We have recently updated the Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI) indicator in the indoor environment domain. Exposure to second-hand smoke increases the risk of SUDI in young children.
We have released our 15th newsletter. To find out more about our recent work, please read here.
The 'Population Information' domain has been renamed to 'Population Vulnerability'. It now includes information on what makes particular individuals and groups within the population susceptible to environmental hazards.
We have released our 14th newsletter. To find out more about our recent work, please read here or download here.
Data by District Health Board (DHB) for 2014–17 are now available in the following factsheets: - asthma prevalence in children, 2016/17 - unmet need for GP services due to a lack of...
We have recently released a new indicator on meningococcal disease in children. Meningococcal disease is a serious bacterial infection, which can cause meningitis, blood poisoning, and even death.
Our EHI team has collaborated with the EpiCentre to create PAWS (people • animals • wellbeing • surveillance).
This latest factsheet on children's oral health in New Zealand has been released and can be found here Children in fluoridated areas generally have better oral health Oral health status differs by region...
We have recently released factsheets on hazardous substances and lead absorption notifications in 2015-2016 Read more or download the factsheet on hazardous substances notifications or the factsheet on lead absorption notifications....
In 2016/17, 2. 6% of children and 3. 2% of adults had an unmet GP need due to a lack of transport (about 148,000 New Zealanders).