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Symposium posters 2023
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Systematic Review of the Efficacy and Purpose of Student Surgical Interest Groups
Feasibility and acceptability of telehealth and contactless HPV self- testing for Māori and Pacific women in a COVID-19 outbreak in New Zealand
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) Waitematā patients in Auckland: Epidemiology and Attainment of Lupus Low Disease Activity State (LLDAS)
Vancomycin use for haemodyalysis patients: development of a new dosing protocol
What key clinical, psychological and neurophysiological factors predict the magnitude of exercise induced hypoalgesia (EIH) in individuals with knee osteoarthritis (OA)?
Can a targeted pre-exercise education intervention enhance the exercise induced hypoalgesia (EIH) response in individuals with knee osteoarthritis (OA)?
Quality Performance Indicators compliance for the Surgical Treatment of Gastric Cancer at North Shore Hospital
Selective use of radiological staging in node-positive Stage II breast cancer patients may have a role in treatment
Cancer screening services: What do indigenous communities want? A systematic review
Risk and protective factors of self-harm and suicidality in adolescents - an umbrella review
The Spiral Curriculum: A 5-year programme to improve doctors' prescribing practice
Providing a pro-active response to COVID-19 demands: Totara Club Dementia day stay
Inter- and intra-rater reliability for assessment of swallowing using a hand-held portable ultrasound device
Kaumātua have the ability, desire and right to control their medicines journey
Association between socioeconomic deprivation and community antibiotic dispensing in the Northern Region of New Zealand using a new measure of deprivation