Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
Online exhibition remembers whānau who died during lockdowns
29 June 2022
An interactive online exhibition opening on 2 July profiles the impact of lockdown restrictions experienced by Māori, particularly around end-of-life care and tangihanga.
Student athlete Imogen Ayris: high hopes for Commonwealth Games
29 June 2022
Pole vaulter Imogen Ayris, a health sciences student at the University of Auckland, is off to the Commonwealth Games and hopes her good form brings reward.
Team tackling bullying wins national award
28 June 2022
A team of academics who collaborated with students and health leaders to develop a tool that has reduced bullying on clinical placements has won a national award.
Formal welcome for new Ihonuku te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa Jemaima Tiatia
27 June 2022
Formal welcome for new Ihonuku te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa Associate Professor Jemaima Tiatia
Increased student places would help address medical shortage
15 June 2022
University of Auckland says that a government sanctioned increase in university places would be an obvious start to addressing the current shortage in medical practitioners.
Strong University presence in Fulbright Awards
13 June 2022
University of Auckland staff, students and alumni feature prominently in the line-up of Fulbright New Zealand 2022 awardees.
Meet two Māori and Pacific students among Fulbright award winners
13 June 2022
The Fulbright New Zealand exchange awards have been announced and among the recipients are Zoe Catherine Lavatangaloa Henry and Alehandrea Raiha Manuel.
Country’s first mobile optometry clinic launched
10 June 2022
Vision Bus Aotearoa, an optometry clinic on wheels, has hit the road on a mission to improve access to eye healthcare.
Sir Collin Tukuitonga: the newest Niuean Knight
6 June 2022
Associate Professor Collin Tukuitonga receives a knighthood in 2022 Queen's Birthday honours.
Empowering patients to avoid asthma attacks
3 June 2022
A project to develop a risk-prediction tool to help patients and whānau predict asthma attacks has won an HRC grant.
Connection to te ao Māori supports breastfeeding
2 June 2022
New research finds wahine Māori with a connection to te ao Māori are more likely to exclusively breastfeed for the baby's first six months.
Brain box: doctoral student Delshad Kalantary's goal to help with memory loss
1 June 2022
Delshad Kalantary has adopted a Kiwi DIY attitude and built a light-therapy box she hopes one day could help with memory loss.