Projects tagged with Information & Communications Technology
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Warning! The report – and this page – contain language that some people will find offensive. This report documents the findings of a national survey carried out in March 2013 among 1,500 members of the general public aged 18 years and over.
Topics: Research, Social Security & Welfare, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Asian, Māori, Information & Communications Technology
This research project was conducted to explore the attitudinal differences for Māori and Pasifika peoples towards increased information sharing between government agencies. Participants from the Asian community were also included, as this is the other major non-European cultural group in New Zealand.
This research was undertaken in order to evaluate the Kiwi Lives III campaign, which is part of a national social marketing programme to minimise gambling harm. The HPA will use the findings to understand the impact of the campaign and to direct its future strategic development. The campaign was developed over...
13 Jun 2013
with: Ministry of Health: MoH
Topics: Public Service, Healthcare, Disease, Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, Information & Communications Technology
This report is an evaluation of a demonstration site coordinated by Health Workforce New Zealand. A diabetes nurse (DN) operates with a high degree of expertise in delivering diabetes services. Being able to prescribe common medicines in a collaborative team is a natural extension of this role.
Topics: Evaluation, Teachers, E-Learning, Literacy & Numeracy, Schools, Policy, Information & Communications Technology
This report summarises the findings from the evaluation of the National Education Network Trial Extension (NEN Trial). It focuses on changes to teachers’ practices and the learning experiences of their students as a result of their school’s participation in the NEN Trial from July 2011 through to July 2012. ...
Topics: Monitoring, Research, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, Policy, Disability, Women, Discrimination, Information & Communications Technology, Media & Communications
This report on media monitoring outlines one half of the 2013 activities undertaken by the Convention Coalition in 2013. Article 8 of the Convention encourages “… all organs of the media to portray persons with disabilities in a manner consistent with the purpose of the present Convention”. This is reflected...
The Impact on the Integrity of the Tax System of IR Sharing Information with Other Public Sector Organisations
Topics: Research, Social Security & Welfare, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Information & Communications Technology
This report presents the findings of Inland Revenue commissioned research to gather the views of owners of small and medium businesses on Inland Revenue sharing information about individual businesses with other government departments and the perceived 'risks' and 'unintended consequences' resulting from this...
Diagnosis and Management of Prostate Cancer in New Zealand Men: Recommendations from the Prostate Cancer Taskforce
with: Ministry of Health: MoH
Topics: Evaluation, Research, Public Service, Disease, Healthcare, Men, Quality of Life, Gender, Information & Communications Technology
Prostate cancer is a significant burden to men’s health and is now one of the most important issues facing New Zealand men.The lack of a reliable way of detecting prostate cancer early has created many challenges. The commonly used prostate specific antigen (PSA) blood test detects both cancer and non-cancerous conditions. As...
Topics: International Research, Research, Information & Communications Technology, Media & Communications
The classifications assigned to films and games by different countries are substantially variable as are the symbols, names and meanings used on classification labels. Nevertheless, it is interesting to compare New Zealand classifications with those of other jurisdictions, to find out what is similar and what is different...
Topics: Tertiary Education, E-Learning, Leadership, Policy, Innovation, Information & Communications Technology
This report gives an overview of the research literature relating to approaches adopted by tertiary sector organisations when planning or implementing e-learning.
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