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Introducing new resuscitation training programmes at MidCentral DHB

MidCentral District Health Board (DHB) has become the second DHB in New Zealand to introduce a breakthrough resuscitation training programme to improve CPR and ventillation training for staff.

COVID-19 antibody testing regime completes validation trials - Pictor

Pictor's completes successful US clinical trials for unique COVID antibody testing

New Zealand diagnostic biotech company Pictor’s world-leading COVID-19 antibody testing regime has completed validation trials at two separate sites the United States.

COVID-19 response upgrades completed at Tauranga Hospital - BOPDHB

COVID-19 response upgrade works which will enhance the care of patients and their whanau and improve staff safety have been completed at Tauranga Hospital.

A fuzzy molecular threesome 'is the basis of gene expression'

Unstructured proteins are a relatively new scientific discovery and we are only just starting to understand their power in biology and disease.

Australian Aged care facility choses NZ software company

Leading software provider partners with newly completed Gnullingoo Mia Aged Care facility

People turning out in droves for their COVID booster vaccinations - Hawke's Bay DHB

Hawke’s Bay people are turning out in their droves to receive their COVID-19 booster vaccination just two days in from becoming eligible for their booster dose.

Taking the barb out of the barbeque this summer - Toi Te Ora Public Health

What better way to enjoy summer than to eat outdoors? Before you lay those kebabs on the barbeque and whip up a salad - take a minute to ensure you, your friends and family will be safe from the misery of food poisoning.

'Maintain vigilance to protect against COVID-19 this summer'

COVID-19 continues to spread in the Bay of Plenty and Lakes districts, and the local Medical Officer of Health is reminding people to be extremely vigilant.

Unsafe recreational water quality in Waikirikiri (Selwyn River) at Glentunnel

Canterbury District Health Board’s Community and Public Health unit has issued a health warning after high levels of faecal bacteria were found in consecutive samples taken from in Waikirikiri (Selwyn River) at Glentunnel.

Hawke's Bay DHB reaches 90% fully vaccinated on New Year's Eve

Hawke’s Bay people can enjoy New Year’s Eve knowing the region is better protected against COVID-19 with 90 percent of the eligible population now fully vaccinated.