Ministry of Health releases strategy document for health research

  • 05 Jul 2017

The New Zealand Ministry of Health released its Health Research Strategy 2017-2027. “This strategy sets out a vision for New Zealand’s health research and identifies four strategic priorities for the health research and innovation system.”

The AMRF will continue in its mission to improve health outcomes for all New Zealanders through quality medical research, and as AMRF is the largest health research funder outside of government, we will continue to play a significant role in achieving the Ministry’s strategic outcomes.

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Hear the Minister of Health Jonathan Coleman on the AMRF’s contribution to NZ’s health research community, innovation and international reputation at the AMRF’s 60th anniversary in 2015:

Read the full strategy document here.

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