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.
Find out more about the Pharmacoepidemiology Research Network