Dr Heather Came

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Senior Lecturer

Email: heather.came@aut.ac.nz

ORCID: ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1119-3202

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Academic appointments:

  • Head of Teaching, Learning & Curriculum Development, Auckland University of Technology (2015 - 2016)
  • Senior Lecturer, Auckland University of Technology (2015 - ongoing)
  • Head of Postgraduate Studies, Auckland University of Technology (2014 - 2015)
  • Lecturer, Auckland University of Technology (2011 - 2015)

Qualifications:

  • PhD, Waikato University
  • PGDip Social Enterprise, Waikato University
  • MA (Hons), Canterbury University
  • BA, Canterbury University
  • Certificate in Tertiary Teaching, Auckland University of Technology
  • Certificate in Health Promotion, Otago University

Overview:

Dr Heather Came is a senior lecturer based in the Taupua Waiora Centre for Māori Health Research at Manukau campus. Heather is an activist scholar with a commitment to applied research that disrupts institutional racism and strengthens Tiriti application. Prior to entering academic life her professional background was in health promotion, public health and more recently Maori health. She graduated with a PhD from Waikato Management School in 2012.

She is a founder member and co-chair of STIR: Stop Institutional Racism (www.stirnz.org), co-Vice President of the NZ Public Health Association, a fellow of the Health Promotion Forum, a longstanding member of Tāmaki Tiriti Workers.

He Tangata Tiriti ahau. Heather has an extensive background in social justice activism.

Research interests:

Heather's research focuses on advancing issues of social justice in dialogue with activists and Māori partners. Her particular expertise lies in i) identifying (and disrupting) institutional racism within the health system, ii) fostering anti-racism praxis and critical thinking, iii) critical policy analysis, and iv) promoting te Tiriti o Waitangi based practice.

Over the summer Heather will be working with Dr Maria Haenga-Collins to complete data collection for the next stage of an ongoing longitudinal study that benchmarks the Crown's treatment of different types of public health providers. This study has been tracking levels of racism since 2010 and was used to inform evidence in the WAI 2575 Hauora claim.

Heather is also currently working with Dr Sarah Herbert, Asso Prof. Jacquie Kidd, Dr Brian Rodgers and Prof Tim McCreanor on a pilot study with nurses. This study is looking at understandings of anti-racism praxis and aspirations and contributions to practitioner level Tiriti relationships. Data analysis is currently occurring which will inform a future grant application.

Teaching summary:

Heather has taught UG health promotion, evaluation, theories and models of health promotion, community development; as well as PG public health. She is currently paper co-ordinator for MAOH802 Taunga a Mahi Hauora - Māori Health Practice

In 2018 she became a Senior Teaching Fellow through the Ako Aronui programme. In 2019 she was appointed to the AUT Academy a newly formed platform to promote teaching and learning leadership and excellent across AUT.

She is currently working with four masters students and five doctoral students on a range of kaupapa.

She is particularly interested in working with research students taking a critical approach. Her passion lies with working with Tiriti o Waitangi, anti-racism, institutional racism, and critical policy analysis. She has experience working cross-culturally with Māori and Pacific students.

Fields of research:

  • Health Promotion
  • Maori Health
  • Health Policy
  • Public Policy
  • Human Rights and Justice Issues

Professional activities:

Featured professional activities

  • Invited: Health Promotion Forum Fellow, Health Promotion Forum (2014 - ongoing)
  • 2013 Outstanding Emerging Researcher HY School awards and finalist Faculty Awards, Janis Patterson, Head of School (2013 - ongoing)
  • 2012 Outstanding Building a New Programme, HY School AUT Research/Teaching Award, Janis Patterson, Head of School (2012 - ongoing)

    Research outputs:

    Featured research outputs

    • Came, H. (2013). Contracting issues for Māori health providers [Keynote address]. In National Kaumātua Service Providers Conference. Palmerston North.

    • Came, H. (2013). Exposing institutional racism within the public health system in Aotearoa (Plenary address). In Reconfiguring anti-racism: Tolerance, harmony, inclusion and justice. Melbourne: Deakin University.

