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Pacific language videos: Cook Islands

03 Aug, 2020
The Cook Islands episode in AUT’s Pacific language video series – ‘Adapting to a changing world, shaping resilient futures’ – is out now.
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Pioneers of 'Co-creative TA' celebrated

24 Jul, 2020
AUT Professor of Psychotherapy, Keith Tudor, has received the 2020 Eric Berne Memorial Award in Transactional Analysis (TA).
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World Brain Day 2020

22 Jul, 2020
New Zealand’s most cited scientist features in a series of interviews with global experts for World Brain Day.
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Assisted dying referendum

21 Jul, 2020
NZ’s law lacks necessary detail to make a fully informed decision, says Dr Rhona Winnington.
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Pacific language videos: Kiribati

13 Jul, 2020
The Kiribati instalment in the AUT Pacific language video series – ‘Adapting to a changing world, shaping resilient futures’ – has been released.
Rhona Winnington

Assisted dying and social consequences

29 Jun, 2020
A new case study highlights the stigma associated with assisted dying and patients feeling obligated to terminate their own lives prematurely.
Valery Feigin

A Declaration on the stroke 'pandemic'

10 Jun, 2020
Professor Valery Feigin has co-authored the World Stroke Organisation (WSO) Declaration on Global Prevention of Stroke and Dementia.
Alice Theadom

Helmets, head injuries and horse power

04 Jun, 2020
A new study of equestrian concussion shows that the basic function of riding helmets is misunderstood.
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AUT confirms investigation took place

02 Jun, 2020
AUT confirms harassment complaint was formally investigated
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Pacific language video series

08 May, 2020
A video series by AUT will highlight the Pacific Islands Families (PIF) Study’s work in shaping resilient futures for Pacific communities.
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Physio for older adults from a distance

01 May, 2020
AUT researchers have developed an exercise programme for housebound older adults, to prevent loss of mobility and independence during COVID-19.

Webinars tackle racism in Aotearoa

05 Mar, 2020
An innovative new event creating open access resources for Tiriti education and the fight against racism is taking place from March 21-30 2020.

How adolescents define well being

03 Mar, 2020
Tweens see family and friends as the surest way towards wellbeing
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Nearly everyone at risk of stroke

25 Feb, 2020
Professor Valery Feigin at AUT suggests that categorising people into ‘low, moderate or high’ risk of stroke should be abandoned.
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High-carb food a cause of tooth decay

07 Feb, 2020
An AUT study is recommending changes to eating guidelines for young people to reduce New Zealand’s epidemic of childhood tooth decay.
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Policy requires te Tiriti compliance

05 Feb, 2020
Dr Heather Came advocates a new tool for evaluating health policy in relation to te Tiriti o Waitangi.

AUT professor named ISBNPA president

31 Jan, 2020
Professor Erica Hinckson has been elected as President of the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity.
Emeritus Professor of Nutrition, Elaine Rush

Big bodies need big servings of 5+ a day

14 Jan, 2020
New study recommends greater variety and colour in food dietary guidelines, and serving sizes in direct proportion to body size.
Dr Ali Seyfoddin

Medicinal cannabis research

13 Dec, 2019
AUT and Zeacann Ltd have received approval from the Ministry of Health for medicinal cannabis research and development.
Professor Valery Feigin

Plan to mitigate neurological disorders

11 Dec, 2019
Professor Valery Feigin leads global strategy to bridge the gap between growing burden of neurological disorders and overstretched health resources.
Professor Denise Wilson

Empathy needed to reduce family violence

04 Dec, 2019
AUT report finds that agencies and services designed to aid wāhine Māori in unsafe relationships often contribute to their entrapment.
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New accolades for most cited scientist

21 Nov, 2019
AUT’s Professor Valery Feigin has been elected as both a Fellow of the Royal Society Te Apārangi and a Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
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Disrupting the public health workforce

