Waikato DHB aims to be a centre of excellence in research - including clinical research and participation in national and international clinical trials, academic research for professional development, as well as research that drives social and cultural change and service delivery improvements for the people in our health district.
The diversity and geographical span of the Waikato health district provides many opportunities for innovative and collaborative research.
Research is supported by strong links with both Auckland and Waikato universities and research foundations as well as Waikato DHB's own resources - a superb library, a well structured research approval process and research governance, and Waikato's ability to attract world-leading clinicians with an interest in research and training.
Clinical trials and research units
Includes active/recruiting and completed research updates for each unit.
Allied Health research
Current projects involving the different areas of allied health, and allied health as a group.
Research approval process
About the process, online registration form, Māori consultation, scholarships and funding.
Our Kudos Award winners
The Kudos are regional awards recognising scientific excellence, in categories includinng medical science.
Respiratory research at Waikato Hospital
Respiratory research at Waikato Hospital - Dr Cat Chang talks about the progression of research that investigates the link between chronic respiratory disease and heart health.
Anaesthesia research at Waikato Hospital
Can we improve post-operative pain relief in patients having major abdominal surgery, using a relatively simple and safe device?