Research inventory: Evidence for health and wellbeing

2 October 2023

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The three health and wellbeing National Science Challenges have produced a wealth of research outputs, which have now been brought together in a single inventory: 

Ngā taunakitanga mō te hauora me te toiora i Aotearoa New Zealand
Evidence for health and wellbeing in Aotearoa New Zealand.

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The inventory contains information about: new models of care and evidence of their effectiveness; frameworks and tools for ensuring that services deliver equitable outcomes; new clinical pathways and treatments; custom-designed apps, chatbots, games and websites; information resources to translate knowledge for service providers; and more.

It is organised according to the priority areas set out in Te Pae Tata Interim New Zealand Health Plan 2022:

  • Better health in our communities
  • Maternity and early years
  • People living with cancer
  • People living with chronic health conditions
  • People living with mental distress, illness and addictions 

with the addition of two other priorities:

  • Ageing well
  • Climate change.

We hope that this inventory will make the evidence and resources created over the past eight years by Healthier Lives and our sister science challenges, A Better Start and Ageing Well, widely known and available.

View our 2019-24 Research Strategy

He Pikinga Waiora Research Findings Brief

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