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Eirenei Taua'i BA
Maori and Pasifika LibrarianLibrary
Location: Level 3, Library
- Bachelor of Arts and Science - University of Otago (2017)
Taua'i, E., Richards, R., & Kokaua, J. (2018). Is Pacific language ability protective of prevalence of mental disorders among Pacific peoples in New Zealand? Pacific Health Dialog, 21, 10-16. doi:10.26635/phd.2018.902
- Pacific Health Summer Studentship - Mental health (09/11/2016) Research explored the Te Rau Hinengaro: NZ mental health survey to provide evidence if having a Pacific language is a protective factor for mental disorder or for accessing mental health services.
- Pacific Health Research Studentship - ASPIRE2025 (10/11/2017) Project explored smoking among Pacific young adults and factors that prompted smoking experimentation.
Consultancy and Languages
Last used: Everyday
Spoken ability: Excellent
Written ability: Excellent