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Elusive meteorite still an exciting event

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Thursday 15 September 2022

The search has been called off, but the mere possibility of a meteorite falling on Otago land has still got Otago scientists incredibly excited.

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Interprofessional healthcare education boosts early career skills

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Tuesday 9 August 2022

Health professional students who attended a five-week interprofessional education programme in Tairāwhiti run by the University of Otago several times each year developed better teamwork skills and more positive attitudes to working collaboratively with others, a study has found.

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Young people ask for help only once

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Friday 5 August 2022

Psychiatrists are concerned young people in Aotearoa New Zealand are missing out on specialist mental health care with potentially life-long repercussions, according to new research from the Universities of Otago and Auckland.

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