AUT Pacific youth mental health study

Almost 1000 Pacific youth living in South Auckland, New Zealand, will be invited to take part in newly funded research to explore how cultural identity, family and employment affect their mental health and how their

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AUT Associate Professor receives inaugural PHANZ Pasifika Award

Associate Professor Dr El-Shadan Tautolo has been recognised for his outstanding achievement and leadership in Pacific public health. The Public Health Association of New Zealand honours outstanding contributions to the

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Language fluency and mental disorders

A study of Pacific mothers in New Zealand reveals that being fluent in both English and Pacific languages may decrease the likelihood of postpartum mental disorders. English-and-Pacific speaking mothers had the lowest

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