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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

2018

Health and wellbeing of under-15 year olds in Aotearoa New Zealand [in production]

2017

Health and wellbeing of under-five year olds in New Zealand [in production]

2016

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

2015

The Health Status of Children and Young People in New Zealand

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)