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New Zealand

The New Zealand Child and Youth Epidemiology Service publishes national and regional reports with three basic themes on a three-yearly cycle. The indicators described in these reports are based on a specifically designed indicator framework. In addition to providing data on selected indicators, the reports include a series of in-depth topics written by academics and health professionals, who each consider how the health sector might better respond to the health needs of children and young people in New Zealand.

  • Health Determinants
  • Health Status
  • Chronic Conditions and Disability

2014:

The determinants of health for children and young people in New Zealand

2013:

The health of children and young people with chronic conditions and disabilities in New Zealand

2012:

The determinants of health for children and young people in New Zealand

2011:

The health status of children and young people in New Zealand

2010:

The health of children and young people with chronic conditions and disabilities in New Zealand

Preventing home based injuries in pre-school aged children: an overview of the evidence (PDF 839 KB)

2007:

Monitoring the health of New Zealand children and young people: indicator handbook (PDF 3,602 KB)

Monitoring the health of New Zealand children and young people: literature review and framework development (PDF 4,287 KB)