18 Nov, 2019
New Zealand's public health workforce is rapidly changing in response to local and global trends, including new technologies and widening inequities.
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AUT gets 5 QS stars in all categories

13 Nov, 2019
AUT has received the maximum five stars for the first time in every category according to the global education analysts QS in their recent results.
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New Professors and Associate Professors

07 Nov, 2019
AUT has announced the promotion of 12 leading academics to the position of Professor. A further 15 academics have been appointed as Associate Professors.
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Leading the world in stroke prevention

29 Oct, 2019
This year’s World Stroke Day campaign encourages everyone to use the free Stroke Riskometer mobile app developed at AUT by Professor Valery Feigin.
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World Mental Health Day

10 Oct, 2019
AUT is hosting the first of many events that will take place globally over the next 24 hours.
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Study of Pacific people comes of age

07 Oct, 2019
For nearly 20 years, an AUT study has been tracking the development of 1,400 Pacific children.
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AUT celebrates 30 years of psychotherapy

24 Sep, 2019
Professor Keith Tudor reflects on ‘talk therapy’ – where we’ve been and why we need more.
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AUT moves up 50 places in world rankings

12 Sep, 2019
AUT is now in the top 1% of world universities and in the top 50 for research citations.
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19 first in family scholarships awarded

05 Sep, 2019
19 AUT students were awarded Woolf Fisher First-in-Family AUT Scholarships at a celebration event at the AUT South Campus on Thursday 29 August.
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Making rural New Zealand age-friendly

29 Aug, 2019
Research from the AUT Centre for Active Ageing adds the voice of rural-dwelling older people to recommendations for age-friendly communities.
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AUT podiatry partnership with DHB

19 Aug, 2019
AUT and Waitematā DHB have teamed-up to provide trainee podiatrists with experience in the diagnosis of foot-related complications from diabetes.
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Mobile medical clinics a world first

29 Jul, 2019
Dr Lance O’Sullivan, AUT Māori Entrepreneur in Residence, has revealed his plans to launch 200 mobile drive-through medical clinics across NZ by 2021.
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Five questions: Prof. Stephen Neville

22 Jul, 2019
We asked Professor Stephen Neville five questions about his research ahead of his Inaugural Professorial Address.
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Student collab enhances patient care

19 Jul, 2019
AUT Integrated Health (AIH) provides primary healthcare, specialised services and programmes for the community.
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Ethnic disparities in child protection

19 Jul, 2019
AUT research shows that Māori children are almost four times more likely to be placed out of home by child protection services.
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Five questions: Valerie Wright-St Clair

03 Jul, 2019
We asked Professor Valerie Wright-St Clair five questions about her research ahead of her Inaugural Professorial Address.
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New chair in digital health

05 Jun, 2019
Dr Lester Levy joins AUT as its new Professor of Digital Health Leadership
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62% increase in AUT researchers

30 Apr, 2019
Growing expertise to help New Zealand and the world
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Social interaction impaired by mild-TBI

17 Apr, 2019
AUT research shows that even a mild brain injury can impair social cognition, which may cause difficulties in communication, relationships and employment.
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Digital divide for aged care residents

26 Mar, 2019
A new study funded by InternetNZ shows that aged care residents are dependent on family and friends to keep them digitally connected.
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Christchurch tragedy

15 Mar, 2019
The tragic event in Christchurch today devastates us. Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with the victims, their friends and families.
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Education key to fight gender inequality

08 Mar, 2019
Dr Pani Farvid recommends an educational primary prevention approach that seeks to stop the manifestations of gender inequality before they occur.
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Marginalisation on health policy groups

08 Mar, 2019
A new study, which explores Māori and Pasifika leaders’ experiences on government advisory groups, indicates ongoing inequities in the development of New Z
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Boost for breast cancer treatment

01 Mar, 2019
Study discovers potential new tool to help doctors select the best treatment.
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Fat-shaming in public health

