School of Population Health


Established in 2003, the School of Population Health is the first of its kind in New Zealand.

  • Expanded rural health medical training proposed
    21 March 2017
    A joint initiative intended to solve New Zealand’s chronic shortage of rural health professionals is investigating creation of a new school of rural health.
  • Too many antibiotics for New Zealand children
    16 March 2017
    Almost all New Zealand children have taken antibiotic medications by the time they are five years of age, according to new research from the University of Auckland’s Centre for Longitudinal Research – He Ara Ki Mua.
  • Distinguished Alumni Award for healthcare leadership and innovation
    02 March 2017
    Dr Lance O’Sullivan is admired for his energetic Māori health advocacy and next week he will be presented with a Distinguished Alumni Award by the University of Auckland for his leadership and innovation.
  • Planet earth and human health
    17 February 2017
    A better understanding of the close relationship between the life-support systems of our planet with human health and disease, is the focus of a new book by pioneering Australian epidemiologist, Tony McMichael.
  • New fathers can get new baby depression too
    16 February 2017
    Depression symptoms among men before and after the birth of their children were identified by recent research from the University of Auckland’s Centre for Longitudinal Research – He Ara Ki Mua.