    Books

    Journal articles

    • Came, H., Tudor, K., & Woodard, W. (2019). David versus Goliath: Justice for the people of Ihumātao. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 17(2). doi:10.1002/ppi.1498

    • Came, H., Warbrick, I., Doole, C., Barnes, A., & Sessa, M. (2019). He hokinga ki te mauri: Strengthening te Tiriti o Waitangi public health education in tertiary education settings. Teaching in Higher Education. doi:10.1080/13562517.2019.1613357

    • Came, H., McCreanor, T., Manson, L., & Nuku, K. (2019). Upholding Te Tiriti, ending institutional racism and crown inaction on health equity. New Zealand Medical Journal, 132(1492), 61-66.

    • Came, H., McCreanor, T., Haenga-Collins, M., & Cornes, R. (2019). Māori and Pasifika leaders’ experiences of government health advisory groups in New Zealand. Kōtuitui : New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, 14(1), 126-135. doi:10.1080/1177083X.2018.1561477

    • Heke, D., Wilson, D., & Came, H. (2018). Shades of competence? A critical analysis of the cultural competencies of the regulated health workforce in Aotearoa New Zealand. International Journal for Quality in Health Care. doi:10.1093/intqhc/mzy227

    • Came, H., Cornes, R., & McCreanor, T. (2018). Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand public health strategies and plans 2006–2016. New Zealand Medical Journal, 131(1469), 32-37. Retrieved from https://www.nzma.org.nz/

    • Warbrick, I., Came, H., & Dickson, A. (2018). The shame of fat shaming in public health: Moving past racism to embrace indigenous solutions. Public Health. doi:10.1016/j.puhe.2018.08.013

    • Came, H., & Tudor, K. (2018). The whole and inclusive university: A critical review of Health Promoting Universities from New Zealand. Health Promotion International, 1-9. doi:10.1093/heapro/day091

    • Came, H., & Humphries-Kila, Maria. (2017). Resorting to (un)secure(d) aging. Psychotherapy and Politics international, 16(3). doi:10.1002/ppi.1471

    • Came, H., Humphries, M., & Sessa, M. (2017). Embracing a Pākehā cronehood: Storying self, society, and the common good. Self and Society, 45(2). doi:10.1080/03060497.2017.1335008

    • Came, H., & Tudor, K. (2017). Unravelling the Whāriki of Crown Māori health infrastructure. The New Zealand Medical Journal, 130(1458). Retrieved from https://www.nzma.org.nz/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/56820/Came-FINAL.pdf

    • Came, H., & Griffith, D. M. (2017). Tackling racism as a 'wicked' public health problem: Enabling allies in anti-racism praxis. Social Science and Medicine, 199. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2017.03.028

    • Came, H., McCreanor, T., & Simpson, T. (2017). Health activism against barriers to indigenous health in Aotearoa New Zealand. Critical Public Health, 27(4). doi:10.1080/09581596.2016.1239816

    • Came, H., McCreanor, T., Doole, C., & Simpson, T. (2017). Realising the rhetoric: Refreshing public health providers' efforts to honour Te Tiriti o Waitangi in New Zealand. Ethnicity and Health, 22(2). doi:10.1080/13557858.2016.1196651

    • Came, H., Doole, C., McKenna, B., & McCreanor, T. (2017). Institutional racism in public health contracting: Findings of a nationwide survey from New Zealand. Social Science & Medicine, 199. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2017.06.002

    • Came, H. (2016). Review: O'Sullivan, D. (2015). Indigenous health: Power politics and citizenship. Melbourne, Australia: Australia Scholarly Press. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 14(2). doi:10.1002/ppi.1374

    • Came, H., McCreanor, T., Doole, C., & Rawson, E. (2016). The New Zealand Health Strategy 2016: Whither health equity?. New Zealand Medical Journal, 129(1447). Retrieved from https://www.nzma.org.nz/

    • Came, H., & Tudor, K. (2016). Bicultural praxis: The relevance of Te Tiriti o Waitangi for health promotion internationally. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 54(4). doi:10.1080/14635240.2016.1156009

    • Came, H., & McCreanor, T. (2015). Pathways to transform institutional (and everyday) racism in New Zealand. Sites: A Journal of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies, 12(2). doi:10.11157/sites-vol12iss2id290

    • Came, H., MacDonald, J., & Humphries, M. (2015). Enhancing activist scholarship in New Zealand and beyond. Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest, 3(1).

