The School of Clinical Sciences is looking for a Research Officer to contribute to a study exploring psychosocial wellbeing in stroke care in Aotearoa New Zealand.
This research aims to enhance whānau experiences and clinician and service capability to support psychosocial wellbeing after stroke.
Our work draws on He Awa Whiria, which sees us engage uniquely with Māori and non-Māori knowledge throughout the research.
We are seeking a research officer to support the Māori stream of the research which is led by Bobbie-Jo Wilson (Ngāti Tūwharetoa).
This role involves completing a literature review on whānau Māori experiences of well-being after stroke, gathering and analysing data with Māori whānau and clinicians, and supporting our ongoing engagement with our advisors.
More information about the study can be found here :
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You will become part of a supportive team with a strong commitment to te Tiriti o Waitangi in our research and everyday practices within the Centre for Person-Centred Research ().
Kaimahi Māori will be supported and engaged within a growing network of Māori staff.
The role is Auckland-based but has potential for flexible locations and hours. For general enquiries about the position, please contact Dr Felicity Bright
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AUT will require successful applicants to provide proof of full COVID vaccination prior to commencement of employment.