Kiwis making mark in health dominate New Zealander of Year Awards

All three finalists for this year’s New Zealand of the Year Award have health connections along with at least four finalists for other award categories due to be announced in February.

Online GP service hopes to clear clogged system

A new online service hopes to put an end to spending hours in a doctor's waiting room.

‘Bug memories’ could help fight looming crisis

Even bacteria have memories - and learning more about them could help combat the grave and growing threat of antimicrobial resistance.

Artificial intelligence not the end of radiologists says new president

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.

Hospital adopts green initiative to stop drugs going down the sink

A nurse-led initiative is stopping liquid morphine and similar drugs at a Wellington Hospital from being flushed into New Zealand’s waterways.

Mobile surgical bus moving with the times

New Zealand's unique mobile surgical bus service is looking to incorporate new technologies.

Kiwi breastfeeding app had more than 12K downloads

A free smartphone app for new mums seeking user-friendly breastfeeding advice developed in the Midland region has exceeded expectations.

Inspirational ‘who’s who’ list of Māori health leaders

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.

Nationwide cellphone disaster alert to be tested this month

A new emergency alert system which sends alerts to cellphones around New Zealand is being rolled out across the country.

New simulator for tricky neonatal surgery to be trialled

New Zealand surgeons are developing a tiny, life-like simulator so they can train to do a tricky piece of keyhole surgery on newborns.
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