Te Arai Research Group are seeking participants for a new study funded by the Health Research Council and led by Tess Moeke-Maxwell which will explore whānau experiences of end of life caring during COVID-19 lockdown. Your information will be used to improve health care, hospital policy and tangihanga (funeral) planning …Read More »
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Te Arai Research Group at the University of Auckland aim to uncover experiences of hospital visiting for patients receiving end of life care during the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. Visiting policy and practice around end of life care during COVID-19 periods of restriction are the subject of several research projects currently …Read More »
Te Arai Research Group from the University of Auckland have published the latest issue of Reason magazine. Inside you’ll learn about the new kete of knowledge for Māori whānau, one of the creative outputs (by Dr Tess Moeke-Maxwell and her co-researchers on the Pae Herenga project. It represents four years …Read More »
NZ Doctor recently published an interview discussing a new paper published from our Ageing Well project exploring social connection among older people in Aotearoa. We used in-depth qualitative methods to identify the sophisticated ways in which older people conceptualise ‘social isolation’, ‘social connection’, and ‘loneliness’. This is an important addition to the literature …Read More »
Janine led our latest paper from our Ageing Well project exploring ways to alleviate loneliness among diverse cultural groups. It helps fill a gap in current understanding about whether befriending services influence older peoples’ experiences of social isolation and loneliness, and if so, how We explored older adults’ experiences of, and attitudes …Read More »
World-first research is identifying the role different hearing aids can have in reducing age-related cognitive decline.
Hearing aids may slow or halt the onset of dementia. Research is beginning to show that untreated hearing loss speeds up age-related decline in thinking ability. In middle age hearing loss is the number one preventable contributor to future dementia. Hearing aids may reduce these negative changes by improving communication, …Read More »
Want to participate in a research study “valuing those that care for people with dementia or Alzheimers Disease”?
Other information: What is the Aim of the Project? Support workers and informal caregivers are a vital part of the wellbeing of people as they age. Valuing and assisting this important group of workers is crucial. In this study we wish to find out about how and what makes support …Read More »