Māori Health Matters

Confessions of a racist Doctor. I am racist.  I was born in an Australian capital city, a nation with a history of political non-compliance with The Universal Declaration of Human Rights to its mistreatment of indigenous peoples since 1788.  The 1901 White Australia policy excluded people of non-European ethnic...

Introducing Kotahitanga

Here ED experts from around NZ review cutting edge literature. Kotahitanga’s mission is to share that wisdom and accelerate the dissemination of locally beneficial new ideas in Emergency Medicine. Download the full publication here:...

CRUSH episode 2, FAST

As part of our contribution to free and open medical education, the team at Taupo Hospital will feature a series of short and accessible ultrasound posts aimed at Rural Generalist trainees. For further certification in POCUS check out Otago Universities Post Graduate Certificate. Here is episode 2. Enjoy....

BATman; Barkers Anaesthetic Tips

In this series Dr Glenn Barker will bring you tips on all things anaesthesia, airway and retrieval. Here is his first episode on Art line set up. Glenn is a Rural Hospitalist with JCCA and Post Grad Cert in Aeromedical Retrieval....

Introducing CRandalls Ultrasound Hit: CRUSH

As part of our contribution to free and open medical education, the team at Taupo Hospital will feature a series of short and accessible ultrasound posts aimed at Rural Generalist trainees. For further certification in POCUS check out Otago Universities Post Graduate Certificate Here is episode 1. Enjoy....

Kotahitanga 1

Hello and welcome to this first publication of Kotahitanga. Here we hope to share the collective brain power of New Zealand’s Emergency Departments’ Journal Clubs. ...

COVID–19 pandemic and rural generalism

“New Zealanders recently learnt that the first COVID-19 patient death occurred in Greymouth Hospital. What has been most revealing for local clinicians is the effect on our workforce. Simultaneously 21 staff members have been put into self-isolation.” Read the full article here Open Access in the NZMJ. Senior managers and...

Kai Māori

Chareese and Alex Henare. Are traditional low carb, healthy fat diets the key to reversing T2DM?...

Deadly Health Jobs – inspiring the next generation of Indigenous health professionals

  Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers and Health Professionals make valuable contributions to healthcare across Australia through their clinical and cultural knowledge skills. Creating sustainable career pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workers in the health sector is vital to help close the gap in Indigenous...

Researching Remotely

You just can’t miss it. A grass green building with multi-coloured panels representing our frangipanis, sea and sand. The Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicines (AITHM) Tropical Research Centre (or as locals like to call it – the colour-colour building) was officially opened last fortnight on Thursday Island....