2023 EMC Symposium: Reconnect & Innovate

2023 EMC Symposium: Reconnect & Innovate

When: 14 February, 8:30 – 8:00pm – 15 February, 8:30 – 4:00pm Where: LG Atrium, Building 507, 22 – 30 Park Avenue, Grafton, Auckland Join us for a two – day symposium hosted by the Eisdell Moore Centre, 2023. With a key focus on equity...
The Future is Hear in NZ

The Future is Hear in NZ

One in five people worldwide live with hearing loss, which is expected to rise to 1 in 4 people by 2050 according to the World Report on Hearing that was recently released by the World Health Organisation. The Eisdell Moore Centre has a mission to reduce the impact of...
The World Report on Hearing

The World Report on Hearing

World Hearing Day on the 3 March saw the release of the first World Report on Hearing by the World Health Organisation.  Professor Peter Thorne, Director of the Eisdell Moore Centre at the University of Auckland made a substantial contribution to the content contained...
Takarangi Cultural Competency Wānanga.

Takarangi Cultural Competency Wānanga.

Brain Research New Zealand (BRNZ) and Eisdell Moore Centre (EMC) members congregated at the waharoa (gateway) of Te Awataha Marae. Some were nervous, some were excited, and some had mixed emotions about what was to come. The kaikaranga (Māori wāhine caller) called us...
Ear and Hearing Care in Tonga

Ear and Hearing Care in Tonga

Clockwise from left: Dr. Bernard Whitfield with Assoc. Professor ‘Amelia Tu’ipulotu (Minister of Health) during World Hearing Day 2020; Dr. Lopati (second from left) with ENT staff members and Dr Bernard Whitfield; Dr Lopati (right) and research supervisor...