hapu


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hapu

(ˈhɑːpuː)
n
(Peoples) NZ a subtribe
[Māori]
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6, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- The incidence of hospital-acquired pressure ulcers (HAPUs) is much lower based on administrative data than chart review data, and decreases in incidence appear to be only seen with less severe sores, according to a study published online Nov.
Consistent with current methods used by payers and health care organizations to evaluate HAPU rates, we used hospital admissions as the primary unit of analysis and allowed multiple admissions per patient (AHRQ 2016a,b).
When using Te Whariki adults tend to use a generic Maori tikanga and language, largely divorced from hapu and iwi.
This was described as the "prevailing factor", an "anchor" and the "essence" of what helps, and how if a positive Maori identity could be encouraged by whanau this was considered to have an amplifying effect in terms of resilience A positive Maori identity was seen to be knowing who you are and where you are from, including knowing your whakapapa and having a connection to whanau, hapu and iwi.
Technology allows nurses and staff immediate access to the PU risk scoring tools and other information stored in system medical records The information is crucial to correlate the management of appropriate care and prevention of HAPUs. Staff can also input information into a system repository where leadership and quality departments are capable of running reports to monitor rates and statistics.
The second part of the workshop was delivered by Homai, Hoatu Traditional Health and Healing Practices by Iwi, Hapu, and Whanau-Based Practitioners.
As hospitals look at their statistics of hospital-acquired pressure ulcers (HAPU), a new focus is turning toward looking at the surgical patient population and the realization that a certain percentage of these patients may have OR-acquired pressure ulcers (ORAPUs).
As we discuss in more detail, the conceptual basis of iwi affiliation in official statistics is through self-identification, whereas most iwi registers define membership through a whakapapa (genealogical) link to constituent hapu (clans) and/or marae (family groupings).
In the time of Pharoahs lives a young hippopotamus named Hapu. One day, while wallowing in the Nile River, he falls in love with Mery-Am, the Pharoah's little daughter.
Finally, New Zealand readers will be perplexed to find familiar Maori words mistranslated in a passage in which the authors are quoting a prominent Maori scholar and insert their translations in parentheses: "land strengthens whanau [social] and hapu [cultural] solidarity" (18).
In his maiden speech to Parliament, Tamihere threw down a challenge: We cannot move forward unless our own backyard has been cleared and the impostors who continue to chant and make much ado over the whanau, hapu and iwi mantra as a song in itself so that few can feast in the name of the many, they also will be exposed.