Dr Margaret Wilsher & Professor John Fraser are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2016 Auckland Academic Health Alliance Collaborative Research Grants.
Patients at Auckland Starship hospital were given a musical treat from a couple of the rising stars in the upcoming production of Billy Elliot.
Acknowledging the passing of Sir Graeme Douglas, businessman and philanthropist.
Instead of just prescribing pills and leaving Edward with the advice to eat better, exercise more, and lose weight, a nurse wrote him a ‘Green Prescription'.
Starship Hospital is testing if weekly drops of Vitamin D might help prevent toddlers and babies from admission to hospital with repeat respiratory infections.
Trevor Anderson brings joy to those in the hospital reception, and Seven Sharp thought they’d give him a little surprise…
The 2015 Auckland DHB Research Annual Report, comprising outputs and achievements of Auckland DHB researchers, is now available.
A national community falls prevention programme for people aged over-65 developed jointly by Auckland and Waitemata DHBs was given the official go-ahead today.
22 June was a day for 80+ young people to “fight the fever” in a positive way at HYPE 2016 at Te Oro, Music and Arts Centre for Young People at Glen Innes.
Our most unwell patients will benefit from more than $7 million of funding awarded to Auckland DHB researchers by the Health Research Council of New Zealand.
Acknowledging the passing of Rob Cooper, former Chairperson of Auckland DHB’s Māori Health Committee.
Dr Patrick Kelly, clinical director of Te Puaruruhau, the child protection unit at Starship has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday honours.
The report is now available here. We would like to thank all of those who took time to respond to our survey.
‘Quit now – it’s about whānau’ is the message for this year’s World Smokefree Day, and it starts in Auckland homes and communities.
On Friday 20 May, Auckland DHB will be joining thousands of organisations and individuals throughout New Zealand celebrating Pink Shirt Day.
The A+ Trust Nursing and Midwifery Awards acknowledge the remarkable difference nurses and midwives make to our patients and communities every day.
This week Auckland District Health Board is celebrating National Immunisation Week. The theme for 2016 is 'protecting baby starts in pregnancy'.
Auckland Sexual Health Service is advising regular testing as syphilis continues to rise in the Auckland region, particularly amongst mn having sex with men.
A new elective unit at Auckland City Hospital is reducing overnight stays for patients, ward 62 mainly specialises in elective joint replacements.
New Zealanders are being encouraged to get their loved ones talking about their future and end of life care.