Dr Terryann Clark

Terryann Clark

(Ngapuhi)RN, MPH, PhD, University of Auckland

Terryann is part-time as an Associate Professor at the School of Nursing, The University of Auckland and part-time public health advocate as the Child and Youth Friendly Cities coordinator for Whangarei City. She led the Youth'21 national youth health & wellbeing survey and has been a member of the Adolescent Health Research Group since its inception in 1998. She has written over 70 publications, 25 reports and has led several national research projects related to youth health and Māori health. Her major research interests are youth health, indigenous health, mental health, sexual health & healthy youth development, with a strong focus on addressing inequity for Whānau Māori.