Keteparaha: A community framework to support Māori ageing and end of life

The aim of this research is to identify and develop a framework for a compassionate community toolkit to support a South Auckland Māori community with healthy ageing and end-of-life care.

What's involved?

Depending on your demographic, you may be invited to attend a 40 minute interview, a series of focus groups, and/or a digital story-telling workshop.

Eligibility criteria

We are looking for the following groups of people to take part in this survey:

  • Health service providers who work with Māori communities at end-of-life
  • Kaumātua (age 55+) and their whānau
  • Māori community service providers


For more information or to register your interest in participating, please read the appropriate participant information sheet and consent form below and contact:

Dr Melissa Carey
Principal researcher
Phone: 09 923 3003

Approved by the Auckland Health Research Committee, Reference Number AH1062