The Cancer and Chronic Conditions (C3) research group is a collaborative group of researchers working at the interface between public health, health services research, and clinical medicine. Our work includes a range of projects aimed at reducing the impact of cancer and chronic conditions on population health and health inequalities through policy and health system change.
Ko te rōpū rangahau mō te Mate Pukupuku me ngā Māuiui Tūroa (C3), he kāhui kairangahau e mahi tahi ana ki waenga i ngā ao o te rāngai hauroa tūmatanui, te rangahau ratonga hauora me te rongoā haumanu. Kei te kōkiri mātau i ētahi kaupapa e mahi ana ki te whakaiti i te pānga o te mate pukupuku me ngā māuiui tūroa ki te hauora o te taupori me ngā ōritenga kore o te hauora mā te whakarerekē i ngā kaupapahere me te pūnaha hauora.
The C3 Research Group is involved in multiple streams of work related to cancer and chronic conditions. You can view more information about the work we are doing within each of these streams by following the links below.
- Cancer control and service planning in New Zealand
- Improving care and outcomes for Māori in New Zealand
- Cancer and comorbidity; cancer in ageing populations
- Cancer control in the Pacific and other small island developing states
- Social inequalities in cancer globally
- Mental health, cancer and chronic conditions
- Stomach cancer: prevention and care
- Testicular cancer
- Diabetes: improving outcomes
- Rheumatic heart disease
- Post-operative mortality in New Zealand