01 Feb, 2019
Dr Isaac Warbrick argues that societal and institutional racism affect nutrition, physical activity and weight loss in indigenous communities.
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Young adults at risk of stroke

23 Jan, 2019
Almost one in four people aged 25 years are at risk of developing a stroke during their lifetime, according to a new scientific study.
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Gaining skills for the workplace

14 Dec, 2018
Auckland Council are proud to sponsor the overall achievement prize for the AUT Edge Award, an extra-curricular employability award at AUT.
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NZ has the world's highest MND mortality

28 Nov, 2018
The Global Burden of Disease study reveals that New Zealand’s rate of mortality from motor neuron disease is 2.2 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants.
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Researching inflammation and depression

26 Nov, 2018
Auckland University of Technology has won a Marsden Grant of $827K to investigate the relationship between inflammation in the body and depression.
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Global Burden of Disease Brain Summit

26 Nov, 2018
International researchers, health professionals and policymakers will gather at AUT on November 27.
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Oral therapy student intake to increase

21 Nov, 2018
AUT is increasing oral therapy student intake three-fold to help meet the oral health crisis.
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AUT ranked #1 in NZ for health subjects

09 Nov, 2018
AUT has climbed in the THE World University Rankings published today. The rankings by subject place AUT first in NZ for its health subjects.
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Five AUT Marsden Fund grants

08 Nov, 2018
Five projects led by AUT researchers have been granted funding totalling $3.58 million in new research for the university, in this Marsden Fund round.
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New Professors and Associate Professors

01 Nov, 2018
AUT has announced the promotion to Professor of seven senior academics. A further 16 academics have been appointed as Associate Professors.
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Minister launches sustainable blueprint

24 Oct, 2018
The Minister for Climate Change, the Hon James Shaw officially launched AUT’s Sustainability Roadmap on Friday 19 October.
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World Mental Health Day 2018

10 Oct, 2018
Youth mental health has been recognised as a priority in New Zealand, but more needs to be done says Professor Max Abbott
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THE rankings place AUT in NZ top three

27 Sep, 2018
AUT has significantly improved in global university rankings published today by the Times Higher Education.
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Professor honoured for stroke prevention

14 Sep, 2018
Professor Valery Feigin won this year’s Excellence in Stroke Award for his ground-breaking contribution to stroke prevention.
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AUT 2019 domestic and international fees

13 Sep, 2018
Tuition fees for new domestic students, and for domestic and international students currently enrolled in a programme will increase in 2019.
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ISBS honours AUT Vice Chancellor

12 Sep, 2018
Vice Chancellor Derek McCormack’s championing of sports science has been honoured with the Inaugural ISBS 2018 Conference President’s Award.
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Nursing: from picket lines to policy

05 Sep, 2018
Dr Jed Montayre, from the School of Clinical Sciences, is heading to Switzerland for the Global Nursing Leadership Institute (GNLI) Policy Programme.
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Indigenous health: power & politics

02 Aug, 2018
AUT recently hosted a public conversation on indigenous health with visiting political scientist Dominic O’Sullivan.
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Pacific youth at risk if mothers gamble

09 Jul, 2018
AUT research sheds light on the intergenerational effects of gambling among Pacific families.

Debunking perceptions of safety

04 Jul, 2018
A collaboration between AUT’s Midwifery department, Auckland District Health Board and Birthcare led to the opening of three refurbished birthing rooms.

AUT and PharmaCann collaborate

02 Jul, 2018
AUT has partnered with PharmaCann New Zealand Ltd to research the development of medicinal cannabis products in New Zealand.
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What Māori men think about exercise

22 Jun, 2018
AUT research looks at what motivates Māori men to be physically active.

Microsoft takes AUT student across globe

19 Jun, 2018
Second-year Bachelor of Health Science student Jackie Chan is travelling across the globe as a Microsoft Student Partner.
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Disparity in chronic pain services

12 Jun, 2018
AUT research highlights ethnic disparities in attendance at New Zealand's chronic pain services.
Dianne Lummis (Programme Leader, Child and Adolescent Psychology) and Mariana Torkington (Lecturer, Psychotherapy and Counselling).

