Terryann Clark

Dr Terryann Clark is a registered comprehensive nurse with extensive experience in youth health, community health, sexual health, health promotion, youth mental health and Māori health. She works part time as a Associate Professor at the School of Nursing, at the University of Auckland and part-time at Mahitahi Hauora PHO. She is a founding member of the Adolescent Health Research Group (AHRG) and was the principal investigator of the Youth’12 national youth health and wellbeing survey in secondary schools . She currently leads an HRC project exploring the influence of whanaungatanga on Māori youth outcomes, and co-leads a youth health survey called Youth’19 Rangatahi Smart Survey

RCpN (Nursing) Manukau Institute of Technology
MPH (Public Health) University of Auckland
PhD (Nursing) University of Minnesota, USA
Fellowship in Adolescent Health

Terryann shared her story with Community Research.  Read more here.

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