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The Massey University College of Health, founded in 2013, is an exciting initiative focused on solving the most important health challenges of the 21st century in New Zealand and around the world.
The College of Health partners with New Zealand and international stakeholders to lead the improvement of health and wellbeing, and promote equity and social justice.
In line with the philosophy of Hauora, our strategic approach to learning, teaching and research is to view optimal health and wellbeing as the outcome of multiple factors encompassing individual differences, diversity, social determinants and environmental interactions.
It is important to us to be recognised nationally and internationally for the quality and integrity of our research, the capability of our graduates and our service to others. We develop and promulgate solutions for large and complex problems that affect the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and whänau with the aim of building a brighter world.
Meet our Head of College, Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Jane Mills.
The College of Health makes a difference in the areas of:
The college connects people across collaborative units with outstanding expertise and programmes in nursing, human nutrition and dietetics, food technology, physiology, medical laboratory science, public health, sport and exercise, social work, environmental and occupational health, and disability and rehabilitation.
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Last updated on Tuesday 12 December 2017
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