MAORI MEDICAL STUDENTS INTAKE LEVELS NEED RAMPING UP & WORLD NEWS FROM NEW ZEALAND – 14th OCTOBER 2012
New Zealand’s Next Wave of Best Medical Doctors need some sponsorship.
A new report says that Maori and Pasifika student intake levels are too low and are not on a par with societal population trends. The result means we aren’t seeing enough Maori and Pasifika doctors starting studies to keep up with the demand.
[important link: world view news here]
Here’s some thinking to help ascertain as to why that is so:
This means that MPI students are now the ideal students that all institutions training the next wave of doctors need to have in their learning environments in an effort to bridge the gap. The gap must be bridged. It is not an option not to change this statistic.
So how did this happen? I will look at Maori students in order to answer the question. I will refer to them as The Ideal Students as I do.
1. Are the ideal students families above or below the equality line of NZ’s average earning wage? If they are, that needs to change. History shows the best doctors in any country are generally from families who earn quie well. We need more families of the ideal students in that middle and upper earning bracket now.
2. Are the ideal students recieving the rewards of being legally recognized as The Crown (the NZ government’s) only legally recognized co-building partners of New Zealand (as signified by the founding legal agreement between the ideal students peoples in being co-architects of NZ society?). If so excellent. If not, than evidence needs to be show more of their special relationship as equals with The Crown. The ideal students are not on their way to extinction. That needs to be made really clear. Culture needs to change to recognize that.
3. Are the ideal students recieving the right media messages as they grow up to achieve the status of becoming the best doctors they can be? I have witnessed a barrage of hate comments aimed at the ideal students culture or issues that affect the culture of the ideal students.
I have also seen the culture of the ideal students played off against other people groups in political and media games all too often.
There is not a clear recognition being taught that the ideal students and the culture are a big deal in and to New Zealand and always have and always will be.
That intentional erosion has cost the country’s future earnings as a brand billions in stifling the future direction of NZ’s point-of-difference as a brand.
So, as a shareholder of the brand of NZ’s future earning potential, I’d sue the CEO of the brand for setting the wrong culture, the harsh tone, that has impaired our R.O.I in future years of the brand, for that strong future. Yet he did get us through the GFC years (a feat of strength) so you can’t even really sue too harshly. It is not like you could, as he is my ‘father.’ Although some days, as a Maori, you’d swear you’re in a Star Wars movie, with how he talks about the ideal students’ people’s economic access opportunities.
Anyway, everyone needs to work together more in more uplifting ways to lift the brand’s potential.
There is one thing that sets NZ apart. That is Maori culture’s difference in the world. It is tremendously special. Exceptionally rare in the world. It is a brand imbued with substance. Mauri, a life force of energy the world will need more in oncoming years.
I have also seen journalists aware of the rising racism and go out of their way to try and make a difference at political imbalance on the issues of oppression, including creating, sourcing appropriate cultural content that is welcoming and ideal for the ideal students to have more a chance in their own ancestors’ country.
That has been very humbling to see happen when it has from fellow Kiwi peers. Yet it still needs to happen more across wider NZ society.
So how can the ideal students be the best doctors when they are wading through ideological poison (hate messages) daily in NZ society? How can they hit their peak, unless this changes more?
4. Are politicians saying nice or negative things about the ideal student’s culture, people, communities when politicians speak to media of the ideal students people?
I have witnessed some of the rudest, excluding, racist and stupid comments concerning the ideal students representation from leading politicians in NZ. I have seen it happen straight to camera as the lead in stories of the nation’s news, sometimes every day for weeks on end. How can the ideal students achieve greatness when their leaders speak of their people this one and socialize others to abuse them to?
It is not on. You are left with the feeling of maybe Maori deserve it!. And maybe we do in certain areas. Yet constant barrage can’t always get the best results. Surely? for the ideal students we need to get through.
In fact it has been a blatant denial of the ideal students and their families in reaching the best potential to become leaders, such as the best future doctors in NZ. That political culture has to change. It breaks my heart. I have been shock over it and grieving about it for many months now. It is not cool to have to grief an ideological wipe out attempt of the ideal students by the nation’s leaders.
That has to be acknowledge and changed. Cultural safety is not being shown as best it could towards the ideal students from their own nation’s leaders. That needs an apology and a complete overhaul to change.
5. Are the ideal students being identified younger and then sponsored all through to doctor graduate level? In light of such low evidence of NZ society bringing the ideal students through, there has been an extremely racist imbalance that needs addressing to get them through to doctor level.
The NZ government can identify every niggly thing about the ideal students and their families.
The NZ government is very adept at writing up the bad characteristics of the ideal students culture and home lives etc. They love using it as a diversion to look good when diverting off other topics. It is the no.1 armory for this current market in letting themselves off the hook on many issues. That and “oh the Eurozone’s woes.” Both of those tactics need to be dropped. Work in the middle, move it up.
Create the right culture for the ideal students to become the best doctors in the world.
