Accident Compensation Corporation
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The Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) provides comprehensive, no-fault personal injury cover for all New Zealand residents and visitors to New Zealand.
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ACC is focused on reducing the incidence and severity of treatment injuries in New Zealand. That’s why we are investing $45 million in initiatives over the next five years working with the health sector. Along side this we have released national figures about claims for treatment injuries (cases where patients are unintentionally harmed during medical treatment) in New Zealand public hospitals...
The forestry sector is one of WorkSafe’s four priority sectors due to the high incidence of injuries and fatalities. WorkSafe has had a dedicated Forestry Programme since 2010. The programme requested that Research and Evaluation carry out formative research to provide evidence to inform a review of the current focus and the development of future initiatives. The research employed a mixed-...
22 Aug 2016
This report summarises the evidence in relation to what works for the primary prevention of child abuse and neglect (CAN) including child sexual abuse (CSA) with a focus on children aged 0-5 and the adults around them. The review addresses the following research questions: 1. What are the risk and protective factors for CAN and CSA within a socio-ecological framework? 2. What are the...
20 Jun 2016
Childhood sexual abuse can have significant short- and long-term effects, including the subsequent development of alcohol use disorder. This report is an evidence-based guide on the association between childhood sexual abuse and alcohol use disorder (including alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence) as a teenager/adult. These findings will be used to assist in the decision making process...
The case for investment in: A quality improvement programme to reduce pressure injuries in New Zealand
19 Nov 2015
with: Ministry of Health: MoHAccident Compensation CorporationHealth Quality and Safety Commission: HQSC
This report from KPMG presents the findings of a qualitative study into reducing pressure injuries in New Zealand. Pressure injuries are a major cause of preventable harm for healthcare services including hospital, residential aged care and home care in New Zealand. Approximately 4-8% of those that receive healthcare in New Zealand experience a PI, regardless of their age or mobility1. PI...
Topics: Evaluation, Kaupapa Māori, Housing & Homelessness, Hazards, kanohi ki te kanohi, Manaakitanga, Marae, Whānau, Māori
‘My home is my marae’ is a falls prevention initiative designed to empower Māori communities through sharing knowledge and skills about home safety. It was trialled over an 18 month period in 2013 - 2014 across South Auckland and Northland regions. This report presents an ACC-commissioned evaluation of the initiative carried out using a kaupapa Māori theory-based approach.
Topics: Evaluation, Research, Crime & Safety, Family Violence, Education & Training, Secondary Education, Relationships, Youth, Sexual orientation
Mates & Dates is a healthy relationships programme for secondary school students. It’s designed to help prevent sexual and dating violence by teaching young people relationship skills and behaviours to carry with them throughout their lives. It’s about all kinds of relationships, including friends and family.
Reducing Harm from Falls - Evaluation of the Mini-Collaborative Aged Residential Care Programme in the Wellington Region
The Health Quality & Safety Commission (HQSC) in conjunction with the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) and three Wellington-based District Health Boards (DHBs), established a mini-collaborative to coordinate a 10-month collaboration to reduce harm from falls in age-related residential care (ARRC). The agencies commissioned an evaluation to learn from the mini-collaborative on falls...
7 May 2014
with: Ministry of Health: MoHMinistry of Social Development: MSDMinistry of Justice: MoJMinistry of Education: MoEDepartment of CorrectionsTe Puni Kōkiri: TPKNZ PoliceMinistry of Business, Innovation and Employment: MBIEAccident Compensation Corporation
Topics: Employment & Labour, Social Services, Families & Whānau, Healthcare, Whānau, Quality of Life, Socio-economic status
Social services are working more and more collaboratively to deliver services to New Zealanders. This occurs throughout the sector, from frontline NGOs delivering services on behalf of multiple agencies, all the way to agencies and Ministries in Wellington working together to find new solutions. This is based on the recognition that addressing complex social issues is rarely the responsibility...
More than any other developed country, New Zealand's economy, people and environment depend on the success of land-based industries. The agriculture industry is at the core of New Zealand's economy and is a major determinant of employment and social wellbeing.1 Rural communities and in particular farmers and their families, are at the heart of this industry. Maintaining their health and wellbeing...
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