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Globally, depression is marked to become the second leading cause of disability by 2020 (Murray & Lopez, 1996). Six percent of New Zealanders experience a major depressive disorder each year and 14% will experience a major depressive disorder at some point in their lives (Ministry of Health, 2012; Wells, 2006). In 2006,...
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This site provides social indicators for New Zealand society. The indicators are used to measure social outcomes and monitor trends over time, and to make comparisons with other countries.
Topics: Monitoring, Research, Advocacy, Peer Support, Support Groups, Community Development, Voluntary & Community, Conflict & Conflict Resolution, Emergency Services & Disaster Relief, Family Violence, Economic Growth, Employment & Labour, Housing & Homelessness, Poverty & Child Poverty, Natural Disasters, Sustainability, Transport, Healthcare, Mental Health, Arts and Culture, Lifestyle & Standard of Living, Quality of Life, Resilience, Socio-economic status, Sport & Recreation
The CERA Wellbeing Survey is an opportunity for residents of greater Christchurch to say how they're going and what they think about the earthquake recovery. It's conducted every six months by CERA and partner agencies with the participation of a random selection of around 2,500 greater Christchurch residents.
1 Dec 2007
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Research, Social Services, Drugs & Alcohol, Healthcare, Mental Health, Children, Youth
Te Raukura: Mental health and alcohol and other drugs: Improving outcomes for children and youth draws together the key issues and priorities that have been identified by the child and youth mental health and alcohol and other drug sector as requiring action in the next three to five years. Te Raukura provides...
2 Sep 2006
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Disease, Healthcare, Mental Health, Disability, Māori, Pacific People
Te Rau Hinengaro literally translates as ‘the many minds’ and is a reference to how the mind may be thought of as having many different states or levels. It is used to capture the objective of the survey to measure mental disorder. This report, Te Rau Hinengaro: The New Zealand Mental Health Survey:
2 Aug 2006
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Not for profit, Inequality, Families & Whānau, Policy, Public Service, Healthcare, Mental Health, Whānau, Disability, Quality of Life
Te Kōkiri: The Mental Health and Addiction Action Plan has been developed to directly implement Te Tāhuhu – Improving Mental Health 2005-2015: The Second New Zealand Mental Health and Addiction Plan. Te Kōkiri is the result of extensive consultation with the mental health and addiction sector over the past two...
21 Dec 2011
The 'New Zealand Suicide Prevention Action Plan 2008-2012: Second Progress Report’ (the ‘second progress report’) outlines further progress made in implementing the New Zealand Suicide Prevention Action Plan 2008-2012. This second progress report builds on the progress reported in 2009 and describes developments in...
27 Jan 2014
The publication focuses on suicide deaths and self-harm hospitalisations in 2011 and also contains time trend analyses of suicide deaths from 1948 and intentional self-harm hospitalisations from 1996.
15 Aug 2012
The publication focuses on deaths and hospitalisations in 2010 and also contains time-trend analyses of suicide deaths from 1948 and intentional self-harm hospitalisations from 1996.
24 Apr 2012
The publication focuses on deaths and hospitalisations in 2009 and also contains time trend analyses of suicide deaths from 1948 and intentional self-harm hospitalisations from 1996.
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