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Thursday, December 9, 2021

Strong sense of self key to Pacific sexual health

Dr Analosa Veukiso-Ulugia has been awarded a Pacific Postdoctoral Fellowship for her project ‘Nesian Narratives – enhancing sexuality education for Pacific communities’. The three-year initiative will involve the development, pilot and evaluation of a Pacific...

A passion for food

Avril Grant’s foodie career path started out in delicatessens. She got her “lucky break” when she landed a job with Ruth Pretty Catering and over the next 13 and a half years Ruth Pretty taught Avril everything she needed to know to be a chef.

Apprenticeship kick-starts beautiful career

Machaela Robbins says her HITO beauty therapy apprenticeship has been “rewarding and fun”.

Physio fix-it

It wasn’t until Neil Barback received physiotherapy treatment for a hockey injury at high school that he considered physio as a possible career choice.

How to become a dentist

You want to specialise in the healthcare industry? Here’s what you need to know about how to become a dentist.

Just say ‘yes’: the secret to beginning a great career in hairdressing

Kodie North encourages aspiring hairdressers to grab every opportunity during their apprenticeship – a philosophy that is certainly paying off for one of HITO’s talented apprentices.

Switching on a world of sound

It wasn’t until Rachel Peddie saw first-hand how much her grandmother benefitted from a hearing aid that she decided to pursue audiology.

Taking the lead in holistic healthcare

Claire Roskruge took the road less travelled into aged care nursing.

Making a difference – a paramedic’s life 

Being a paramedic isn't like what you see on TV but it has its own rewards and motivating moments.

Not for the faint-hearted

About the same time Haydn Drake started university some 17 years ago, he started volunteering for St John. The rest is history.

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