    • Came, H. (2014). Review of [J. Margaret (2013) Working as Allies: Supporters of indigenous justice reflects]. MAI Journal: A New Zealand Journal of Indigenous Scholarship, 3(1). Retrieved from http://www.journal.mai.ac.nz/

    • Came, H. (2014). Sites of institutional racism in public health policymaking in New Zealand. Social Science and Medicine, 106. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2014.01.055

    • Came, H., & Humphries, M. (2014). Mopping up institutional racism: Activism on a napkin. Journal of Corporate Citizenship, 54(19). doi:10.9774/GLEAF.4700.2014.ju.00009

    • Came, H. (2013). Review of [G. Laverack (2013) Health activism: Foundations and strategies]. Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest, 1(1).

    • Came, H., & da Silva, S. (2013). Review of [I. Huygens, T. Murphy & S. Healy (2012) Ngāpuhi speaks]. Mai: A New Zealand Journal of Indigenous Scholarship, 2(2).

    • Came, H. (2013). Beginning to address institutional racism within the public health sector: Insights from a provider survey. Keeping Up to Date, 38.

    • Came, H. (2013). Doing research in Aotearoa: A Pākehā exemplar of applying Te Ara Tika ethical framework. Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, 8(1-2). doi:10.1080/1177083X.2013.841265

    • Came, H., & Da Silva, S. (2011). Building political competencies for the transformation of racism in Aotearoa. Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Science, 6(1-2). doi:10.1080/1177083X.2011.615332

    • Came, H. (1994). Bi-phobia - A feminist challenge. Broadsheet, Winter.

    • Came, H. (1991). Towards a free and loose bisexual future. Race Gender Class, 11(12).

    Book chapters

    • Herbert, S., Came, H., McCreanor, T., & Badu, E. (2019). The role of Crown health policy in entrenched health inequities in Aotearoa, New Zealand. In S. Ratuva (Ed.), The Palgrave handbook of ethnicity (pp. 1365-1381). Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.. doi:10.1007/978-981-13-2898-5_104

    • Morice, M., Woodard, W., & Came, H. (2017). Māori Psychotherapy and the Health Practitioners’ Competence Assurance Act 2003. In K. Tudor (Ed.), Pluralism in psychotherapy: Critical reflections from a post-regulation landscape (pp. 123-134). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

    • Came, H. (2014). Bushwhacking for Tiriti based justice. In H. Came, & A. Zander (Eds.), State of the Pākehā Nation; Waitangi Day speeches and essays. Whangarei, New Zealand: Network Waitangi Whangarei. Retrieved from http://www.communityresearch.org.nz/

    • Came, H., & Ramsbotham, J. (2014). Health promotion. In V. Wright-St Clair, D. Reid, S. Shaw, & J. Ramsbotham (Eds.), Evidence-based health practice (pp. 371-386). Victoria, Australia: Oxford University Press.

    • Came, H. (2011). Racial climate in recent health policy and practice in Aotearoa. In A. Dickson, & C. Prichard (Eds.), Proceedings of Organization, Identity and Locality V11 (pp. 42-50). Palmerston North, New Zealand: OIL.

    • Came, H. (2010). Doing political research. In M. Campbell, & C. Simon-Kumar (Eds.), Proceedings of the New Zealand Women's Studies Association Conference. Hamilton, New Zealand: New Zealand Women's Studies Association.

