Expert commentary by University of Otago Professor of Biochemistry Kurt Krause on the World Health Organization’s list of the most important antibiotic-resistant bacterial pathogens:
In line with the World Health Organisation global Hearing Day theme of ‘Action for Hearing Loss: Make a Sound Investment’ the Listen Hear! New Zealand report focuses on the social and economic costs of hearing loss in New Zealand.
Researchers from University of Otago are among the first recipients of two new grants from PHARMAC and the Health Research Council of New Zealand (HRC).
Researchers from Auckland and Otago Universities are the first recipients of new grants from PHARMAC and the Health Research Council of New Zealand (HRC).
New research has found that regular exercise improves communication behaviours among children with autism.
A survey reporting significant concern with under-staffing and inadequate resourcing in the public health system will resonate with senior doctors, says Ian Powell, Executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS).
Nine out of ten people working in health say they don’t have enough staff or resources, according to a new survey.
The YesWeCare.nz Survey of 6000 health workers found:
Hearing Week - 26 February to 4 March
Everyday, we see new technologies emerging and as it is Hearing Week let’s ask the question about where New Zealanders are sitting when it comes to using hearing aids and receiving cochlear implants.
Altogether Autism has announced the first keynote speakers for its 2017 conference on July 19 and 20 in Auckland, which will explore the theme of transitions.
The union for senior doctors, the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS), acknowledges the considerable work Labour’s Deputy Leader and health spokesperson Annette King has done in her time in Parliament and wishes her all the best for the future.
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