Kaupapa Māori (by Māori, for Māori) research, evaluation, strategic planning and facilitation. Quantitative and qualitative, mixed methods research and evaluation. Māori health & women’s health research.
Community provider/NGO capacity building assessment and evaluation. Health Impact Assessments. Needs assessments.
- Location: Auckland
- Qualifications: PhD or Doctorate, Bachelor Degree, Post-Graduate Diploma
- Ethnic Groups: New Zealand European, Māori
- Area of Expertise: Health & Wellbeing, Māori, Whānau Ora, Women / Wāhine
- Mobile: 021774690
- Key Publications: Cram, F. (2010). Appreciative inquiry. MAI Review, Issue 3, Article 4.Cram, F. & Kennedy, V. (2010). Researching with whānau collectives. MAI Review, Issue 3, Article 1.Kennedy, V. & Cram, F. (2010). Ethics of researching with whānau collectives. MAI Review, Issue 3, Article 2.Cram, F. (2009). Māori and violence: What’s the problem? MAI Review, Issue 2, Article 4. Downloadable from the MAI Review website at: http://ojs.review.mai.ac.nz/info/.Grennell, D. & Cram, F. (2008). Evaluation of Amokura: An indigenous family violence prevention strategy. MAI Review, 2, Article 4. Downloadable from the MAI Review website at: http://ojs.review.mai.ac.nz/info/.Simmonds, S., Robson, B., Cram, F. & Purdie, G. (2008). Kaupapa Māori epidemiology. Round Table: New Zealand epidemiology. Australasian Epidemiologist, 15.1, 3-6.Pitama, S., Robertson, P., Cram, F., Gillies, M., Huria, T. & Dallas-Katoa, W. (2007). Meihana Model: A clinical assessment framework. New Zealand Journal of Psychology. (Accepted for publication 18 October 2007)Robson, B., Purdie, G., Cram, F. & Simmonds, S. (2007). Age standardisation – an indigenous standard? Emerging Themes in Epidemiology. An online journal published by BioMed Central. Available at www.ete-online.com.Cram, F., McCreanor, T., Smith, L., Nairn, R. & Johnstone, W. (2006). Kaupapa Māori research and Pākehā social science: Epistemological tensions in a study of Māori health. Hülili, 3, 41-68Cram, F. (2006). Talking ourselves up. Alternative: an international journal of indigenous scholarship, Special supplement 2006 – Marginalisation, 28-45.Ormond, A., Cram, F. & Carter, L. (2006). Researching our relations: Reflections on ethics. Alternative: an international journal of indigenous scholarship, Special supplement 2006 – Marginalisation, 180-198.Pipi, K., Cram, F., Hawke, R., Hawke, S., Huriwai, TeM., Mataki, T., Milne, M., Morgan, K., Tuhaka, H. & Tuuta, T. (2004). A research ethic for studying Māori and iwi provider success. Journal of Social Policy, 23, 141-153.Cram, F., Phillips, H., Tipene-Matua, B., Parsons, M. & Taupo, T. (2004). A ‘parallel process’? Beginning a constructive conversation about a Māori methodology. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 1, 14-19.Cram, F. (2009). Maintaining indigenous voices. In D. Mertens & P. Ginsberg (Eds.), SAGE Handbook of social science research ethics. Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE. p.308-322.Cram, F. (2007). Occupational safety and health. In B. Robson & R. Harris (Eds.), Hauora: Māori standards of health IV. A study of the years 2000-2005. Wellington: Te Röpü Rangahau Hauora a Eru Pömare.Robson, B., Cormack, D. & Cram, F. (2007). Social and economic indicators. In B. Robson & R. Harris (Eds.), Hauora: Māori standards of health IV. A study of the years 2000-2005. Wellington: Te Röpü Rangahau Hauora a Eru Pömare.Kawakami, A., Aton, K., Cram, F., Lai, M.K. & Porima, L. (2007). Improving the practice of evaluation through indigenous values and methods: Decolonizing evaluation practice – returning the gaze from Hawai’i and Aotearoa. In P. Brandon & N. Smith (Eds.), Fundamental issues in evaluation. New York: Guilford Press. pp.219-242.Cram, F. (2005). Backgrounding Māori views on genetic engineering. In J. Barker (Ed.), Sovereignty. Lincoln, NE.: University of Nebraska Press. pp.51-66.Reid, P. & Cram, F. (2004). Connecting health, people and county in Aotearoa/New Zealand. In K. Dew & P. Davis (Eds.), Health and society in Aotearoa New Zealand. 2nd Edition. Auckland: Oxford University Press. pp.33-48Cram, F. (2010). Maori population trends, health service needs, and medical workforce requirements – issues arising. Research paper. Wellington: Ministry of HealthCram, F. (2010). Embedding health equity: Hawke’s Bay District Health Board. Report prepared for the Hawke’s Bay District Health Board, Hastings.Cram, F. (2010). Evaluation of the BaSAC (Building a Strategic Alliance Consortium) project, 2010. Report prepared for the Taitokerau Iwi Chief Executives Consortium, July 2010, Whangarei.Cram, F. (2010). Health Impact Assessment & Whānau Ora Health Impact Assessment – A guide for Hawke’s Bay District Health Board. Report prepared for the Hawke’s Bay District Health Board, Hastings.Cram, F. (2010). PHARMAC and Māori Responsiveness. Policies, procedures and outcomes. A report prepared in May 2010 for PHARMAC, Wellington.Cram, F. & Paipa, K. (2010). Whānau Social Assistance Programme. Evaluation framework – Maara Kai, Kaitoko Whānau, Oranga Whānau. Part 3. Programme description & expanded intervention logics. Report prepared for Te Puni Kōkiri, Wellington by Katoa Ltd, April 2010.Quigley, R., Murphy, C. & Cram, F. (2010). Whānau Ora Health Impact Assessment of the cultural and clinical nursing support and training programme. Prepared for the Hawke’s Bay District Health Board.Wehipeihana, N., Oakden, J., Cram, F., Spee, K., Pipi, K. & Porima, L. (2010). Evaluation of the Māori oral health project. Report prepared for the Ministry of Health, Wellington.Cram, F. (2009). JR McKenzie Trust. Te Kāwai Toro. Evaluation Report. Report prepared for the JR McKenzie Trust, Wellington.Cram, F. (2009). Provision of advice to the JR McKenzie Trust five-yearly review and planning process – Overview paper. Paper prepared for the JR McKenzie Trust, Wellington.Cram, F. (2009). Shifting Māori health needs. Māori population trends, health service needs, and medical workforce development – issues arising. Report prepared for the Ministry of Health, September 2009.
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