The Pharmacoepidemiology Research Network investigates the safety and utilisation of medicines and medical devices in New Zealand
The Pharmacoepidemiology Research Network (PRN) was established in 2014 with the assistance of Strategic Initiative funding from Health Research South, a research partnership between the Dunedin School of Medicine and the Southern District Health Board.
We have two broad aims:
- To foster the development of high quality pharmacoepidemiological research that is relevant to New Zealanders; and
- To facilitate collaboration between academic researchers, healthcare providers, relevant Ministries and other government-funded agencies
We do not receive funding from pharmaceutical companies to support our research or other PRN activities.