Cornerstone Equity assessor criteria
The Cornerstone Equity module builds on the equity work undertaken in the Foundation Standard.
Indicators place an emphasis upon a practice’s commitment to pro-equity leadership, practice teams, and workforce development, embedding equity in day to day processes.
The module also focuses on health equity outcomes for Māori as tangata whenua under Te Tiriti o Waitangi and provides an overall inclusive and culturally safe environment and experience.
Equity assessor eligibility criteria:
Become an assessor
- An understanding of the importance of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and it’s application in addressing health equity for Māori
- Knowledge of Health equity and how it works, particularly in the context of general practice and primary health care
- Practice experience and knowledge about general practice, structures, and functions of the general practice team
- A strong understanding of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
- Interest, experience, and/or qualifications in quality improvement.
- Availability to attend training days in Auckland, Wellington, or Christchurch (other centres by demand).
- Ability to complete ongoing assessor training as required by the College, to maintain competence and knowledge of the Cornerstone Equity module.