Research support clinics are offered to Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences postgraduate students and research staff who are planning on undertaking research. Clinics are an opportunity to discuss any research ideas, funding opportunities, data management or analysis, or any issues relating to developing research with Māori and Pacific.
Led by the Faculty Research Office, in partnership with the Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, research support clinics on the following topics are available:
These clinics do not provide help with ethics or troubleshooting software – if you would like help with ethics, AUTEC offers workshops, seminars and drop-in appointments.
One-hour appointments are an opportunity to talk to a research academic/biostatistician or research manager/specialist about your existing or planned research project on areas in which you would like more information, support, or advice.
If you are a new postgraduate research student planning your thesis or dissertation, you are particularly welcome and we encourage you to attend with your supervisor.
Appointments are limited to one hour, with follow-up appointments when necessary. Check the 'Book a clinic appointment' section to book your appointment.
Research support clinics are held on each AUT campus including AUT Millennium, over each month from 10am to 3pm on Tuesdays.
Under COVID-19 alert levels 3 and 4, we offer Zoom or Teams meetings.