Dai, H. (2022). Revitalizing small study groups and embedded workshops after lockdown. Te Puna Aurei LearnFest Higher Education Symposium-Waikato University, Online.
Dai, Hua., & Bentley-Grey, Daisy. (2022). Cultural preparedness for a sustainable future in education: two forms of cultural knowledge in health decisions for Medical Imaging and the concept of whanau in Social Practice to prepare our graduates to work safely in the community. Sustainable Futures Symposium/Wintec, Hamilton.
Dai, H. (2022). Revitalizing small Study Groups & Embedded Workshops for the schools of Social Practice and Health Science after lockdown. LearnFest Waikato University & Cardiff University, UK, Online.
Dai, H., & Toki, L. (2022). Ka mua, ka muri-looking back to move forward: cultural conscious awareness for kaimahi/tauira as whole persons in a mindful educational system. ALTAANZ Central Conference, Online.
Dai, H., & Toki, L. (2022). Ka mua, ka muri-looking back to move forward: cultural conscious awareness for kaimahi/tauira as whole persons in the educational system. ANZSSA -Australia NZ Student Support Assosication, Online.
Dai, H. (2022). 长歌当哭-Long Poetry/Lyric/Singing out loud as my tangi: The lived experience of bereaved parents of children murdered in intimate partner violence - Research design. Unitec/MIT Research Symposium 2022, Online.
Dai, H. (2021). Crossing over the cultural boundary to success -a case study. LearnFest Waikato University, Online.
Dai, H. (2021). Giving what it takes to support students succeeding while on their evolutionary journey as human beings. ANZSSA -Australia NZ Student Support Association, Online.
Dai, H. (2021). Building inclusivity, diversity and equity in my practice -a case study. ATLAANZ Northern Regional Hui 2021, Online.
Dai, H. (2021). When language skills support is not enough for an international nursing student to pass her placement - a case study. ALTAANZ Central Hui, Online.
Dai, H. (2021). The lived experience of bereaved parents of children murdered in intimate partner violence who have opened up to the public about their bereavement -A research proposalbased on my research seminar at Auckland Uni on 8th Dec 2020, with new development. MIT/Unitec Research Symposium 2021, Unitec/online.
Dai, H. (2021). Pop the "maths anxiety" bubble
An approach to support nursing students to self-manage anxiety while studying drug calculation. ALAANZ Journl (Vol. 5 (1), (2021): ATLAANZ Journal).
Dai, H. (2020). "Let's not die with the dead!" The lived experience of bereaved parents of children murdered in intimate partner violence who have chosen to open up to the public about their bereavement
-A phenomenological inquiry. Doctoral provisional year review Research Seminar at the Faculty of Education and Social Work of Auckland University, N415 Auckland University Epsom Campus,.
Dai, H. (2016). What we are building on. Association of Tertiary Learning Advisors of Aotearoa New Zealand (ATLAANZ) Conference, Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand.
Dai, H. (2014). Supporting Anxious Students with their Numeracy Studies. ATLAANZ Conference, AUT University, 26-28 November, 2014.