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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.

The majority of NZCYES reports published since 2009 are available in OUR Archive. Subscribe to the RSS feed to receive a link to new publications as they become available.

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