Public Lecture: 50 Years of Training the Health Workforce in Auckland Event as iCalendar

19 April 2018

7 - 8:30pm

Venue: AMRF Lecture Theatre 505-011

Location: 85 Park Road Grafton

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Website: 50th Anniversary website - event listing



Professor Linda Bryder, Associate Professor Judy Kilpatrick, Professor John Shaw, Professor Papaarangi Reid and Professor Warwick Bagg.



This lecture will describe the events which culminated in the establishment of the School of Medicine in the University of Auckland, which received its first intake of 60 students in 1968. Since then it has developed into a multidisciplinary Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences with many thousands of students who study nursing, pharmacy, medical imaging, audiology, optometry, public health and medical science, with strong research profiles across these areas. From its small beginnings, the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences has become one of the most prestigious academic groupings in the country.



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A special thanks to our friends the Auckland Medical Research Foundation for supporting this lecture series.