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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences (FMHS) at : Committed to improving the health of communities through teaching, research and engagement.
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Dr Siouxsie Wiles 6h
About to go live with a test run of our covid-19 webcast. Join us!
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Dr Siouxsie Wiles 10h
Join me today for a virtual coffee & webcast thanks to - we're testing out the tech at 3:30pm. Submit your questions to NZcovid@gmail.com
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences 11h
Don't let working from home stop you from staying connected! There is a virtual morning tea coming up on Friday for doctoral students, so boil the jug and sign up today.
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences 13h
Replying to @SiouxsieW
Some countries are now using a serology test, which uses blood or serum samples to look for antibodies we produce in response to the virus. explains its strengths and weaknesses.
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Colin Tukuitonga Mar 29
Now is a good time to consider a career in health - how about Pharmacy Have a look here (sorry about the hairdo!)
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Mar 29
Replying to @FMHS_UoA
Pregnant during a pandemic? 🤰 It's understandable if you feel anxious, says Dr Michelle Wise, but be reassured that all maternity services are still operating.
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Mar 29
For the last few weeks, the daily voice of calm has been director-general of health . From the archives is profile of Dr Bloomfield written in Aug 2018, not long after he stepped into health's top job.
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Mar 29
Replying to @SiouxsieW
“I am very sad to hear of the first death from COVID-19 in Aotearoa New Zealand. My thoughts go out to the person’s family and friends, and to all of the people who cared for them during their illness." -
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Mar 29
Replying to @SiouxsieW @ScienceUoA
So cool to see amongst these heroes, as well as some of our friends from !
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Mar 29
Replying to @minhealthnz @dr_matire
Yesterday, released numbers of NZ cases in Māori and Pacific people. says if COVID-19 was to enter any of these vulnerable communities it would have dire impacts.
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Mar 29
Replying to @SiouxsieW
A widely reported study revealed that COVID-19 can be made to be airborne, but that doesn’t mean you’ll ever catch it that way. does some myth-busting.
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Mar 29
Is this an alternative to handshaking? 😂
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Mar 29
Replying to @emmawehipeihana
Medical student made a slow and deliberate trip to the supermarket yesterday, where she found that we are approaching social distancing in a very New Zealand way.
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Mar 29
Replying to @dr_matire
“Urutā is a website set up by Māori health experts... to provide accurate and consistent evidence-based information... about COVID-19". talks about Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā - National Māori Pandemic Group.
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Mar 27
Listen: While there are plenty of flu vaccines in NZ, unprecedented circumstances have led to distribution issues. Associate Professor Nikki Turner from explains how you can access you annual flu jab.
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Mar 26
“Each day, think of one thing you are grateful for." “Be kind – do 3 nice things today.”
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The University of Auckland Mar 26
Professor of Gerontology, Vanessa Burholt, says we need to ensure a time of physical isolation doesn't become a time of loneliness, especially for our most vulnerable.
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Mar 26
Replying to @PetousisH @njmoreland
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Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Mar 26
Watch from 4.30 to see the findings of explored.
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