This Annual Data Explorer presents the 2017/18 results from the New Zealand Health Survey, for both adults and children. The Annual Data Explorer includes information on health behaviours and risk factors, health conditions and access to health services
This paper explains why the Ministry of Health age standardises to a Māori population in Māori health analytics when the focus of the analytics is the Māori population and non-Māori are the comparator group.
The resources on this page were developed to support kaiako, early childhood educators, health practitioners, and others in their conversations with parents of under-fives on the importance of sitting less, regular active play and getting the right amount of good quality sleep. These tools can also be used by the parents of under-fives in discussions with their children.
These resources support the Ministry’s Sit Less, Move More, Sleep Well: Active play guidelines for under-fives.
This Annual Data Explorer presents the 2016/17 results from the New Zealand Health Survey, for both adults and children. The Annual Data Explorer includes information on health behaviours and risk factors, health conditions and access to health services.
The report describes the outcomes of a randomised controlled trial (RCT) evaluating the effectiveness of Te Whānau Pou Toru, a culturally adapted version of the Primary Care Triple P – Discussion Groups
This publication presents indicators for Māori child and youth health, examining issues in infancy, issues for ages 0–24 years, respiratory system conditions, communicable diseases, unintentional injuries, reproductive health and mental health
This report aims to establish how the presence of dementia affects Māori and non-Māori, and the services they use when the dementia patients also have cardiovascular disease, chronic lung disease and diabetes mellitus.