Ministry of Health (New Zealand)
COVID-19 risk among disabled people
This report outlines a recent analysis undertaken by the Public Health Agency, regarding burden of COVID-19 disease in the disabled population who receive Disability Support Services (DSS).
Australia and New Zealand Summit on the Value of Allied Health Care - summary report
This publication provides insights into the discussions and presentations at the Australia and New Zealand Summit on the Value of Allied Health held online in August 2022.
Precision health: exploring opportunities and challenges to predict, prevent, diagnose, and treat disease more precisely in Aotearoa New Zealand
Precision health is an exciting and rapidly developing field that holds the potential to significantly improve the health and wellbeing of individuals, whānau and communities across Aotearoa. The Ministry of Health wants to hear about the opportunities and challenges that exist now and into the...
COVID-19 mortality in Aotearoa New Zealand: inequities in risk
With the rise in COVID-19-attributed deaths, it is increasingly important to examine inequities in the direct health effects of COVID-19 across the New Zealand population. The Public Health Agency has undertaken exploratory analysis of COVID-19-attributed mortality to identify and quantify inequities in the burden of...
Principles for healthy urban development
In this paper, the authors discuss the principles for healthy urban development and its connections with health, wellbeing and equity. They also describe how good urban design can protect and promote health, and improve health, equity and disability outcomes.