Health Promotion Agency (New Zealand)

Report

Impact of COVID-19

The report presents results from a New Zealand survey of alcohol, tobacco and gambling use during the COVID-19 Level 4 lockdown.
Report

Substance and alcohol use data in the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI)

This research was commissioned by the Health Promotion Agency / Te Hiringa Hauora (HPA) to understand and document what data on alcohol use is held within the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI). This information will support alcohol and IDI researchers to make better use of the...
Literature review

Understanding alcohol use and subsequent harms in young people: an evidence summary

This evidence review confirms that understanding early drinking behaviour is important, with young people’s patterns of drinking continuing into adulthood. This demonstrates that targeting youth drinking can have implications not only for adolescents’ development in the short-term but also long-term health and wellbeing.
Report

Second-hand gambling harm and concern about gambling within the community

This report presents results from the 2018 Health and Lifestyles Survey (HLS). It focuses on respondents’ experiences of second-hand gambling harm for themselves or for others close to them and their concern about the level of gambling within their communities.
Report

Pre-drinking behaviour of people in the night-time economy

This report looks at pre-drinking behaviour (the consumption of alcohol before a night out or event) in Hamilton’s Central Business District at night.