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One Health Aotearoa aims to improve health and well-being through integrated, cross-sectoral, and whole-of-society approaches to health hazards. We focus on inclusive­ness across the health sectors: animal, environment and human. Read about the latest research from our members.


COVID-19 complacency could be costly

Learn lessons from our COVID-19 response, or our health system could suffer the consequences. That’s the leading message from a group of five academics from the Universities of Otago, Canterbury and Massey, who say a failure to learn from this and previous outbreaks could result in a loss of time, knowledge and momentum for future ...
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One Health Aotearoa Autumn Newsletter 2021

Our autumn newsletter announces the dates of the 7th OHA Symposium (7-8 December 2021) in Wellington, highlights a research collaboration with Dr Alison Mather at the Quadram Institute in the UK, and shares information from the OHA Salmonella Bovismorbificans Workshop we hosted last month. View the OHA Autumn 2021 Newsletter.
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COVID-19: OHA investigators in the media

One Health Aotearoa investigators have been highly sought after as opinion leaders on the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to providing technical advice to various authorities, our investigators have featured prominently in the media in the effort to provide accurate and timely expert opinion on this developing situation and to keep New Zealand informed. A number ...
Associate Professor Siouxsie Wiles

Siouxsie Wiles stepped up as New Zealand locked down

OHA investigator Associate Professor Siouxsie Wiles is New Zealander of the Year after explaining the science of the Covid-19 pandemic to this country and sometimes the world. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern presented the award, 2021 Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Te Pou Whakarae o Aotearoa, at a gala dinner in Auckland on 31 March. ...