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The list below contains studies alphabetically arranged from 'A' to 'D.'
A grounded theory of orienting mobile health for physical activity and wellness
The aim of this study is to develop a substantive theory about weight issues, physical activity, and the value of mobile health (mHealth).
A new drug for meibomian gland dysfunction and dry eye disease
We are seeking volunteer research participants to learn about a new study drug AZR-MD-001 for the treatment of meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) with additional signs and symptoms of Dry Eye Disease (DED).
Aotearoa Concussion services Cost-EffectiveneSS (ACCESS) Study
We want to learn if receiving appropriate treatment in a specialist concussion service helps patients to manage symptoms, improves their quality of life, and helps them to return to their usual activities earlier.
Are you at risk of gout?
Take part in gout research! We are looking for individuals aged between 18 and 80 years who have high blood urate levels or a family history of gout, but do not have gout themselves.
Aotearoa New Zealand fetal movement survey
Are you pregnant and due in the next three months? We would love to hear about your baby’s movements.
Asian communities' experiences of Covid-19
This survey was developed to collect information on the experiences and opinions of members of the Asian community before, during, and after the outbreak of Covid-19 in Aotearoa New Zealand.
AWESSoM - maintaining independence throughout ageing
We are keen to learn more about how using the LifeCurve™ App improves health and wellbeing for the older person.
Binocular-balanced movie viewing: a treatment for amblyopia (“lazy eye”)
We are looking for adults and children age 5 years old and older with amblyoyia (or 'lazy eye') to trial binocular balanced movie viewing on a Nintendo device.
Brain health in atrial fibrillation
We are seeking participants for our research on the effect of atrial fibrillation on the brain's blood vessels.
Breathing together: Child and family home visits
This research aims to understand how families and children conceptualise and negotiate children’s participation in, and responsibility for, chronic illness management.
Breathing together: Interviews with health professionals who work with children with asthma in Auckland
This research aims to understand how medical practitioners conceptualise and negotiate children’s participation in, and responsibility for, chronic illness management.
Bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment amongst ICU nurses
Welcome to a survey designed to determine the extent and impact of bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment experienced and witnessed by ICU nurses in Australia and New Zealand.
Can a novel omega-3-rich food product support Achilles tendon healing?
Can probiotics help improve immunity in pre-schoolers?
We want to find out if taking probiotics can help improve immunity and reduce cold symptoms in pre-schoolers who attend childcare.
Can probiotics increase wellbeing in adults with type 1 diabetes?
We are looking for people aged 18 years and older with type 1 diabetes to take part in a study exploring whether taking probiotics can improve wellbeing.
Clinical education in times of Covid-19: an international photo-elicitation study
In this international project we seek to understand and value the experiences of clinical health professions educators during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Clinical utility of Quantum Magnetic Resonance treatment for dry eye disease
We are recruiting volunteers to participate in a clinical trial for the treatment of dry eye disease, using Quantum Magnetic Resonance technology that is commercially available in New Zealand.
Clinicians and digital mental health tools - exploring knowledge, attitudes and training needs
We are seeking New Zealand Registered Health Practitioners (RHP’s) or trainees in the mental health sector to gain insight into the knowledge, attitudes and training needs clinicians have towards digital mental health/wellbeing tools.
Co-design of a health-promotion program for young adults using social media
We will be running co-design workshops with groups of young adults, where we will engage in activities and discuss ideas around wellbeing, social media, and ways we can develop a successful digital health intervention using Instagram.
Comparing new diagnostic imaging instruments for tear film evaluation
We are recruiting volunteers to participate in a study assessing the use of a new diagnostic imaging instrument to diagnose dry eye disease.
Considerations for future telehealth
Did you access or provide telehealth during the 2020 Covid-19 lockdowns? Complete a survey to help improve the way that telehealth is used in the future.
Continuing care in Covid-19 outbreak: A global survey of new and expectant parent experiences
Cocoon is a global study examining Covid-19 and pregnancy, and we would love to hear the stories of mothers, fathers and parents who have experienced the loss of their baby during this time.
Covid-19 stress and health study
We are investigating how the Covid-19 pandemic and social distancing are affecting the physical and mental wellbeing of New Zealanders age 18 and older.
Covid-19 vaccine beliefs for evangelical Christians in Aotearoa New Zealand
The study will investigate perspectives around the Covid-19 vaccine among evangelical church
members. We hope to understand why Christians choose to be vaccinated or not vaccinated
Depression Database: Are you interested in being a participant for research on depression?
Do you have a mental health condition, or are healthy and simply looking for a way to do your bit to help those with mental health issues? We are inviting people interested in participating to join our database which we will use as our first point of recruitment.
Depression prevention for new fathers: identifying needs and preferences.
We want to understand the experience of paternal perinatal depression (PPD) and how we can support new fathers.
Digital cleanse—Exploring the effects of limiting social media on wellbeing
We are interested in the effect of limiting social media use on wellbeing.
Digital inhaler preferences in health providers and in patients with asthma: a discrete choice experiment
This study aims to find out what the key attributes are that end users prefer for digital inhalers for asthma. This survey is the NZ component of an international study.
Digital mental health and wellbeing tools: Exploring the perspectives of young Asian New Zealanders
We are exploring what young Asian New Zealanders think about digital health and wellbeing tools (apps and websites). Are they culturally relevant and safe for you?
Digital mental health and wellbeing tools: Health professionals’ perspectives
We are interested in what health professionals think about digital mental health and wellbeing tools.
Does racism exist among nurses in Aotearoa New Zealand?
Cultural safety and te Tiriti o Waitangi (Treaty of Waitangi) competencies set out protective criteria that aim to reduce unsafe nursing care. This study will simultaneously measure bias and identify nurse’s access to professional development.
Do they like my post? A study into the effects of social media on body image
We are looking for female participants to be involved in our research on the effects of social media activity on body image.
Do you have chronic nausea and vomiting?
People who suffer from chronic nausea and vomiting are invited to join study investigating the how gut problems are diagnosed and how the symptoms are measured.
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