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Opinion: If we legalise cannabis we must keep business at bay
We must beware of extreme ideological positions in our cannabis discussion. In particular it would be good to acknowledge the "war on drugs" is not a...
Gaps in health professionals’ knowledge about HPV and cervical screening
The first New Zealand study of health professionals' knowledge and understanding about the human papillomavirus has identified significant knowledge...
Study shows strong support for community and non-profit approaches to cannabis reform
New research indicates significant support for non-commercial and community-managed approaches to regulate cannabis.
Public health researcher in top 1 per cent of cited scientists
Professor John Potter has been named as one of only 16 New Zealand scientists listed in the top one per cent of most cited scientists in the world.
Can eating chicken feathers build muscle?
New research suggests chicken feathers could have potential as a protein supplement for people wanting to build or maintain lean body mass.
Event success stimulates sport development
Professor Andy Martin recently had his research examining the long-term participation and engagement of children taking part in triathlon published...
Going global in sports’ sector work experience
The opportunity to undertake Work-Integrated Learning sport industry projects internationally has provided great personal and professional learning...
Work-Integrated Learning a win for Massey grads
Work-Integrated Learning opportunities in the sport industry continue to lead to employability for graduates from the School of Sport, Exercise and...
Creating the next generation of sports industry professionals
Professor Andy Martin doesn't just pass on knowledge to his students - he develops "confident people who can thrive anywhere".
Managing fatigue and shift work in hospital-based nursing
The Safer Nursing 24/7 Project has released a draft national code of practice for managing fatigue and shift work in hospital-based nursing for a...

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