News & Publications
We’re talking health…research talks event
Due to a great response this event is now fully subscribed. We hope to see you next year!
Ōtākaro Roadworks Update
Oxford Gap roadworks are starting soon and the road will be temporarily closed. Read more here.
48 Hour Health Challenge
Weekend of the 24th & 25th March 2018
Twenty students from the Universities of Canterbury and Otago came together for a weekend to develop innovative concepts addressing key challenges faced by our healthcare system.
Congratulations to the winners!
Read more about the 48 Hour Health Challenge
Mars Bioimaging Ltd Innovation Awards
In recent weeks MARS Bioimaging have won several prestigious awards for developing a spectral CT scanner that produces colour x-ray images.
The awards demonstrate how the skill and dedication of the entire MARS team, together with the support of Canterbury and Otago Universities, PowerHouse Ventures, MBIE, Callaghan Innovation and NZTE, and years of commitment and progress, can enable a research project to become a viable NZ export business.
The awards are:
New Zealand Innovation Awards two awards:
- Innovation in Health & Science
- Emerging New Zealand Innovation
Champion Canterbury Awards three awards including the overall winner in the small enterprise category: –
- Small producer/manufacturer
- Champion Innovation
- Supreme Award Small Enterprise
Congratulations Phil, Anthony and your team!
Victorian Healthcare Week 2017
View the presentation Dr. Ian Town delivered at this annual Australian event.
The Press – ‘The Happening Precinct’
Read an in-depth feature article about Te Papa Hauora/ Health Precinct’s progress to date.
HPAC PRESENTATION TO CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL
View the live streamed presentation from the Health Precinct Advisory Council Chair, Dr Ian Town and Council members to the Christchurch City Council.
Launch of the Health Research Education Facility (HREF)
The Health Precinct Advisory Council is delighted with Canterbury DHB, Ara Institute of Canterbury, and University of Canterbury’s announcement of the HREF. Our thanks and gratitude to the partners and the many people across the many agencies for their work, commitment and dedication in making the HREF a reality and bringing the vision of Te Papa Hauora/ Health Precinct to life.
The Health Precinct – a Crown Anchor Project
The Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU) through the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA), led the early planning and development of the Health Precinct. When CERA disestablished on 18 April 2016 the leadership and governance of the Health Precinct transferred to the Health Precinct Advisory Council.
Read more about the Health Precinct’s planning and history in the CERA document archives.
Read our strategic plan here:
Read our business cases here:
Read our E-Newsletters here:
Read reports about our consultation here:
Download Te Papa Hauora map here