School of Population Health
Established in 2003, the School of Population Health is the first of its kind in New Zealand.
Regional trends revealed for meth labs
26 April 2017Helensville and Hamilton were two of the meth lab hot spots identified in the first geographic study of clandestine meth lab distribution in New Zealand.
Report finds our aging population will need increased levels of care
21 April 2017New Zealand’s aging population will lead to a substantial increase in the need to provide daily and weekly care for the elderly, a University of Auckland study has found.
Expanded rural health medical training proposed
21 March 2017A 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 2017Almost 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.
Get Good Done with the University of Auckland (Workshops) Event as iCalendar
19 April 2017 - 28 April 2017Want to make a difference in the world but didn’t know where to start? Get Good Done is a free two-week programme where you can get involved with a social, environmental or cultural issue that you feel passionate about.
How genes are turned on and off in cancer cells by Bruce Baguley Event as iCalendar
28 April 2017, 2pmA complex but wonderful picture of gene regulation is emerging from recent studies. This seminar, designed for a general science audience and open to everyone.
TIKI (Technology Innovation and Knowledge Interchange) Tour Event as iCalendar
01 May 2017, 11am - 2pmAuckland DHB is hosting a TIKI (Technology Innovation and Knowledge Interchange) Tour in conjunction with CMDT and MedTech CoRE.
Special Seminar - “45 Years of Cancer Drug Discovery – A life on drugs” Event as iCalendar
02 May 2017, 2 - 3pmProfessor Herbie Newell, PhD, is Professor of Cancer Therapeutics and until very recently Scientific Director, Northern Institute for Cancer Research, Medical School, University of Newcastle, UK.
Introduction to Mindfulness Session - Tony Fernando Event as iCalendar
12 May 2017, 11am - 12pmThrough mindfulness, we can develop minds that are clear, calm, present and even compassionate. Mindfulness is a mental skill that has been around for at least 2500 years. It used to be a skill learned in the confines of Buddhist monasteries in Asia. Nowadays, corporations, Olympic athletes, doctors, medical and psychiatric patients, prison inmates and even the military are learning mindfulness.