A view of new zealand's capital of wellington, located at the southwestern tip of north island near the cook strait the city is the second largest in new zealand (after auckland), and at 41 degrees south latitude, it is the southernmost capital city in the world. Aotearoa/new zealand there is clear evidence of the differential distribution of social, focuses on some social and economic indicators of health for màori. Māori, the indigenous people of new zealand, have worse health status than non-māori new zealanders across almost all health indicators there is an eight year life expectancy. This collection of statistics has been chosen to highlight the current situation of aboriginal and torres strait islander peoples in australia, (hereon indigenous peoples) across a range of indicators including: health education employment housing and contact with criminal justice and welfare systems. It provides an overview of the health status of asian communities in 2006-07, in comparison with the rest of the new zealand population and at the same time provide information on trends in health status among the asian communities since 2002-03.
Statistical data and indicators of poverty in new zealand determine health include: - nutritional status population ageing and government health expenditures. Socio-economic status at the time of the 2013 census 36% of the counties manukau population were living in areas classed as the most socioeconomically deprived (based on the nz deprivation index 2013, deciles 9 and 10 being the 20% relatively most deprived areas in new zealand. It developed a series of performance indicators to assess the overall level and distribution of health in the populations, and the responsiveness and financing of health care services it was the organization's first ever analysis of the world's health systems.
New zealand ranks at the top in health status it ranks above the average, environmental quality, civic engagement, housing, subjective well-being, education and skills, jobs and earnings, and social connections but below average in income and wealth, work-life balance, and personal security. Health and wellbeing of older pacific peoples in new zealand status measure for a new zealand population hamilton, new zealand: hamilton, health and disability. This section presents a range of indicators relating to health status, health status indicators for māori compared to the total new zealand population. This release consists of online tables for the most important indicators from the 2016/17 new zealand health survey these are self-rated health, smoking (current), past-year drinking, hazardous drinking, obesity, mental health status (psychological distress), unmet need for gp due to cost and unfilled prescriptions due to cost. 15 'asian' populations in new zealand 2 17 equity of health status and access to health care 4 3 methodology 6 31 selection of indicators 6 32 data.
New zealand, this is the case for 4 out of 7 selected well-being indicators however, migrants in new zealand have lower outcomes than the native-born for literacy and social support, while they report a higher level of perceived. The health of indigenous peoples and new zealand maori populations, before turning to look at the latest data on health status of australian indigenous people. An evaluation of statistics new zealand population estimates and projections, 1996-2013 (published september 2016) evaluates the accuracy of recent national and subnational population estimates and projections. There is no official 'poverty line' in new zealand as there is in other countries (eg usa) and no formal agreement about exactly how to measure poverty there is general consensus however, that the strongest indicator of poverty is your level of income. New zealand health care systems in transition the total resident population in new zealand is 3 792 654 (provisional result status of any country, territory.
Data on new zealand across agriculture,development,economy,education,energy,environment,finance,government,health,innovation and technology,jobs,society. Inequalities preventable by reasonable means are unfair, and in health are indicators of distributional differences in the health status of the population in all countries, including new zealand, people experience different social circumstances that result in avoidable differences in health, well-being and length of life. 41 nutrition in new zealand health status indicators and health goals population health status measures must reflect a broad spectrum of the communitys.
Nutrition and weight status, & physical activity older adults, and dementias, including alzheimer's disease healthy people 2010 leading health indicators at a. Indicator definitions and metadata download all definitions in one pdf file indicator definitions and metadata pdf, 189kb health status indicators: mortality. This article presents some reflections on population ageing in new zealand and its likely implications for social and economic planning it also encourages greater understanding of evolving demographic changes in this area. The aim of this review was to provide an overview of diabetes management in five selected oecd countries (australia, canada, new zealand, the us and the uk), based on data available for general and indigenous populations where appropriate.