    Conference contributions

    • Came, H. (2019). Ending institutional racism in the health system. In Maori Pharmacists' Association Symposium. Auckland: Nga Kaitiaki o te Puna Rongoa. Retrieved from http://maoripharmacists.org.nz/symposium/

    • Cairncross, C., Ibrahim, A., Khalifa, M., & Came, H. (2018). Beyond Nutrients: insights for health professionals on a communal Iftar meal during Ramadan. In 2018 Annual Meeting of the Nutrition Society of New Zealand. Auckland: Nutrition Society of New Zealand. Retrieved from http://assets.nutritionsociety.ac.nz/Downloads/programme.pdf

    • Came, H., & Berghan,, G. (2017). Pursuing a political agenda: Being activist scholars (Keynote address). In 3rd International Higher Education Curriculum Design & Academic Leadership Symposia. Hamilton. Retrieved from https://www.nzcdi.ac.nz/keynotes/

    • Came, H. (2017). A plotted critical review of efforts to transform institutional racism in Aotearoa (Keynote address). In Black Power 50th Anniversary Conference. Melbourne. Retrieved from http://www.deakin.edu.au/

    • Came, H., Cornes, R., Coupe, N., & McCreanor, T. (2017). Māori and Pacific voices in New Zealand public health policy. In Public Health Association Conference. Christchurch. Retrieved from http://www.conference.co.nz/

    • Came, H., Berghan, G., Coupe, N., Doole, C., Fay, J., McCreanor, T., & Simpson, T. (2017). Re-engaging with Tiriti-based health promotion practice. In Public Health Association Conference. Christchurch.

    • Rameka, M., Doole, C., Coupe, N., & Came, H. (2017). Te Tiriti-based health practice. In Social Movements, Resistance and Social Change 2017. Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.massey.ac.nz/

    • Came, H., & McNabb, S. (2017). Addressing racism (Invited). In Mana Wahine - Combined Trade Union Conference. Wellington. Retrieved from http://www.union.org.nz/

    • Came, H. (2017). Tackling institutional racism: Enabling allies in anti-racism praxis (Keynote). In Indigneous Diversity Forum. Wellington. Retrieved from http://us10.campaign-archive1.com/?u=a1e1e6ed4853e287d06fe4d16&id=7bba897b3f&e=

    • Came, H., Griffith, D., & Paradies, Y. (2017). Three faces of racism: Addressing racism as a social determinant of health in three countries (Panel presentation). In World Congress on Public Health. Melbourne. Retrieved from http://www.wcph2017.com/

    • Came, H. (2017). Tiriti-based practice: How senior health promoters work with Te Tiriti o Waitangi. In ACDA and IACD Community Development Conference 2017. Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.aotearoacommunitydevelopmentassociation.com/2017-cd-conference

    • Came, H. (2016). Decolonisation: A pathway to healing and reconciliation (Keynote address). In NZTAA. Auckland.

    • Came, H., & Rawson, E. (2016). Challenging institutional racism in Aotearoa New Zealand: A case study of STIR – Stop Institutional Racism (Poster). In American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Denver Colorado. Retrieved from http://www.apha.org/annualmeeting

    • Came, H., & Berghan, G. (2016). STIR: Stop Institutional Racism: Planning to end racism (Keynote address). In STIR: Stop Institutional Racism. Auckland. Retrieved from http://stirsymposium2016.wixsite.com/institutional

    • Came, H., Simpson, T., Doole, C., & McCreanor, T. (2016). Lessons from Aotearoa New Zealand: Challenging institutional racism as a determinant of indigenous health (poster). In 22nd IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion. Curitiba. Retrieved from http://www.iuhpeconference2016.com/

    • Came, H. (2016). Health activism: An imperative for public health. In NZNO Regional Conference. Auckland.

    • Doole, C., & Came, H. (2015). Reflecting and developing bicultural practice in Aotearoa. In 6th Asia-Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress. Rotorua. Retrieved from http://www.cmnzl.co.nz/assets/Docs/APOTC%20programme%208%20September.pdf

    • Berghan, G., Came, H.., Doole, C., Coupe, N., McCreanor, T., Simpson, T., . . . Rawson, E. (2015). Tracking racism: Findings of a nation-wide survey of public health providers. In Public Health Association Conference. Christchurch. Retrieved from http://www.pha.org.nz/conference2015/presentations/150909-berghan.pdf

    • Came, H., & Tudor, K. (2015). Health Promoting Universities: A Moemoeā from Aotearoa New Zealand. In International Conference on Health Promoting Universities and Colleges. Kelowna.

