Projects tagged with Diet & Nutrition
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This is ERO’s second report about the amended National Administration Guideline 5 (NAG 5) requirements. The first evaluated schools’ readiness to meet the new requirements. It found that almost all of the 173 schools ERO reviewed between 1 February and 31 May 2008 met or were preparing to meet these amendments.
Healthy Futures is the evaluation of the Ministry of Health’s Fruit in Schools (FiS) initiative. This evaluation was conducted by the New Zealand Council for Educational Research and Health Outcomes International. This project is split into three reports: The changing face of Fruit in Schools: The...
17 Oct 2008
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Policy, Diet & Nutrition, Disease, Drugs & Alcohol, Healthcare, Mental Health, Disability, Quality of Life
Summary from the Director-General of Health, Stephen McKernan I am pleased to present the results of the first year of Health Targets – 2007/08. When we launched Health Targets in August 2007, we recognised that they would capture a small part of what is necessary and important to the health of New Zealanders...
This document presents findings on family and whānau eating practices from two major research projects undertaken by the HSC.
4 Jun 2008
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Income & Wealth, Inequality, Social Services, Behaviour Management, Child Development, Diet & Nutrition, Disease, Drugs & Alcohol, Gambling, Hazards, Healthcare, Mental Health, Obesity, Quality of Life, Gender
Portrait of Health is the first release of key descriptive findings from the 2006/07 New Zealand Health Survey. Analyses have been presented by gender, age group, ethnic group, neighbourhood deprivation and regional area where possible. Results are compared with earlier surveys where possible for the total population and for...
A survey of 1,133 parents and caregivers of 5- to 16-year-old children, and 547 5- to 16-year-old children. The data describes attitudes and behaviours towards food and drink.
Topics: Research, Families & Whānau, Parenting, Diet & Nutrition, Drugs & Alcohol, Gambling, Lifestyle & Standard of Living, Sport & Recreation
The family environment is an important influence on a wide range of social and health outcomes and there is general agreement that strong families lead to successful and healthy outcomes for family members. In 2007, around 100 New Zealand families and whānau participated in a study that explored how health...
These earlier reports should be used for historical perspective – many of our more recent reports replace these and are more current and up to date. Mission-On is an inter-agency campaign coordinated by Sport and Recreation New Zealand (SPARC) in partnership with the Ministries of...
1 Mar 2008
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Crime & Safety, Prisons, Inequality, Diet & Nutrition, Disease, Drugs & Alcohol, Hazards, Healthcare, Māori, Prisoners
The publication has been prepared by the Public Health Intelligence unit of the Ministry of Health for the Māori Health Directorate, and is based on the ‘PHI Occasional Bulletin: Results from the Prisoner Health Survey 2005’ which was released in December 2006.The Prisoner Health Survey 2005 was conducted by the Ministry of...
2 Feb 2008
Topics: Evaluation, Research, Housing & Homelessness, Inequality, Poverty & Child Poverty, Families & Whānau, Households, Parenting, Child Development, Child Mortality, Diet & Nutrition, Disease, Hazards, Healthcare, Children, Disability, Pacific People, Race & Ethnicity
This paper, part of the Pacific Health and Disability Plan Review series, brings together available information and evidence about Pacific child health in New Zealand. It: describes the determinants of child health: families, housing, education, deprivation ...
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