The expert advisory group’s role is to provide independent expert advice to the Māori experiences of rehabilitation from major trauma project within the Commission’s trauma programme. The group supports the project team to scope and implement the programme’s findings to improve Māori trauma rehabilitation experiences and outcomes.
The expert advisory group (EAG) meets approximately 4–5 times a year, by Zoom or in person.
Download the terms of reference (376KB, pdf)
|9 April 2021||Minutes (156KB, pdf)|
|2 November 2020||Minutes (679KB, pdf)|
|16 November 2020||Minutes (667KB, pdf)|
|16 December 2020||Minutes (684KB, pdf)|
The meetings are supported by the Commission's trauma programme team.
|Sharon Pihema (chair)||Project lead||Health Quality & Safety Commission|
|Arawhetu Gray||General manager Māori||Capital & Coast DHB|
|Gilbert Taurua||Chief Māori strategy and improvement officer||Southern DHB and WellSouth Primary Health Network|
|Lee Taniwha||Consumer representative|
|Te Raina Gunn||Senior advisor measurement and evaluation, Māori health outcomes||Health Quality & Safety Commission|
|Deon York||Programme manager, Partners in Care||Health Quality & Safety Commission|