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The National Institute for Public Health and Mental Health Research (NIPHMHR) comprises of eight research centres and a number of research programmes.

 Our mission is to conduct high quality public and mental health research which contributes to the reduction of health disparities, improves the health of New Zealanders, and generates and extends the knowledge we have gathered.

 Information about each centre and programme is available by following the links to the left of this page. Our centres work collaboratively across research projects, as required, and we have a strong focus on postgraduate study across all centres.

Last updated: 18 Jul 2012 11:11am

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