New clinic delivers vital support

21 May, 2018
AUT has launched a new psychotherapy clinic dedicated to improving the mental and emotional wellbeing of children and their families.
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New book sheds light on fasting

20 Apr, 2018
We’re fatter and sicker than ever before – and according to a new book, the answer to this modern scourge could lie in the age-old practice of fasting.
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4 questions with Professor Duncan Reid

13 Apr, 2018
We asked Professor of Physiotherapy Duncan Reid four questions about his research at the time of his Inaugural Professorial Address.
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Fijian reproductive health worse in NZ

28 Mar, 2018

A new study shows that indigenous Fijian women living in New Zealand are not benefitting from the higher level of resources available.

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Kava drinking research highlighted in global report

14 Mar, 2018

AUT PhD student, Edmond Fehoko, continues to garner international attention with his master’s thesis on the experiences and perceptions of New Zealand-born Tongan males participating in the faikava or kava drinking circle.


AUT increases presence in QS subject rankings

01 Mar, 2018

New global rankings show AUT now has 13 subjects ranked, with two of them featuring in the top 50 in the world.

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Newly announced patrons help tackle loneliness in older kiwis

19 Feb, 2018

Sir Bob Harvey and Professor Max Abbott (CNZM) have been appointed as co-patrons of the Silver Line Charitable Trust New Zealand.

AUT Health officially opens

12 Oct, 2017

AUT Health, Auckland University of Technology’s clinical services hub based near AUT North Campus, was officially opened by the Vice-Chancellor yesterday. He was joined by North Campus Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the Faculty of Health & Environmental Sciences, Professor Max Abbott, as well as staff, industry partners and neighbouring health providers.


AUT helping students build mental strength

10 Oct, 2017

Auckland University of Technology (AUT) has marked Mental Health Awareness Week with the release of a new Resilience App for staff and students, the first of its kind by a New Zealand university.

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New fatigue fighting tool offers MS patients hope

07 Sep, 2017

A new app is now available to help those with multiple sclerosis (MS) cope with fatigue. The app, MS Energise, launched last week and uses cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) principles to help users self-manage the fatigue they experience as a result of their condition.

Radilaite Cammock

02 Sep, 2017

Rural medicine school well intended but misplaced

29 Aug, 2017

National’s election announcement of funding to establish a new school of rural medicine is well intended but misplaced, according to Auckland University of Technology Dean of Health and Environmental Sciences Professor Max Abbott.


United Nations to review the state of NZ racism

14 Aug, 2017

A New Zealand collective will today present to the United Nations in Geneva, drawing attention to the existence, prevalence and entrenchment of institutional racism targeting Māori in Aotearoa.


Pacific mental health expert scoops national leadership award

14 Aug, 2017

Dr Monique Faleafa was last week named winner of the 2017 eHealth Innovation Leadership Award by AUT’s Centre for eHealth.


Third med school a “shag on a rock” says professor

10 Aug, 2017

Professor Max Abbott, Dean of the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences at Auckland University of Technology (AUT), says a third medical school at Waikato University would be a “shag on a rock” and will not address urgent, longer-term rural health needs.


Big result for Pacific health research at AUT

20 Jun, 2017

AUT’s Pacific Islands Families (PIF) Study has been awarded three research grants, each worth $1.2 million over three years, by the Health Research Council of New Zealand.


Working together for healthy communities

09 Jun, 2017

Professor Elaine Rush is calling for the food industry and healthy eating campaigners to work together to create a healthier South Auckland.


International Day of the Midwife

04 May, 2017

AUT celebrates 10 years of educating student midwives at Middlemore Hospital as part of a unique collaboration with Counties Manukau Health.


