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Step 3: Register your research online

Email research@waikatodhb.health.nz and request the registration form.  This will be emailed to you.
In response to your registration, Waikato DHB Approval of Research Form and requirements for Māori consultation will be emailed to the primary contact for the project, along with an outline of the next steps and timeframes.
Send all relevant documentation (such as Ethics approval letter, protocol, patient information and consent sheets) to the Research Office (via email). 
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Environmental health

Waikato DHB's Health Protection service works closely with other regional and local organisations such as the Waikato Regional Council to monitor and manage environmental health.

Contact Email: Health.Protection@waikatodhb.health.nz 
Phone: 07 838 2569

How do I become a volunteer?

There are three easy steps to becoming a volunteer at Waikato or Thames hospitals:

Contact our volunteer coordinator to discuss what opportunities are currently available. This is a good time to ask any questions you may have about volunteering and to discuss your availability.
Complete our application form.
Attend a training session and be orientated into your position by staff and / or another volunteer.

How do I become a volunteer?

There are three easy steps to becoming a volunteer at Waikato or Thames hospitals:

Contact our volunteer coordinator to discuss what opportunities are currently available. This is a good time to ask any questions you may have about volunteering and to discuss your availability.
Complete our application form.
Attend a training session and be orientated into your position by staff and / or another volunteer.

How do whānau get into Whare Ora?

Check if the whānau is eligible.
Contact the Whare Ora team to be referred into the programme.
Once referred, the whānau will be contacted for a Healthy Homes assessment. The assessment is sent to the Whare Ora hub who review it and create an action plan to be confirmed. Whare Ora hub coordinates products and services that the whānau are eligible for.

Diabetes

Main areas of research
Diabetes – cardiovascular disease, kidney disease, hypertension, diabetic retinopathy, neuropathy, glucose control, devices for glucose monitoring and insulin delivery, diabetes and driving.

Contact
Annie Johnstone
Study coordinator
Phone: 021 240 9087
Annie.Johnstone@waikatodhb.health.nz 

Active/recruiting research

Diabetes and kidney disease - two studies.

Completed studies

Diabetes and cardiovascular outcomes.