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Community Health in Practice and Service (CHiPS) research projects include:
Exploring the feasibility of a support group facilitator to help peer-led support groups at the MidCentral District Health Board. An MSc student will evaluate the service over 18 months to inform the DHB and investigate a continuation of the service.
IMPACT is a collaboration between Arohanui Hospice and Massey University, which has supported two master’s students with $5,000 scholarships.
Cluster members have supervised students researching provision of care by MidCentral District Health Board.
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Last updated on Tuesday 09 April 2019