AUT Professor appointed Chief Education Health & Nutrition Advisor

20 Apr, 2017

AUT’s Professor Grant Schofield has been announced the Ministry of Education’s new Chief Education Health and Nutrition Advisor, an appointment aimed at helping New Zealand learners reach their full potential.

AUT receives funding for Pacific health study on ageing

05 Dec, 2016

The Pacific Islands Families (PIF) Study at AUT South Campus has been awarded almost $1 million for innovative research as part of the ‘Ageing Well’ National Science Challenge.

Top paramedics compete in Ferno Sim Challenge

24 Nov, 2016

Australasia’s top paramedics assembled at Auckland University of Technology (AUT) to compete in the annual Ferno Sim Challenge – a world-class, high-fidelity, emergency response simulation designed to test their mettle and clinical skills.

AUT academic awarded Young Psychologist of the Year

02 Nov, 2016

Dr Alice Theadom, Deputy Director of AUT’s National Institute for Stroke and Applied Neurosciences (NISAN), has been honoured by the New Zealand Psychological Society for her research accomplishments. The senior psychology lecturer was awarded the G.V. Goddard Early Career Award, in recognition of her scholarly contributions to the field of applied professional psychology.

AUT scholars receive prestigious HRC awards

01 Nov, 2016

Five AUT scholars were yesterday announced as recipients of the Health Research Council’s 2017 career development awards.

Young Nurse of the Year goes to AUT lecturer

18 Oct, 2016

AUT nursing lecturer Dr Jed Montayre has been named Young Nurse of the Year by the New Zealand Nurses Association (NZNO).

The award recognises outstanding practice, contribution to nursing and entrepreneurship in young nurses.

World Mental Health Day event explores psychological first-aid

14 Oct, 2016

World Mental Health Day (WMHD) was celebrated on Monday 10 October with a thought-provoking event at AUT’s North Campus.

The event focussed on the WMHD 2016 theme of psychological and mental health first-aid, highlighting the fact that we each have a role to play in the health of our social networks. A panel of industry-leading speakers talked about how to provide effective psychological first-aid, and the current climate of mental health in New Zealand.

Paramedicine students visit trauma capital

05 Oct, 2016

Three paramedicine students from AUT South Campus recently returned from clinical placement in Cape Town – ‘the trauma capital of the world’.

Zoe Farmer, Brody Mangos and Sam Rabone are completing the second year of a Bachelor of Health Science in Paramedicine.

New groups to tackle loneliness in older people

30 Sep, 2016

Two new groups launched yesterday, with the shared objective of promoting active ageing and advancing the health and wellbeing of older people. Ensuring communities are inclusive and encourage social engagement is key to achieving this goal.

Research scholarship to shed light on racism in NZ health system

08 Sep, 2016

AUT Masters student Emma Rawson has been awarded the inaugural Whakauae Pae Tawhiti Scholarship for Māori Health Research, to further her work investigating institutional racism in public health units’ human resources practices

Ending institutional racism in public health organisations

06 Sep, 2016

Academics and public health practitioners have come together to host New Zealand’s first ever symposium on ending institutional racism in the public health sector.

AUT crash simulation stops traffic

05 Sep, 2016

Paramedicine students from AUT South Campus were put through their paces during a lifelike crash simulation in Auckland Central on August 27.

AUT academics receive Health Research Council honours

30 Aug, 2016

The Health Research Council of New Zealand (HRC) has honoured AUT health researchers Professor Valery Feigin and Dr Alice Theadom for their contributions to health research excellence.

AUT ‘Nothing Else’ snack bar to take on commercial market

11 Aug, 2016

A healthier muesli bar developed by Auckland University of Technology (AUT) is set to take on the commercial snack bar market this month.

Key New Zealand health target must change, says Professor

29 Jul, 2016

One of New Zealand’s top six priority health targets needs revision, according to the lead author of a study published in Nature Reviews Neurology.

