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Dec 2014
Commissioned
In winter 2014, HPA and the Ministry of Health implemented a mass media campaign aimed at increasing awareness among parents and caregivers of at-risk children and young people about the causes and effects of rheumatic fever. The purpose of this research was to evaluate the campaign by assessing changes in rheumatic fever-...

Dec 2014
Completed
The Health and Lifestyles Survey (HLS) is a cross-sectional survey conducted every two years with a nationally-representative sample of New Zealand adults (aged 15 years and over). This report uses data from the 2010, 2012, and 2014 HLS to examine time trends in people’s attitudes and experiences relating to the availability and...

Mar 2010
Completed
The purpose of this review is to understand and articulate the approach of the campaign and determine how well the campaign is working. In particular, it articulates the key ideas, messages and approach of the campaign; review the evidence to better understand how well the campaign is working, and focus on lessons and insights...

5 Apr 2007
Completed
In November 2006 the Expert Advisory Committee on Drugs (EACD) recommended to Hon Jim Anderton, Associate Minister of Health, that Benzylpiperazine (BZP) and all known analogues and derivatives, be classified as Class C1 drugs under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1975.In January 2007, Mr Anderton invited interested parties (...

Mar 2010
Completed
This national face-to-face survey included over 2,500 in-home interviews in order to explore attitudes and beliefs about violence towards women, inter-partner violence and child abuse. The survey was prepared in order to answer the following questions: What attitudes do New...

May 2015
Commissioned
This resource provides detailed insight into New Zealanders’ relationship with arts and culture which our clients and other arts organisations can use to increase engagement with their audiences.

Jul 2007
Commissioned
Children are often overlooked as resourceful participants with opinions, ideas and perspectives in the research and policy arena even when they are important stakeholders. In commissioning this review, the Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) has recognised the relevance and importance of research not just concerning children...

2015
Commissioned
Our lives are now awash with media. Consequently our children are exposed to, or can potentially access more content, from a wider range of media, on an ever-expanding range of devices. But what media are New Zealand children consuming in 2014? How are they accessing it, and how often?...

Jun 2005
Completed
Discrimination is one of the most important factors affecting a person’s ability to recover from mental illness. Discrimination has individuals evicted from their homes, fired from their jobs, distanced and treated with shame by their friends and families, and ostracised from their communities. One of the key...

Jul 2008
Commissioned
This report includes findings from four group discussions with young New Zealand Māori (aged 15-24 years) from the greater Wellington area. The objectives of this qualitative research were to identify and understand: the te reo and Māori cultural Māori language and cultural broadcasting and e-media communications and media...

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