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Elder, H Te Waka Kuaka and Te Waka Oranga. Working with Whānau to Improve Outcomes 2017 16 pp details   pdf doi
Elder, H Indigenous Theory Building for Māori Children and Adolescents with Traumatic Brain injury and their Extended Family. 2013 14 pp 406 - 414 details   pdf
Elder, H. Making Time Deeper Connection, Fuller Stories, Best Practice 2016 details   pdf
Elder, H. Te Waka Oranga: An Indigenous Intervention for Working with Māori Children and Adolescents with Trauma Brain Injury 2013 details   pdf
Elder, H. Ko wai ahau?: (Who am I?) How cultural identity issues are experienced by Mäori psychiatrists and registrars working with children and adolescents 2008 Australas Psychiatry July 19 16 200-203 details   url
Elder, H.; Milne, M.; Witehira, H.; Mendes, P.; Heslin, A.; Cribb-Su'a, A.; Wilson, R.; Love, S.; Cargo, T.; Kalra, V. Whakaora nga moemoea o nga tÅ«puna – Living the dreams of the ancestors. Future planning in a Kaupapa Māori CAMHS team 2009 Australas Psychiatry 17 104-107 details   url
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