Family members caring for elderly Pasifika at end of life not getting help – study

23 Jul 2018

Most Pacific Islanders in New Zealand spend the end of their lives being cared for by family members who aren’t getting all the help they’re entitled to, our “Tapinga ‘a Maama’: Pacific Life and Death in Advanced Age” study has revealed. This AWNSC research project is carried out by Dr Ofa Dewes in the School of Nursing at the University of Auckland.

This project was streamed online at 1 NEWS (23th July, 2018): Family members caring for elderly Pasifika at end of life not getting help – study. 

For more information related to this project follow the link.