Māori health data and stats

Statistical publications and data sets on Māori health.

Publications

  • Published 02 June 2010
    Tatau Kahukura: Māori Health Chart Book 2010, 2nd Edition provides a snapshot of Māori health in the mid to late 2000s. It updates the first Māori Health Chart Book, which was released in 2006 and was based on data from the early 2000s.
  • Published 02 December 2009
    This profile provides key facts and information about Māori smoking and tobacco use compared to non-Māori. It presents data on daily smoking rates over time, current smoking rates by age group, the type of tobacco smoked, second-hand smoke exposure, the smoking habits of young Māori smokers, Quit services and information about Aukati Kaipaipa.
  • Published 01 March 2008
    This booklet describes the health of Māori male sentenced prisoners at a point in time and covers chronic disease and head injury, risk factors, protective factors, oral health, health service utilisation, and refers to previous research on Māori male prisoners.
  • Published 02 August 2007
    He Pa Harakeke: Māori Health Workforce Profile presents the most recent statistical information of Māori in the regulated health workforce, as well as career profiles highlighting the potential pathways for Māori to enter the health and disability workforce.
  • Published 01 May 2006
    Unequal Impact: Māori and Non-Māori Cancer Statistics 1996–2001is the first cancer chartbook of Māori and Non-Māori cancer statistics. This chartbook of Māori and non-Māori cancer statistics provides comprehensive analysis of differences in cancer incidences, mortality, stage of diagnosis and survival in New Zealand using national cancer registrations, deaths data and hospital admissions data for the six-year period 1996–2001 (inclusive). The statistics in this cancer chart book are presented by gender and by total population, and are also age standardised and age specific.
  • Published 06 April 2006
    Tatau Kahukura: Māori Health Chart Book is a richly detailed report that offers a descriptive analysis of data, along with statistical information, that is accessible and presented in an easy-to-use format. This report provides a picture of the health status of the Māori population compared to non-Māori. Key indicators relate to the socio-economic determinants of health, risk and protective factors for health, health status, and health service utilisation. This monitoring report has been prepared by Public Health Intelligence and Te Kete Hauora (Māori Health Directorate) in the Ministry of Health.
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