Epidemics Aotearoa

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Epidemics Aotearoa
Auckland Hospital and the 1918 Influenza Epidemic
How Auckland Hospital coped with influenza cases.
Epidemics Aotearoa
Frontline Pharmacists: Navigating Unprecedented Challenges Amid the Pandemic
The experiences and resilience of a pharmacist during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our Stories
Some history from Palmerston North Hospital: 130 years on
A few milestones to mark the 130th anniversary of Palmerston North Hospital.
Epidemics Aotearoa
Service Above Self
How public service stopped a potential smallpox epidemic in its tracks in 1872.
Trailblazers
The man who built Aotearoa's first iron lung
A creative father and son built a pioneering polio respirator.
Your Place
Pātea's iron lung
Visit Whanganui Regional Museum to learn how polio affected this region.
Your Health Future
Combating measles in Samoa
Help and homecomings. A nurse's commitment to community helps save the lives of many. Could you do the same?
Epidemics Aotearoa
Measles – a modern epidemic
Measles is preventable so why are cases on the rise?
Opinions
Driving Health Services Home
Dr Debbie Dunsford on how tuberculosis screening influenced our Covid-19 response.
Parallels to the past
Just like my Poppa
Learning from the Spanish Flu – one family's story of pandemic loss, a hundred years ago.
Sound & Vision
A terrible time
Listen to the recollection of Eva Nobles, who was aged just 11 when Spanish Flu struck her community.
Telling Science
What is polio?
Polio is viral disease that causes muscle paralysis, especially in children.
Epidemics Aotearoa
Was MIQ new?
A modern take on a centuries-old strategy in the fight against infectious disease.
Epidemics Aotearoa
No pandemic plan
How did the absence of a pandemic plan impact Aotearoa's response?
Epidemics Aotearoa
The Spanish Flu in Aotearoa
An overview of the last great pandemic in New Zealand.
Parallels to the past
Lockdown Learning in 1947
Think lockdown learning and working from home is new? Think again.