School of Population Health



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The Centre for Asian and Ethnic Minority Health Research (CAHRE) is New Zealand's preeminent research group on Asian health issues and is developing as the national focal point for the production and translation of research findings into policy and services directed at enhancing health outcomes for specific Asian ethnic populations in New Zealand.  The scope of work that the Centre undertakes is widening to include other ethnic minority populations in New Zealand.

Migration, filial piety and transnational aged care: A cross-national study of Chinese families caring for older parents across borders (2014-2016)

Funded by: Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange  

Asian under-fives (2016)

Funded by: Asia New Zealand Foundation   

Suicide in Asian communities (2014)

Funded by: Auckland District Health Board   

Prolonging the healthy migrant status of future Asian immigrants (2012-2014)

Funded by: University of Auckland FMHS Faculty Research Development

The impact of gambling and problem gambling on Asian families and communities in New Zealand (2012)

Funded by: Ministry of Health

South Asian Healthy Eating Action Programme (2011)

Funded by: Ministry of Health

Impacts of the work experiences of Asian immigrants on family wellbeing (2011)

Funded by: Families Commission