Primary health care publications

Publications relating to primary health care in New Zealand.

Publications

  • Published 01 September 2016
    This report presents the findings from the 2016 Green Prescription (GRx) initiative patient survey, conducted for the Ministry of Health (the Ministry) in April and May 2016.
  • Published 18 July 2016
    This report presents the findings of the eighth survey in an on-going monitor of participants in the Green Prescriptions Active Families (Active Families) programme. As in previous years, the survey sought the views of participants about how well the programme worked for their child and family. 
  • Primary care in advanced age.
    Published 13 October 2015
    This is short report presents findings from the Life and Living in Advanced Age Cohort Study (LiLACS NZ) about primary health care for Māori (aged 80–90 years) and non-Māori (aged 85 years).
  • Published 12 October 2015
    The draft action plan will provide the foundation for developing pharmacy services within an integrated health and disability system. 
  • Published 30 September 2015
    This publication gives primary care practitioners a guidance to follow so men have consistent and culturally appropriate information about prostate cancer testing and treatment.
  • Published 30 June 2015
    This report presents the findings of the seventh survey in an on-going monitor of participants in the Green Prescriptions Active Families (Active Families) programme. 
  • Published 30 June 2015
    This report presents the findings from the 2015 Green Prescription (GRx) initiative patient survey, conducted for the Ministry of Health (the Ministry) in April and May 2015.
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    Published 23 March 2015
    This set of criteria aims: to help primary health care practitioners manage patients effectively in the community by ensuring they get appropriate access to diagnostics and to provide district health boards with a minimum benchmark of service provision.
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    Published 12 March 2015
    This publication presents a nationally agreed Consensus Statement on the best practice in the identification and management of chronic kidney disease in primary care.
  • Enrolling Babies at Birth cover
    Published 02 May 2014
    This resource provides general practice with practical suggestions to support the process of ensuring newborns are enrolled with general practice as close to birth as possible and no later than two weeks after birth.
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