Research Groups at the University of Otago, Wellington
The ARCH (Applied Research on Communication in Health Group) studies all aspects of communication in health care.
The Burden of Disease Epidemiology, Equity & Cost-Effectiveness Programme (BODE³) builds capacity and academic rigour in New Zealand in the estimation of disease burden, cost-effectiveness and equity impacts of proposed interventions.
The Cancer Control and Screening Research Group is involved in a range of research and policy work related to cancer epidemiology and control, and population screening.
The Cardiovascular Systems Laboratory is involved in basic and translation research directed at understudying the physiological basis for cardiovascular diseases such as hypertension, stroke and syncope.
CAP assists government and academic bodies in their efforts to assess the comparative effectiveness of healthcare services and to develop a fair and sustainable system of prioritization.
Our vision is "Reducing inequalities in health through excellent research and engagement with policy, health sector and community".
The Health Promotion and Public Health Policy Research Unit (HePPRU) aims to foster excellence in research in health promotion and public health policy.
He Kainga Oranga, the Housing and Health Research Programme, examines and clarifies the links between Housing and Health.
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The Centre for Sustainable Cities is an inter-disciplinary research centre dedicated to providing the research base for innovative solutions to the economic, social, environmental and cultural development of our urban centres.
Contributes to knowledge, policy and services by conducting high quality research in the areas of mental health, mental illness and suicide prevention
Te Rōpū Rangahau Hauora a Eru Pōmare strives to create a Kaupapa Māori space committed to improving Māori health outcomes and eliminating inequalities through quality science and ongoing theoretical development.
Our research programme covers clinical, biomedical and public health aspects of allergy, asthma and respiratory research, including studies to understand the causes and investigate novel treatments.
WellSleep Sleep Investigation Centre provides diagnosis and treatment for a variety of sleep disorders.
The Women’s Health Research Centre (WHRC) is dedicated to being a centre of excellence for women’s health research.
The Zonnic and Patch (ZAP) Study tests whether a nicotine mouth-spray helps smokers to quit.