Mokopuna Ora Seminar in Wellington

He karanga tēnei ki ngā maunga whakahī o te rohe o Whanganui ā Tara hei whakaemiemi ai tātou e ngākaunui ana i tō tātou kaupapa, ko Mokopuna Ora.
Nau mai, piki mai, tauti mai!

Whakawhetū warmly invites you to attend a one-day Protecting Our Mokopuna seminar

The purpose of the seminar is to:
Increase the knowledge of Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI) across the health sector, agencies, community and whānau
Share ideas and strategies on how we can continue collectively to reduce the SUDI rates in Aotearoa
Network with others working to further reduce SUDI rates
Increase community awareness and engagement in SUDI prevention

The seminars will build on existing SUDI knowledge and expertise, and will provide a forum to share innovative ideas about supporting women to stop smoking in pregnancy, encourage breastfeeding and practice safe sleep.  This invitation is extended to whānau, community and the workforce who work in, have an interest in, and are passionate about child health and wellbeing as well as strengthening leadership in SUDI prevention.

Participants will hear from keynote speakers Dr David Tipene-Leach, Professor Ed Mitchell and Kerry Dougall (Kōkiri Marae) while workshop breakout streams offer a showcase of kaupapa that focus on Innovation, Social Determinants of Health and Communicating with Whānau.  The day will conclude with a question and answer session with panelists who are SUDI researchers, local community leaders and champions for health and achieving mokopuna ora.

The cost of the seminar is $25 for those who earn over $50k a year and will be free to whānau and community members.
Numbers are limited to 100 people – morning tea and lunch is provided.
Please register online by visiting the Whakawhetū website. http://www.whakawhetu.co.nz/sudi-seminars

Thursday 27th August 2015
9:15am to 4:00pm (please gather at the marae gate by 9.15am sharp for the pōwhiri).
Kōkiri Marae
7-9 Barnes Street
Seaview
Lower Hutt
Welington

For any enquiries please contact:

Jeanine Tamati-Paratene: [email protected]
Text/ phone 021 2800 898
Karen Potter: [email protected]
phone 09 9237601