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Research from Hogarth, Karole

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Karole Hogarth

Karole.Hogarth@op.ac.nz

0000-0002-5764-6289

Associate Professor Karole Hogarth is the Head of Nursing in the School of Nursing and has 15 years of academic experience teaching sciences in health courses. She has strong research interests in interprofessional education, curriculum development, science education and improving outcomes for Māori learners in health courses.
She is part of several collaborations investigating outcomes from interprofessional education including and international project to provide consistent training for conveners of interprofessional education. Karole currently mentors several doctoral candidates and is the Māori representative of the OPAIC Postgraduate Research ethics committee.

Research Outputs

Oral Presentation

Hogath, K. (2010) Keeping men in good health: three things everyone should know about the prostate. Otago Polytechnic Health Group Research Forum. 15 October. 30 min presentation.

Conference Contribution - Other

Hogarth, K., King, K., & Nicholson, H. (2005) The effect of oxytocin on cell growth and steroid production in cultured normal human prostate cells Society of Reproductive Biologists, Perth, Australia September

Hogarth, K., King, K., Assinder, S. & Nicholson, H. (2003) Characterisation of human prostate cells grown in-vitro Society of Reproductive Biologists September 2003 10 minutes

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