    • Came, H. (2015). Health promotion, nursing and the pursuit of equity. In NZNO Annual Conference. Wellington. Retrieved from http://www.nzno.org.nz/

    • Came, H., Doole, C., & McCreanor, T. (2014). Towards health equity: Institutional racism as a policy issue. In Population Health Congress. Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.conference.co.nz/nzphc14/7_october_session_1

    • Came, H. (2014). Primer on institutional racism [invited address] 2014 Diversity Forum. In 2014 Diversity Forum. Christchurch. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/cacrnz/diversity-forum-2014-racism-heather-came

    • Came, H., & Tudor, K. (2014). Health promoting universities: Concepts, critique and strengthening practice (Invited address). In Population Health Congress. Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.conference.co.nz/nzphc14/programme

    • Came, H. (2013). Contracting issues for Māori health providers [Keynote address]. In National Kaumātua Service Providers Conference. Palmerston North.

    • Came, H. (2013). Still dealing with institutional racism within the public sector [Keynote address]. In Te Kārohirohi – Towards New Horizons – Principles for Responsible Management Education Conference 3rd Australia/New Zealand Forum. Ngaruawahi.

    • Came, H. (2013). Countering institutional racism within the public health sector [Invited address]. In 2013 Diversity Forum. Wellington.

    • Came, H., Doole, C., Coupe, N., & Simpson, T. (2013). Initial thoughts: Building a social movement to transform institutional racism. In Proceedings of the 2013 Public Health Association Conference: Partnership or collaboration; is there a difference? (pp. 62-67). New Plymouth: Public Health Association.

    • Came, H. (2013). Exposing institutional racism within the public health system in Aotearoa (Plenary address). In Reconfiguring anti-racism: Tolerance, harmony, inclusion and justice. Melbourne: Deakin University.

    • Came, H. (2013). Mobilising to transform institutional racism in the public sector in Aotearoa. In New Zealand Women's Studies Association Conference. Wellington.

    • Came, H. (2012). Exploring the impact of a racist health system on [contemporary] Māori health [Plenary address]. In 10th Dangerous Consumptions Colloquium. Auckland.

    • Came, H. (2012). Noticing institutional racism in the public sector. In Governing Aotearoa Forum. Wellington.

    • Came, H. (2011). How Crown agencies discriminate against Māori (public) health providers. In Waikato University Colloquium in Health and Social Research 2. Hamilton.

    • Da Silva, S., & Came, H. (2011). Political competencies for anti-racism workers: Lessons from Aotearoa. In Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association Directions and Intersections Conference. Surfers Paradise.

    • Came, H. (2011). Transforming institutional racism in healthcare management in Aotearoa. In Proceedings of Australia New Zealand Academy of Management 25th Anniversary Conference. Wellington. Retrieved from http://www.anzamconference.org/docs/ANZAM2011_Program.pdf

    Edited books/volumes

    • Came, H., & Zander, A. (2015). The state of the Pākehā nation: Collected Waitangi speeches and essays 2006-2015. Whangarei, New Zealand: Network Waitangi Whangarei.

    • Came, H., Zander, A., Doole, C., & Okezie, P. (2014). Connecting communities, policy and science: Proceedings of New Zealand Population Health Congress 2014. Auckland, New Zealand: Public Health Association, Health Promotion Forum and New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine.

    • Came, H., & Zander, A. (2013). Partnership or collaboration – is there a difference?: Proceedings of the Public Health Association 2013 conference. Auckland, New Zealand: Public Health Association.

    Reports

    • Berghan, G., Came, H., Cameron, K., Chenery, C., Goza, T., Mikahere-Hall, A., . . . Wilson, D. (2017). Committee on the elimination of all forms of
      racial discrimination shadow report: Aotearoa New Zealand
      . Auckland New Zealand: Auckland University of Technology (AUT). Retrieved from http://tbinternet.ohchr.org/

    • Came, H., Doole, C., McCreanor, T., Coupe, N., Lubis, D., & Garrett, N. (2015). Benchmarking Crown Practice:
      Public Health Contracting and Funding
      Preliminary Report for Public Health Providers
      . Auckland, New Zealand: Health Equity Now.

