The Christchurch Health and Development Study (CHDS) has followed the health, education and life progress of a group of 1,265 children born in the Christchurch (New Zealand) urban region during mid 1977.
The Clinical Research Unit (Mental Health) has an established platform of research projects related to improving treatments and outcomes for those with serious mental health disorders.
The Costs of Eating Disorders in New Zealand study aims to gain an in-depth understanding of the impacts of eating disorders in New Zealand by interviewing those with a history of an eating disorder or those who have cared for someone with an eating disorder.
The 17prem study is a longitudinal study of the late effects of prematurity on physical and psychological health.
The National Addiction Centre is dedicated to developing and promoting effective interventions for people with addiction and co-existing disorders related problems in Aotearoa New Zealand.