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Welcome to the Environmental Health Indicators New Zealand website

 

Monitoring New Zealand’s Environmental Health (MNZEH) has three core elements:

 

  • Conducting research into the effect of environment factors on the health of the animal and human populations

  • Offering face to face and online teaching at the undergraduate and postgraduate level, and training involving short courses

  • A ‘consultancy’ service providing data and analytical services and dissemination of fit for purpose information products

  MNZEH 3 elements

 

The MNZEH comprises five integrated concept-driven surveillance systems. Where possible all data and information are available visually in a variety of map and graph formats at the website CPHROnline, or in factsheets and report cards at www.ehinz.ac.nz. The surveillance systems are:

 

  • Environmental Health Indicators

  • Occupational Disease Surveillance

  • Hazardous Substances Surveillance

  • Environmental Burden of Disease

  • New Zealand Birth Defects Registry

     

     
    MNZEH diagram

 

This website will have regular updates on the project, operated under a contract with the Ministry of Health, as well as relevant data, information, publications and links.

Latest News

  • Hazardous Substances Injury Report now available
  • 22/05/2014
  • The Hazardous Substances Injury Report 2013 is now available.This report presents findings on the adverse health effects of exposure to hazardous substances in New Zealand.

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  • MNZEH Newsletters
  • 05/11/2013
  • MNZEH Newsletters are now available on our website. You could find them under the "Publications" tab or by simply clicking here.

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  • Factsheet update
  • 01/11/2013
  • Factsheets for the following indicators have been updated. These are available under the "Factsheets" tab or by simply clicking on the links below.

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  • Survey Methods Course
  • 03/10/2013
  • The Centre for Public Health Research is running a two day Course on Survey Methods from the 12th - 13th of November 2013 presented by Professor David Smith and Professor Steve Haslett.

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  • Vehicle Factsheets updated
  • 04/07/2013
  • Factsheets for the following indicators have been updated. These are available under the "Factsheets" tab or by simply clicking on the links below.

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