Our Network

Our clinician-led Network is inclusive of all professional groups in New Zealand concerned with maternal, fetal, neonatal and paediatric health. We cover the geography of Aotearoa New Zealand with regional representatives across the district health boards. We have an established consumer forum to optimise the impact of what we do, and our activities are overseen by a National Executive Committee.

Learn more

Browse our pages to learn about who we are, our activities, New Zealand clinical trials, how you can get involved, and research translation and implementation. You can also click the images directly below to access key areas of our site and use the quick links at the bottom of the page.

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Healthcare Professionals & Researchers

If you are a healthcare provider or a researcher in maternal, perinatal or neonatal health, this section provides details on ways to get involved with the ON TRACK Network and clinical trials research. In this section you can also access publications, guidelines and websites to help you develop your own knowledge base and clinical/research practice.
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Women & Whānau

If you want to learn more about and/or contribute to clinical trials research for better health of mothers and babies in New Zealand, this section provides information on what clinical trials are and why they are important. We also provide details on our Forum for Women & Whānau, which is a key way for you to become involved with the ON TRACK Network.

Quick Links

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Access copies of our newsletters here.

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Would you like to join our National Executive Committee? Read more here.

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Forum for Women & Whānau: access our consumer forum for the ON TRACK Network on Facebook.


Looking for support and resources to run a clinical trial? Take a look at the Health Research Platform.


Research Prioritisation: Find out more about this key ON TRACK Network project.


Understanding and Prioritising Māmā and Pēpi Health Research for Whānau Māori Webinar