The New Zealand Child and Youth Epidemiology Service publishes national and regional reports with three basic themes: Health Determinants, Health Status, and Chronic Conditions and Disability. These reports are published on a three-yearly cycle. The indicators described in these reports are based on a specifically designed indicator framework. The reports serve to:
- Provide the New Zealand health sector with up to date and accurate information on the health of children and young people
- Highlight areas where there are disparities in child and youth health, or where inequities in service provision mean that children and young people are not reaching their full potential
- Contribute to the evidence base for policy development in child and youth health
- Share the Service's expertise with other researchers interested in improving the wellbeing of children and young people.
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