose. (2017). The case of Re-framing Māori Suicide Prevention Research in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Applying Lessons from Indigenous Suicide Prevention Research. Journal of Indigenous Research, 6(2017), 18 pp.
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McClintock, K., McClintock, R. (2017). Hoea te waka: Indigenous suicide prevention outcomes framework and evaluation processes – Part 1. JIW, 2(2), 76 pp.
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McClintock, K., McClintock, R., Sewell, T., Sewell, J., Martin-Smith, V., Elkington, A., Morris, T., Korau, T., Brown, B., McRae, O. (2017). Eke panuku eke Tangaroa: Evaluation of Waka Hourua, Māori community suicide prevention projects – Part 2. JIW, 2(2), 32 pp.
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Moeke-Maxwell, T., Nikora, L.M. (2017). Wairua Manuake – Flight of the Wairua: Māori end of life preparation. (25 pp.).
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Waigth, S. (2017). Mā te Whānau, ka Ora ai te Tangata: Māori Experiences in Recovery from Addiction. Ph.D. thesis, , .
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