    • Came, H. (2011). Benchmarking Crown practice: Differential treatment of public health providers. Report for Health Research Council [Summer Studentship}: Benchmarking Crown practice: Differential treatment of public health providers.. Mangawhai, New Zealand: Health Research Council.

    Theses

    Oral presentations

    • Came, H. (2019). Disrupting racism in health policy. Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2018). Wrestling with institutional racism and applying te Tiriti o Waitangi (Invited ). Fielding, New Zealand.

    • Came, H., & McCreanor, T. (2018). Institutional racism and a critical review of the primary health care strategy in New Zealand (Invited). Hamilton, New Zealand. Retrieved from https://forms.justice.govt.nz/

    • Came, H., McCreanor, T., Nuku, K., & Manson, L. (2018). Crown Inaction: Institutional racism in the health sector (Invited ). Hamilton, NZ. Retrieved from https://forms.justice.govt.nz/

    • Came, H. (2018). Kāti whakatakētanga - Stopping racism (Invited).. Auckland, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2018). Planning to end racism (Invited). Rangiriri, New Zealand.

    • Korohina, E., & Came, H. (2018). Improving Māori health outcomes (Invited). Auckland, NZ.

    • Came, H., & da Silva, S. (2018). Strategies for applying te Tiriti o Waitangi within your health practice (Invited). Webinar. Retrieved from http://www.waves.org.nz/

    • Came, H., & Coupe, N. (2018). Disrupting institutional racism within the health sector (Invited). Hamilton, NZ.

    • Came, H. (2018). Reengaging with te Tiriti o Waitangi (Invited). Auckland, NZ.

    • Came, H. (2017). Stopping institutional racism in a settler colonial setting: Lessons from Aotearoa New Zealand (Invited). 23 Lennox Street North Richmond, Vic 3121. Retrieved from http://us2.campaign-archive.com/?e=&u=8a71f37afe88b0ac86cee026c&id=048762c413

    • Came, H. (2017). Addressing racism (Invited). Wellington, New Zealand.

    • Came, H., & Hickey, H. (2017). Indigenous rights equity and anti-racism (Invited). Auckland, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2017). Anti-racism praxis, quality and systems change (Invited presentation). Wellington.

    • Came, H., & McCreanor, T. (2017). Evidence and impact of institutional racism (Invited presentation). Auckland, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2016). How senior health promoters engage with Te Tiriti o Waitangi (Webinar). Auckland, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2016). Institutional Racism a challenge for the health sector (Invited workshop). New Plymouth, New Zealand.

    • Came, H., & Rawson, E. (2016). Unravelling bicultural praxis: working with Te Tiriti o Waitangi. (Invited workshop).

    • Came, H., & Berghan, G. (2016). Planning to transform racism 101, (Invited Workshop x2).. New Plymouth, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2015). Racism as a determinant of health. Hutt Valley DHB.

    • Came, H., & Nairn, M. (2015). Working with Māori and Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Auckland, New Zealand.

    • Came, H., & Doole, C. (2015). STIR: Campaign update – challenging institutional racism [Webinar]. Nationwide. Retrieved from http://www.esocsci.org.nz/

    • Came, H., Berghan, G., & Simpson, T. (2015). Minimising health inequities through systems change theory.

    • Came, H., & Berghan,, G. (2015). Institutional racism 101 - 2015 Waitangi Week Workshop Series. 62 Powerham Street, New Plymouth.

    • Came, H., & Doole, C. (2014). Campaign update: Challenging institutional racism in the public sector [Webinar]. Auckland, New Zealand.

