The Faculty of Health—Te Wāhanga Tātai Hauora is the newest faculty at Victoria University of Wellington, established in January 2017 to deliver innovation in health teaching and research.

It brings together researchers and teachers from across the University to help prepare the next generation of health sector professionals to make a difference to New Zealanders’ health and wellbeing.

Health

Make a difference to the health of our communities and become a part of New Zealand's rapidly growing and diverse health sector.

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Available subjects

  • Population Health, Policy and Service Delivery
  • Health Promotion
  • Health Psychology
  • Health Informatics
  • Health Software Development
  • Health Leadership and Management
  • Health Policy, Planning and Service Delivery
  • Midwifery
  • Nursing
  • Professional Practice
  • Workplace Health and Safety

Postgraduate qualifications

Pursue your passion and become an expert in your chosen field with our postgraduate qualifications offered in 2019.

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  • Anne Dymond in her graduation robes and trencher

    Wellington graduand providing care to communities in need

    Nurse and midwife Anne Dymond has returned home in time to attend her Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington graduation, after spending two weeks in Samoa providing care amidst the measles epidemic.

  • The partnership group pose for a photo with their award

    Award for research into Hawke’s Bay health inequities

    A research partnership between Te Tātai Hauora o Hine—The Centre for Women’s Health Research and the Ngāti Pāhauwera Development Trust has been recognised in the Hawke’s Bay Health Awards 2019.

  • Someone in exercise clothing bending down to tie the laces of their sneakers

    Physical activity target needs updating for mental health

    Global physical activity guidelines should be extended to ensure they have the best impact on mental as well as physical health, according to new research involving researchers from Victoria University of Wellington.