Instead, what the NZ government now needs to do, is identify early the achievers, invest in them directly more. We are in that category now of NZ investment recognition in light of statistics. We all need to do more for the ideal students needs.
Then the government machine of data entry people can start writing up all of the many achievements that the ideal students are achieving on their learning journeys directly into the government’s data bases with that same energy put in to fast track the ideal students through to graduate doctor level.
That has to happen straight away, to close the gap now. We must not delay.
6. The hand of oppression pitted against Maori must stop.
It has been like a heavy hand on the psyche and brain, trying to drown the ideal students out of NZ’s very existence. Personally, I have never experienced so much ideological oppression in my life when I see the antics of leaders and how it translates to societal level. It’s very anti-Maori. Heartbreaking regression of NZ culture. It has to change.
The force of the oppression (it is a: psychologically directed at Maori and b: economically motivated by greed to exclude from oppotunity and c) a total ignoring of praise in the good that Maori have and are) should stop.
I have never experienced so much hatred against the ideal students potential from NZ society since I was a young child.
On a racial level, NZ has reversed 30+ years if I had to do a comparison between Maori acceptance and hatred and spite against Maori.
It is all through the atmosphere of NZ society, like ideological poison.
That has to be stopped.
Then the ideal students can not only make it, to enrol and be the best doctors – they also stand a chance to be ready for that opportunity all throughout their lives attaining to that goal.
We need more smart role models for the ideal students showcased in NZ society. We need smart Kiwis showcased more with Maori in their teams showing a teamwork inclusion spirit with Maori achieving alongside them to address the imbalance. We need to create more inclusion of the ideal students and show much more visible and visual evidence of this inclusive spirit in all of our media and business models and wealth flow data for quite a few years to help the ideal students and their communities have a leading role in NZ’s future.
At the moment the ideal students dreams and families dreams have been utterly gouged. The erosion needs to be restored. Recompense needed at macro level economic recongition and structural engineering.
A good way to remedy it is asking:
What makes a good rubgy player for example? Training, ability, discipline – the right environment, the right coaches at every level, for a world changing athlete to hit the top of their game. That’s what creates the best sports stars in any code.
Well Maori children need that degree of attention and investment now. Everyone of them should have it to balance out the incredulous oppressive divide that has been designed and enforced to hold them down.
Believe me, it is unbelievable to see happen in NZ. The kainga. The homeland.
Of course, budget restraints require that only a certain number will be invested into over others. Although to balance out the imbalance all should get the increased investment immediately to close the illlegal divide.
As the agricultural sector of NZ benefit so strongly from NZ’s natural resources, and as it’s main representor aims to move more into the pharmaceuticals medical supply chain too in the growth strategy ahead for dairy investments product investments areas and exports – than this sector can pick up a lot of the slack. An oil well or a few, can be designated by the government to also inject profits into the ideal students culture (economically) to get the levels of equality back up to where they are supposed to be as a norm.
Can we get that happening very soon. Support not oppression. It’s a very slight paradigm shift, that actually takes a lot less energy to monitor good results when done and in effect.
If we need more Maori doctors in the future (PI too) then we need sponsorship invested into these areas immediately.
Maori stand a better chance at staying in NZ, once they get their degrees perhaps - if they have an Iwi connection, so this will be a solid investment.
Dare I say it, some (or certain) strong church groups are also good sites to find the ideal students to invest in to as support is very strong around such young people, more so than some other community groups. They could become the next wave of future doctors this country too. Investment though must happen in to the right people to show NZ society is growing for the ideal students who are equally represented in a more humane way on a par with the founding spirit of NZ signed by our founding fathers and mothers.
For a more simple take on the situation. Lorelei Mason of Christchurch has the story above, with an uplifting take on New Zealand news too at both pic links above from TVNZ reporting team.
For the record the ideal students and their families and what they represent to NZ’s past, present and strong future with better inclusion are worth much more than how we love our pet animals in this country on average. So there needs to be a huge turn around in lifting achievement through inclusion and investment of the ideal students and their communities into the vein of NZ’s future economic flow.
The cool thing about New Zealand is that when we set our heart and mindset to get something done, we actually do it fast, well, quickly with the right coaches giving the right messages for strong teamwork. So, this won’t be too bad to change and start restoring so the ideal students place in the future is something we are all very proud of to invest in right here at home. It’s exciting to think about New Zealand doing that restoration rebuild for the ideal students and their people. Wow!
30,000 children are at high risk of abuse. Economic abuse occurs all around their families psychies daily with the invention of a poverty divide most of these people in this statistical data are caught up in. It is a net of poverty, created to snare them over generations of time. How do we change that? Well the ideal students model (of recommends) outlined above, can directly solve this equation too. Investment + the right coaches + an encouraging tone from the top – turns the abusive poverty net syndrome around. It is encouraging to know that less kids are going to be abused as a result.
[Thanks for the news. I loved the honesty tonight. Sweetly frank and full on!].
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