At NIHI our mission is to discover, develop, test and deliver innovative approaches to prevent disease, improve people's health, reduce health inequalities, and enable the delivery of more effective and equitable healthcare in New Zealand and overseas. To achieve this we partner with individuals, communities, clinicians, and policy makers involved in health care.
Whether undertaking traditional clinical trials or innovative technological solutions to healthcare problems we draw on over 25 years of robust clinical trial, project management and service delivery experience. We publish our research findings in leading journals and disseminate widely through other means with the aim of optimal reach.
Professor Chris Bullen speaks to Jack Tame on Breakfast about the results of fresh figures from the Growing Up in NZ Study, showing Kiwi women are continuing to drink when pregnant, with 23 per cent drinking in their first trimester
Professor Cliona Ni Mhurchu on TVNZ's Breakfast discusses whether artifical sweetners are better for you than sugar.