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Survey finds widespread support for health research

A scientist using a pipette with a microtiter plate and a petri dish

National poll shows high levels of concern about policies and planning among New Zealanders

New Zealanders worry that health research planning remains “vague and ambiguous” and would like to see more research in the field, a report from peak body New Zealanders for Health Research has found.

The NZHR’s 2022 public attitudes survey shows that citizens want more done on the issue. In the survey, published this month, the functioning of hospitals and the health system were ranked top of all issues the government should tackle.

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