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Health Promotion Agency: HPA

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HPA leads and delivers innovative, high quality and cost-effective programmes that:

  • promote health, wellbeing and healthy lifestyles
  • prevent disease, illness and injury
  • enable environments that support health and wellbeing and healthy lifestyles reduce personal, social and economic harm.

It also undertakes functions specific to providing advice and research on alcohol issues.

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Completed
Aug 2001
Fourth annual survey measuring the changes in youth attitudes and behaviour towards risky drinking. This report presents the results of the ALAC Youth Drinking Monitor for 2001. Interviewing for this survey took place between 26 March and 22 April, 2001. A total sample of 362 Youth aged between 13 and 18 were interviewed. This monitor is the fourth survey in a series commenced in 1997 to...
Completed
Sep 2000
A special report which focuses on the results of the ALAC Youth Drinking Monitor and the Benchmark of parental Concern, by two broad ethnically based groups - Maori and non-Maori. Online version only.
Completed
Aug 2000
This report presents the results of the ALAC Youth Drinking Monitor for 2000; interviewing for which was completed between 17 March and 4 April with a total sample of 303 Youth aged between 14 and 18. As such, this survey continues the monitoring series commenced with the establishment of a Benchmark survey in 1997 to evaluate and give direction to ALAC’s Youth Drinking Campaign.
Completed
Jul 2000
ALAC has extended the focus of its Youth Drinking Campaign to include the parents and caregivers of teenagers. In this regard, a communications programme targeted at the parents of Youth, 14 to 18, was launched on Sunday, April 16 2000. This report presents the results of a Benchmark survey of parents of 14 to 18 year old Youth conducted prior to the commencement of the campaign. As such, it...
Commissioned
Jun 2000
Drowning is the third cause of injury death across all age groups. Internationally and within New Zealand, alcohol has also been associated with drowning. In 1999, the Injury Prevention Research Centre (IPRC) conducted Stage I of the Boating Safety Survey in the form of a pre-intervention boating survey. Baseline data on alcohol use among boaters in the Auckland region was collected and...

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