Meet students and graduates from various programmes in the Wellington Faculty of Health.
Embracing the potential of digital health.
Arahina Roberts successfully completed an internship with SportNZ as part of her Bachelor of Health.
Katie Sharp was looking for a pathway to help people when she discovered the Bachelor of Health at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington.
Ali Leota is graduating with a Bachelor of Health in Population Health, Policy and Service Delivery.
Pramishka Madurapperuma moved to New Zealand to study a Postgraduate Diploma in Health (Health Leadership and Management).
Tahu-Potiki Te Maro-Doran is studying for a Bachelor of Health in Health Psychology at Victoria University of Wellington.
Carly Robinson had been a sales representative in the electrical industry for 12 years when she decided she wanted to study a Bachelor of Health.
Leeanne Orban is a Clinical nurse specialist (RNP) and clinical team leader, primary healthcare. She is a student of our Master of Nursing Science.
Jo Mulheron is a registered midwife studying for a Postgraduate Certificate in Midwifery.
Karen Holden is the Care capacity demand management nurse coordinator for Hutt Valley DHB and a student of the Master of Health.
Malik Hasanain is working towards his PhD in Nursing, focusing on experiences of prostate cancer among Jordanian Muslim men.
Shelley credits postgraduate study for allowing her to explore her passion for the art of nursing and sharing this with the wider nursing profession.
Krystal Williams is passionate about being a midwife and excited for the new possibilities postgraduate study is offering.
Jane Clarke wanted to achieve a qualification that would benefit her overall practice and improve the service to patients.
Ellaine Ete-Rasch is a recipient of a Pacific Health Research PhD Scholarship from the Health Research Council to complete her PhD in Nursing at Victoria.
Abby is choosing the Bachelor of Health as a gateway into health promotion, where she can work on initiatives to enhance people’s wellbeing.
James Rice-Davies is the only Clinical Nurse Specialist in HIV in the Wellington region. He is also in the first year of his Doctor of Nursing.
Shelley Teasdale is a registered midwife working towards a Doctor of Midwifery at Victoria University of Wellington.