We have a new cohort of 3rd year Bachelor of Nursing Pacific and Bachelor of Nursing students on placement with us at Moana Research for the next six weeks – Ngapoko Samuela, Jessica Van Dorp, Teremaki (Maki) Maata and Kennedy Akaiti. We would like to thank and acknowledge the work the previous BNP5 students –
As part of our nationwide Measles “Catch-up” Campaign, Moana Research and Counties Manukau Health have teamed up with various community groups to deliver drop-in clinics for people to come check whether they have been vaccinated and to provide free MMR vaccinations if needed. The campaign has been an incredible opportunity for us to serve our
The first Pacific Data Sovereignty Network (PDSN) Meeting for 2021 was held at the MIT Pasifika Community Center in February and was a great opportunity for our PDSN members to come together again after a disruptive year of COVID-19. The Pacific Data Sovereignty Consultation Document was at the centre of discussions for the first half
We are excited to have four Bachelor of Nursing Pacific students undertake their clinical placement with Moana Research.
It was a privilege and an honour to attend the Pacific Health Research Symposium held at the University of Auckland’s South Campus in Manukau. Several Pasifika clinicians, public health experts, and academics spoke on a range of topics and issues surrounding Pasifika health. Being a new Research assistant intern with Moana Research as well as
The year 2020 has been unique for everyone. Despite the unprecedented events, this year will be remembered as a year of change and collaborative success. As we near the end of the year, we reflect on the contribution of the health sector in responding to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The World Health
We continue to celebrate Pasifika success in academia with the recent announcement of the HRC Career Development Awards. Congratulations to Dr Analosa Veukiso-Ulugia who was awarded a three-year Pacific Postdoctoral Fellowship and will be supported by Moana Research in partnership with the University of Auckland. Dr Veukiso-Ulugia is no stranger to the Moana Research family,
A new programme developed by Moana Research ‘DigiFale’ is an intergenerational approach designed to strengthen digital health literacy among Pacific communities.
Moana Research attended the Well Child Tamariki Ora Workshop Holiday Inn Rotorua Thursday, 19-20 November 2020.
I have been a paediatric nurse for 8 years at Kidz First Medical, Middlemore Hospital. I have also worked in paediatric surgrical and the neonatal unit. I am a New Zealand born Niue woman and take pride in being able to say I am from “The Rock”.