14 December 2016
Winners - 2016 Young Investigator Award and Research Poster Week
2016 ADHB Young Investigator Award. The Research Office extends its warmest congratulations to Lily Wu of the New Zealand Liver Transplant Unit, winner of 2016's YIA for her presentation "Long-term Outcome after Curative Treatment for Hepatocellular Carcinoma: A Single Institution Intention-to-Treat Analysis of Orthotopic Transplantation Versus Liver Resection Versus Thermal Ablation". Lily was presented her award by CMO Dr Margaret Wilsher and Professor Andrew Shelling, Associate Dean of Research for the University of Auckland's Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, at the Physician's Grand Round on 1st December.
Congratulations also to Suzanne Lydiard (Medical Physics and Radiation Oncology) who was named YIA Runner Up, and to finalists Cathrine Patten (Cardiovascular Research Unit) and Nick Eichler (Auckland Regional Public Health Service).
2016 Research Poster Winners. The Auckland DHB Research Poster Week is an annual snapshot of the research activity in our organisation and an opportunity to showcase to our people and our patients the ways in which research is creating new knowledge about health and the delivery of healthcare. Forty nine posters were displayed in the level 5 Atrium of Auckland City Hospital during the final week of November. Teams of judges from the fields of Health Professions, Medicine and Nursing assessed and scored the posters in their categories and winners and runners up were decided.
- Health Professions - Winner: Amy Chan (Pharmacy) - Runner Up: Barbara Cormack (Nutrition and Dietetics)
- Medical - Winner: Nicola Culliford-Semmens (Paediatric and Congenital Cardiac Service) - Runner Up: Alana Ainsworth (Paediatric Respiratory Department)
- Nursing - Winner: Laurelle Breen, Heather Cave, Kirsty Jackson and Sele Vave Patterson (Community Child Health and Disability Service) - Runner Up - Susan Atherton (Department of Critical Care Medicine)
- Starship - Winner: Amy Chan (Pharmacy) - Runner Up: Rachel Webb (Paediatric Infectious Diseases Department). We gratefully acknowledge the continued support of this competition by the Starship Foundation
Congratulations to the winners and all of our people who took part.
2015 Research Report now available
The 2015 Auckland DHB Research Annual Report, comprising outputs and achievements of Auckland DHB researchers, is now available. Read full story.
Intensive care patients benefit from research funding
Our most unwell patients will benefit from more than $7million of funding awarded to Auckland District Health Board researchers by the Health Research Council of New Zealand (HRC). Read more here.
New Auckland DHB research application form – version three
As of May 2016 only use v3 of the "Application form for approval of a research project at Auckland DHB" (for the standard approval pathway). The signature sections of the form have been updated to be more consistent with Auckland DHB organisational structure and financial policy. Also, a clinical safety sub-section has been added to the Proposal section (now Section C). The purpose of these questions are to act a prompt for researchers to consider how to pro-actively manage the risk of protocol violations when more than one Auckland DHB department will have significant involvement in the study. New application form and guidelines.
Updated Research Office SoP – Financial Management of Research Monies
The Standard Operating Procedure [PDF, 1.2 MB] for Auckland DHB financial management of research monies has recently been reviewed and updated.