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the world’s leading health problems

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At NIHI we measure our success by our contribution to improving people's health in New Zealand and around the globe

 

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Announcing the successful projects for the Spark Health Digital Innovation Programme 2020

We are pleased to announce the successful applicants to the Spark Health Innovation Programme 2020 funds - a collaborative venture between Spark Health and NIHI. Congratulations to all the projects selected, you can check all the details below.

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New app for people experiencing gambling problems

The National Institute for Health Innovation (NIHI) has developed a new app called Manaaki for people experiencing harms or problems from their gambling. Manaaki is a mobile phone based cognitive behavioural therapy app based on the Deakin University (Australia) GamblingLess on-line tool.

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About NIHI

Our work is focused on preventing disease, improving people’s health, reducing health inequities and enabling the delivery of more effective and equitable healthcare.

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Meet the Team

Our NIHI team consists of academic researchers, project managers, developers, data managers, biostatisticians and more.

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Manaaki

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