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Step 3: Register your research online

Email and request the registration form. This will be emailed to you.
In response to your registration, the Waikato Approval of Research Form and requirements for Māori consultation will be emailed to the primary contact for the project, along with an outline of the next steps and timeframes.
Send all relevant documentation (such as Ethics approval letter, protocol, patient information and consent sheets) to the Research Office (via email). 
Please feel free to cont…

Research funding and grants

Below is a list of an updated list of external funders, the grants they administer and closing dates for applications will be posted shortly. These organisations include:

Health Research Council

Waikato Medical Research Fund

Neurological Foundation of New Zealand

National Heart Foundation of New Zealand…

Harti Hauora Tamariki Study

Research projectsWe currently have three Health Research Council funded projects running in the Māori, Equity, Strategy and Research (MESR) team.

The determinants of health for Māori mothers and adults with chronic disease (3 years, ends March 2024)
WHIRI: Whānau Hauora Integrated Response Initiative - Pandemic system redesign to maximise Māori health gains (2 years, ends June 2023)
Māori communities in project governance - health research outcomes (1 year, ends June 2022)
Research teamDr Amy J…

BUPA Fellow and Research Associate update

Since late 2016 the Bupa Research Fellow (Allied Health) John Parsons and the Bupa (Allied Health) Research Associate Laura Stratton (Victoria Donoghue August 2017 - May 2018, Shannon Tisbury September 2019 - June 2020)  have been actively engaged in fostering a research culture within allied health through

facilitating and conducting research projects within Allied Health

promoting research amongst Allied Health clinicians and the broader Waikato DHB community

providing research education op…

Midland Trauma System

Main areas of research
High quality data to provide a picture of trauma in our community, using the Midland Trauma Registry and clinical trials involving trauma patients.

Grant Christey
Trauma Director

Phone: 021 761 941

Active/recruiting research
Patients for the PATCH (Pre-hospital Anti-fibrinolytics for Traumatic Coagulopathy and Haemorrhage) clinical trial.

Completed research
Research using registry data including 'Older persons incidence of trauma…


Guidelines for researchers on health research involving Māori
Te Ara Tika guidelines for Māori research ethics
Ethnicity Issues – Is ethnicity a variable of analysis in your research
Ethnicity data protocols for the Health and Disability sector
“Race,” Racism, and the practice of epidemiology
Hauora Māori standards of Health IV
Māori consultation at Waikato DHB
Māori Responsiveness Paper for HRC applicants

Research and audit

Waikato maintains a prospective database of patients for audit and research, to ensure that the highest level of care can be provided to our patients.  Waikato is also part of the ANZ Peritoneal Malignancy Collaboration, contributing to research and the development of consensus guidelines for the management of peritoneal disease.  A link to our data and outcomes can be found below:

NZMJ Paper on Short Term Outcomes 
Poster for NZMJ Paper
NZAGS Peritonectomy Presentation 2019