Welcome to the School of Health Sciences
Our programmes and research activities respond to the dynamic nature of the health and education sector and its workforce.
Read about the successes of some of our current students, recent graduates, as well as the inspirational research being conducted by our postgraduate students.
Graeme Davey Doctoral Scholarship in Cancer Epidemiology
The School of Health Sciences is delighted to be able to offer the Graeme Davey Doctoral Scholarship for Doctoral study in Cancer Epidemiology. Below is the application form and regulations for your information. If you require further information please contact Professor Ann Richardson Ann.Richardson@canterbury.ac.nz
Pukemanu-Dovedale Child and Family Psychology Centre.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Karyn France & Suzi Hall, and the rest of the team for obtaining a $180,00 donation from Sir Campbell and Lady Leita Wylie Foundation to support the Pukemanu-Dovedale Child and Family Psychology Centre. The donation is a recognition of the quality and value of service provided to the community. The money will be distributed over a 3-year period.
School of Health Sciences Seminar Series:
Title: How Twin Studies Explain and Predict Your Access to Health Services and Utilization of Health Care in Postgenomic Era
When: Thursday 7 May, 12pm in Dovedale DA01
Presented by: Dr Arin Basu, UC School of Health Sciences
Invaluable recipes for today's health needs
22 April 2015
School of Health Sciences PhD student Sandra Clair is conducting ground-breaking research into a Renaissance medico-pharmaceutical text that could hold invaluable recipes for today’s health needs. Read more
UC researcher studying chronic pain
16 April 2015
Dr Bronnie Thompson, who graduated with her PhD this week from the School of Health Sciences, has been examining how one in six New Zealanders live with chronic pain. Read more
Māori approaches to Māori health issues required
10 March 2015
Health sciences lecturer Annabel Ahuriri-Driscoll says there are nationwide concerns about Māori health and it comes as no surprise that Māori are at the top of the statistics for poor health. Read more