RESEARCH NEWS

A list of all research articles in chronological order.

Psychology of breaking bad news about cancer

Psychology of breaking bad news about cancer

New research from Massey University explores the dynamics of giving and receiving 'bad news' about cancer diagnosis - from the way families cope to how hard it is for doctors to deliver the news.

What does community-focused palliative care look like? New funding for research

What does community-focused palliative care look like? New funding for research

Researchers from Massey University have received funding to investigate what a community-focused palliative care service model could look like in New Zealand.

Sexuality and intimacy research to benefit residential age care facilities

Sexuality and intimacy research to benefit residential age care facilities

Massey University Professor of Social Work Mark Henrickson and his team have spent the last three years on their research project with the aim to support and develop awareness, policies and education for staff, families and residents.

Building sustainable partnerships between New Zealand and China

Building sustainable partnerships between New Zealand and China

A paper in business and sustainability studies at Massey University inspired Dr Michelle Sitong Chen to complete a doctorate in Management, focusing on the issue of sustainability in partnerships between Chinese and New Zealand businesses.

Psychology of breaking bad news about cancer
Wednesday 25 November 2020
New research from Massey University explores the dynamics of giving and receiving 'bad news' about cancer diagnosis - from the way families cope to how hard it is for doctors to deliver the news.
What does community-focused palliative care look like? New funding for research
Thursday 19 November 2020
Researchers from Massey University have received funding to investigate what a community-focused palliative care service model could look like in New Zealand.
Sexuality and intimacy research to benefit residential age care facilities
Wednesday 18 November 2020
Massey University Professor of Social Work Mark Henrickson and his team have spent the last three years on their research project with the aim to support and develop awareness, policies and education...
Building sustainable partnerships between New Zealand and China
Monday 16 November 2020
A paper in business and sustainability studies at Massey University inspired Dr Michelle Sitong Chen to complete a doctorate in Management, focusing on the issue of sustainability in partnerships...
Paving over paradise: How complex construction can boost biodiversity in Waitematā Harbour
Thursday 12 November 2020
A new international study looks at how the inclusion of topographical complexity, such as cracks and crevices, in new coastal construction can boost biodiversity in the Waitematā Harbour.
What’s for dinner? State of Hauraki Gulf reflected in dolphin diet
Tuesday 3 November 2020
Evidence has emerged to support stricter coastal management, this time focusing on pollution and overfishing.
Greenshell mussels beneficial in the fight against osteoarthritis
Wednesday 21 October 2020
New research shows eating NZ Greenshell mussels may help in combatting early stages of osteoarthritis, one of the leading causes of disability in older adults.
Pacific Islands resilient as COVID-19 topples tourism
Wednesday 21 October 2020
Improved wellbeing through turning to traditional practices of growing food and fishing during the pandemic have helped offset the massive economic blow to Pacific Islands tourism caused by the...
Massey academics study the Kiwi pandemic response in new major paper
Monday 19 October 2020
Two Massey academics have co-authored a paper exploring New Zealand's response to the pandemic published this week in Lancet Public Health.
Watering down the pain in women
Thursday 15 October 2020
New research from Massey University's College of Health is testing whether a woman's level of hydration could be affecting her tolerance and sensitivity to pain.
Future foods and alternative proteins the focus of a $3m programme
Thursday 15 October 2020
Professor Joanne Hort will lead a team of researchers to investigate what consumers do and don't like about alternative proteins.
PhD student creates soil filters to remove phosphorus from wastewater
Wednesday 14 October 2020
A team of Massey scientists are working with local councils to help remove phosphorus from wastewater using large filters made of soil.
Improving water quality in King Country key aim for Massey professors
Tuesday 13 October 2020
Professor Russell Death and Professor Ian Fuller have been granted $50,000 from the Our Land and Water National Science Challenge.
Massey research brings rooftop icon to ground level
Friday 9 October 2020
A research project from Massey's Toi Rauwhārangi College of Creative Arts is bringing an Auckland rooftop icon to ground level.
Te reo the focus of new Q&A system
Tuesday 6 October 2020
Professor Ruili Wang will work alongside a wider team of researchers to develop the first conversational Q&A system for te reo Māori.
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