    • Came, H., & Doole, C. (2014). How can NZNO contribute to countering institutional racism (Invited workshop). Auckland, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2014). Institutional racism for the public health sector, training workshop for Taranaki District Health Board. New Plymouth, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2014). Institutional racism and Māori public health, (Invited workshop) for Te Runanga o Kirikiriroa. Hamilton, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2014). Institutional racism: A discussion and a plan. Christchurch, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2014). The state of public health in Aotearoa (Invited address). Hamilton, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2013). Institutional racism and Māori public health (Webinar). Christchurch, New Zealand.

    • Came, H., MacDonald, J., & Edwards, S. (2013). Activist scholarship in Aotearoa: A vehicle for social justice, School of Public Health and Psychosocial Health Seminar Series. Auckland, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2013). A Pākehā perspective on working with Māori in health research, Māori Grand Round, Waitemata DHB. Auckland, New Zealand.

    • Came, H., & Wihongi, H. (2013). When research involves Maori (Waitemata DHB in-service).

    • Came, H. (2013). Institutional racism: A challenge for the public health sector, Training workshop for Te Tai Tokerau branch PHA. Kaikohe, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2013). Manifestations of institutional racism and privilege in public health policy making & funding practices in Aotearoa, webinar for eSocSci Identities Network seminar series, Auckland University. eSocSci Identities Network seminar series, Auckland, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2012). Contributions to anti-racism praxis, workshop for Kotare Centre for Social Change. Wayby Valley, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2012). Applying Te Tiriti o Waitangi within public health practice, training workshop for Rape Prevention Education. Auckland, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2012). Sustaining Te Tiriti based activism (panel presentation) for Kotare Inter-generational Forum. Auckland, New Zealand.

    • Came, H. (2012). The merits of activist scholarship and the menace of institutional racism, ANGOA Research Forum. Takapuna, Auckland.

    Working paper/discussions

    • Came, H. (2013). A fair go for all: A problematic contribution to anti-racism praxis in Aotearoa [Working paper]. Auckland University of Technology.

    Other outputs

    • Came-Friar, H., & Kidd, J. (2019). Nurses must challenge racism. In Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand (Vol. 25, Iss. 7, pp. 2). New Zealand Nurses Organisation.

    • Sessa, M., Humphries, M., & Came-Friar, H. (2018). Workplace Violence: More Women in Authority Does Not [Always] Equal Good [Feminist] Leadership.. SAGE Publications: SAGE Business Cases Originals. doi:10.4135/9781526439642

    • Azarmandi, M., Berghan, G., Came-Friar, H., Chenery, C., Goza, T., Hall, A., . . . Wilson, D. (2018). Committee on the Covenant on Economic Social and Cultural Rights Shadow Report: Aotearoa New Zealand. STIR: Stop Institutional Racism. Retrieved from http://tbinternet.ohchr.org/

    • Came, H., & Doole, C. C. (2015). Submission on the Revised New Zealand Health Strategy..

    • Came, H., & Doole, C. (2014). Health Promotion Forum and Public Health Association joint position statement on institutional racism.

    • Came, H., & Doole, C. (2014). Submission to Ministry of Heath on the tier two public health service specifications on behalf of the PHA SIG. Retrieved from http://www.pha.org.nz/

    • Came, H., Nairn, M., & Johnson, I. (2013). Submission on Human Rights Amendment Bill 2013 on behalf of Tāmaki Tiriti Workers.

    • Came, H. (2013). Treaty People Blog. Retrieved from http://www.treatyblog.org.nz/

    • Came, H., da Silva, S., Armstrong, M., McKenzie, K., Howard, T., & Maguire, P. (2013). Submission to the Constitutional Review Advisory Panel on the Constitutional review on behalf Network Waitangi Whangarei. Network Waitangi Whangarei.

    • Came, H. (2012). Submission to Ministry of Health consultation on Revised Tier One Public Health Service Specification on behalf Whakawhiti Ora Pai, Ngati Hine Health Trust, Te Runanga o Te Rarawa, Ki A Ora Ngatiwai and Te Hauora o te Hiku o te Ika. Whakawhiti Ora Pai.

    • Came, H. (2012). The Way Forward: Reconfiguring the AUT Health Promotion Undergraduate Degree [Review Report]. Auckland University of Technology.

    • Came, H. (2012). Guest lectures at AUT.

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