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The School of Nursing is widely recognised as the training institution of choice in New Zealand, with all clinical programmes accredited by the Nursing Council of New Zealand.

  • New tool to help distribute resources by identifying areas of need
    07 August 2017
    Research by the University of Auckland has created a new way of measuring social deprivation in New Zealand that could assist agencies to distribute resources better.
  • Potential break against killer disease
    01 August 2017
    A new cancer treatment developed by a team of University of Auckland scientists is being hailed internationally as a potential breakthrough in the fight against the disease.
  • Rise in e-cigarettes linked to rise in smokers quitting, say researchers
    31 July 2017
    New research studying United States smokers has shown the recent rise in e-cigarette use in that country is getting more smokers quitting, according to Professor Chris Bullen of the University of Auckland.
  • Experts call for action to fill gaps on healthy food policies
    24 July 2017
    New Zealand needs major improvements in food policies if it is going to seriously tackle the country’s obesity epidemic, according to findings in the University of Auckland’s second Healthy Food Environment Policy Index (Food-EPI) published today.
  • Research update on Multiple Sclerosis
    17 July 2017
    Dr Scott Graham, expert in neuroinflammation, and co-investigators Dr Jennifer Pereira; ADHB’s leading MS neurologist, and Dr Simon O’Carroll; Director of the Spinal Cord Injury Research Facility (SCIRF), are investigating an unknown soluble substance that appears to have an effect on the permeability of the brain in patients with MS.