Covid-19 Update

Covid-19 Update: We're open for a range of services during the Level 4 lockdown. Use the Ask for an Appointment to get a phone appointment with us during this time. Please note that we will not be offering phone appointments over the Easter Weekend (10-13 April). 

We will be able to help with: emergency contraception prescriptions, contraceptive pill repeats (and some contraceptive pill starts) and abortion information.

If you are due for your depo provera jab or for your implant to be changed, we will give you a prescription for the pill until we're able to do face-to-face appointments again. 

If you have an appointment booked with us in the next month, we will be in touch with you to reschedule.

Due to infection control requirements we are unable to provide any face-to-face consultations in our clinics during the lockdown.

Schools, principals and teachers: Our Navigating the Journey sexuality education resources are available for just $25 (that's half-price) until the end of April. Our resource shop is closed for the duration of the lockdown but these e-resources are available for purchase. 


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Call for summer studentships

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

National News

Calling all Māori students in Aotearoa New Zealand who are interested in building their research skills in Māori sexual and reproductive health or Māori health and wellbeing. Te Whāriki Takapou invites you to consider applying for a Health Research Council-funded Māori Health Research Summer Studentship, worth $5000. The Summer Studentships are primarily aimed at undergraduate students studying health-related courses who have had little research exposure and want to undertake a Māori health research project over the summer break.

In the 2019 round, Te Whāriki Takapou assisted two young Māori women currently studying at Waikato University, Rebekah Lawrence and Te Aomarama Anderson, to embark on their Summer Studentship research. As the host organisation, Te Whāriki Takapou provided research supervision and training that enabled both young women to complete research reports that address significant health issues: Māori women and abortion (Rebekah), and rights-based approaches to achieving better Māori sexual and reproductive health (Te Aomarama).
Read more about Rebekah’s and Te Aomarama’s research topics.

Applications for the 2020 round of Summer Studentships is now open and will close on 5 July 2019. If you, or any student you know, are interested in this opportunity and would like more information, or to discuss potential topics and the application process for this award, contact Dr Jillian Tipene at Te Whāriki

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