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Postgraduate research opportunities in public health

Ngā ara rangahau – tohu paerua

Predicting risk of diabetes complications and costs using machine learning with equity analysis

Supervisors
Dr Nhung Nghiem, Professor Nick Wilson, a computer scientist (TBC)
Level
Master’s

Private choices, public costs: A follow-up study

Supervisor
Dr Erin Penno and Dr Trudy Sullivan
Level
Master’s

Mental health services: experiences and outcomes

Supervisors
Professor Sarah Derrett, Associate Professor Emma Wyeth
Level
Master’s

Post-injury Health, Disability and Well-being Outcomes: Multiple projects available

Supervisors
Professor Sarah Derrett, Associate Professor Emma Wyeth, Dr Helen Harcombe
Levels
Master’s, PhD

The historical role of parks in representing colonial Aotearoa

Supervisor
Dr Robin Quigg
Level
Master’s



Smoking and occupation in Aotearoa: A census-based analysis

Supervisors
Professor Richard Edwards, Associate Professor James Stanley
Levels
Master’s, PhD

Transport and ageing

Supervisor
Dr Angela Curl
Levels
Master’s, PhD

Socio-spatial equity and shared micromobility

Supervisor
Dr Angela Curl
Levels
Master’s, PhD, Postdoctoral

Transport accessibility and relation to health and social outcomes

Supervisor
Dr Angela Curl
Levels
Master’s, PhD

Social and distributional impacts of transport

Supervisor
Dr Angela Curl
Levels
Master’s, PhD

Older adults experiences of the pedestrian environment

Supervisor
Dr Angela Curl
Levels
Master’s, PhD


Transport and Health: Multiple projects available

Supervisor
Dr Rebecca McLean
Levels
Master’s, PhD

Qualitative methods

Supervisor
Associate Professor Lee Thompson
Level
PhD

Tobacco control and vaping

Supervisor
Associate Professor Lee Thompson
Level
PhD

Pleasure and health

Supervisor
Associate Professor Lee Thompson
Level
PhD

Critical approaches to public health and health promotion

Supervisor
Associate Professor Lee Thompson
Level
PhD

Health professionals and interprofessional boundaries

Supervisor
Associate Professor Lee Thompson
Level
PhD