The hype about artificial intelligence will not spell the end of human radiologists, says the incoming Kiwi president of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists.
A nurse-led initiative is stopping liquid morphine and similar drugs at a Wellington Hospital from being flushed into New Zealand’s waterways.
A free smartphone app for new mums seeking user-friendly breastfeeding advice developed in the Midland region has exceeded expectations.
Māori have identified a ‘who’s who’ of successful Māori health leaders – including Sir Mason Durie, Mike King, Willie Jackson and Dr Hinemoa Elder – to help motivate the next generation of leaders.
A new emergency alert system which sends alerts to cellphones around New Zealand is being rolled out across the country.
New Zealand surgeons are developing a tiny, life-like simulator so they can train to do a tricky piece of keyhole surgery on newborns.
A study will explore if an e-screening tool can increase the rate of mental health assessments in youth, and make it easier to disclose sensitive information.
Life-threatening and complicated childbirths can now be trained for on a life-like human simulator, only the second of its kind in New Zealand, at Waikato Hospital.