The Health Improvement and Innovation Resource Centre conveys a range of affiliated websites working to improve the health of New Zealanders.
The Weight Management website provides information for the sector on best practices to addressing obesity and weight management issues in New Zealand. Maintaining a healthy body weight requires an environment and society where individuals, families and whanau, and communities are supported to eat well and live physically active lives.
The Public Health Knowledge Management Group is a joint initiative of the Population and Public Health services of South Island District Health Boards (DHBs), with support from the Programme Office of the South Island DHB Alliance. Their objectives are to coordinate and make effective use of available public health expertise and to collaborate on provision of research, analysis and advice on public health issues of common interest. This site is a platform to publish and share online population and public health documents such as research projects, position and policy statements, submissions, and public health protocols.
Primary Mental Health
The Primary Mental Health website provides useful resources about primary mental health and addiction for the workforce, academics and consumers.
Oral Health Forum
The Oral Health Forum is a central repository of best practice, innovations, new evidence and learning, and make New Zealand-related research more accessible to those responsible for delivery of quality oral health services.
Ophthalmic Nurses of NZ
The site for nursing professionals working in ophthalmology
National Dementia Cooperative
The National Dementia Cooperative is made up of individuals and organisations committed to improving the quality of life for people with dementia and their carers within New Zealand.
Canterbury Breastfeeding Network
The Canterbury Breastfeeding Network website supports the work of a group of individuals and representatives from different organisations who share a common interest in breastfeeding protection, promotion and support in the Christchurch area.