Widespread support for cannabis law reform

15 Jul, 2016

A recent assembly at the Auckland Town Hall has put the spotlight on New Zealand’s cannabis laws. The public event, Start the Conversation, addressed the impact of current cannabis laws on New Zealanders, and called for legislative reform to curb the harm caused by the country’s current approach to drug use.

Public forum to unlock debate on cannabis

22 Jun, 2016

AUT Professor Max Abbott is set to speak at a public event on Monday evening, addressing growing community concern about cannabis use and legislation.

Air pollution a major contributor to stroke burden, finds new study

14 Jun, 2016

New research has uncovered that air pollution contributes to around one third of strokes worldwide. The startling findings, published last week in The Lancet Neurology, are the result of work led by Professor Valery Feigin - Director of AUT's National Institute for Stroke and Applied Neurosciences.

AUT inspires Seychelles’ response to childhood obesity

02 Jun, 2016

AUT South Campus recently played host to Director of Family Health and Nutrition Programmes for the Seychelles Islands, Rosie Bistoquet.

Mentor initiative drive Pacific midwives numbers up

17 May, 2016

Pacific midwife numbers are on the rise in South Auckland, thanks to a mentoring initiative led by Pasifika Midwives Aotearoa, supported by AUT midwifery department.

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Tackling Pacific health issues through better nutrition

18 Dec, 2015

A group of passionate Pacific workers will soon be taking their messages of healthy eating to communities ranging from Northland to Waikato.


AUT team wins prestigious Marsden grant

13 Nov, 2015

Auckland University of Technology has been awarded a sought-after research grant from the Marsden Fund.


Prestigious research honour goes to AUT stroke expert

13 Nov, 2015

The Royal Society of New Zealand has awarded Professor Valery Feigin the MacDiarmid Medal for outstanding scientific research.


Government plan to tackle obesity addresses only half the problem – AUT nutrition expert

21 Oct, 2015

Auckland University of Technology Professor of Nutrition Elaine Rush says the plan unveiled by government on Monday to tackle obesity in New Zealand does not take into consideration the importance of school-based physical education and issues of food security.


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Mentoring programme helps boost Hato Petera students’ academic success

10 Dec, 2014

A unique mentoring programme run by AUT University students and Hato Petera College on Auckland’s North Shore is helping raise the achievement levels of the College’s NCEA cohort.


AUT PhD candidate to represent NZ at prestigious Commonwealth Science Conference

25 Nov, 2014

AUT University PhD candidate Gardette Valmonte will represent New Zealand at the Royal Society’s Commonwealth Science Conference in Bangalore this week.


AUT University Professor receives prestigious World Stroke Organisation award

30 Oct, 2014

The World Stroke Organization (WSO) has awarded AUT University’s Professor Valery Feigin with the prestigious WSO President’s Award.


What smokers really want – Smokefree Nurses campaign launches

24 Oct, 2014

Smokefree Nurses Aotearoa has launched a new campaign to aid nurses in helping patients quit smoking for good.


AUT University Paramedicine team shows expertise on world stage

20 Oct, 2014

A team of AUT University Paramedicine lecturers, based at AUT’s South Campus, have returned from the Paramedics Australasia International Conference (PAIC).


AUT Food Network develops new healthy snack bar

08 Oct, 2014

The AUT Food Network has developed a healthy new snack bar under the University’s Nothing Else brand.


AUT Professor named a finalist in NZ Innovators Awards 2014

16 Sep, 2014

AUT University Professor of Neurology and Epidemiology Valery Feigin has been announced as a finalist in two categories of the New Zealand Innovators Awards.


Giant squid dissection held at AUT University

29 Aug, 2014

AUT researchers got up close and personal with not one, but three giant squids yesterday.


AUT University partners with Roche Diagnostics

26 Jun, 2014

AUT University is proud to announce the opening of the AUT Roche Diagnostics Laboratory.

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