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Revolving Door Syndrome

Dr Nina Su
EducationHealth & Fitness

Revolving Door Syndrome is a podcast by Dr Nina Su. Each episode we kōrero about our health, education and justice systems and reflect on the challenges everyday New Zealanders face. Some systems and policies feel like revolving doors going round in circles without achieving meaningful change. We bring you engaging dialogue from people of different backgrounds in the hopes to find realistic solutions to systemic problems.

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Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars from 10 ratings
  • Dr Nina

    Nga mihi nui Dr Nina for taking on and talking about the health system and the wider determinants of health. Sensitively discussed even for a white middle aged male who works in the system. Great start

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    James Ent
    New Zealand2 months ago

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