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Security guard turned Massey Scholar – James Cherrington’s journey to Social Work
Master of Social Work graduate James Cherrington, Te iwi o Ngapuhi, te hapū O Ngati Hine, walks in many worlds.
Opinion: “If you don’t have a seat at the table bring a folding chair”
The recent announcement of members for the two new health boards - Health New Zealand and Māori Health Authority Board - has generated much...
Vegetables come first for PhD student
There's a rising interest in a 'vegetable first approach' for babies starting to eat solids, and whether this has an impact on their diet later in...
Students inspired at Indigenous Nurses Aotearoa Conference
Seven Māori nursing students recently attended the 2021 Indigenous Nurses Aotearoa Conference in Wellington, and say it was inspiring and...
Massey Professor strengthens ties with WHO
Professor Sally Casswell of the College of Health has recently increased her involvement with the World Health Organization.
Can damaged hearts heal themselves?
New research has found measuring a protein that forms to create new blood vessels after a heart attack or unstable angina, and determining the...