Counties Manukau Health Library Database & Resource Directory
Pacific Health Clearinghouse: Research, Information and Resources
Pacific Health Research Guidelines . Health Research Council of New Zealand (2014)
see also the 'CM Health Guide to getting started in research'
see also 'Research to action: Improving the lives of New Zealanders though health research' [Health Research Council of New Zealand. 2015]
National. Ministry of Health
Pacific health data and statistics (various)
Tupu Ola Moui: Pacific Health Chart Book (2012)
Tupu Ola Moui presents key indicators for Pacific health including socioeconomic determinants, risk and protective factors, health status, the health system and health service utilisation. It identifies areas where Pacific children and adults experience poorer health outcomes but also areas where improvements are being made.
The Health of Pacific Adults and Children (2013)
This brief paper presents key findings about the health and wellbeing of Pacific adults and children in 2011/12. These results come from the New Zealand Health Survey.
Statistics New Zealand
Health and Pacific peoples in New Zealand: Pacific progress
see also CPHROnline
CPHROnline provides data and information, in the form of interactive maps, for a wide range of health indicators. Data is presented at District Health Board and Territorial Authority levels
The Hub is a one-stop-shop for government research on education, health and wellbeing, crime and justice, families, children and young people, and other social science issues.You can search by keyword, topic or agency from the top of each page. The Hub currently hosts research from the Ministries of Social Development, Justice, Health and Education, and the Social Policy Evaluation and Research Unit (Superu).
Wiki New Zealand health data clearinghouse
Wiki New Zealand sources data from other organisations, including corporations, public repositories, government departments and academics. We import that data into a powerful open source database, we carefully validate it and standardise it. We then make the data available in a series of standardised forms, both human and machine-readable, with rich metadata about the sources, licensing and datatypes.
We are a non-profit membership organisation of health services across Australia and New Zealand. We exist to:
Provide opportunities for health executives to learn how to achieve Best Practice in their organisations
Collect, analyse and publish information comparing organisations and identifying ways to improve operational practices
Promote interstate and international collaboration and networking amongst health organisation executives
Members are provided with a wide range of documents and presentations that identify innovations in health care practice, as well as comparative information and meeting notes. Any staff member from a member health service can access these reports by registering for access with their health service email address.
89 health service organisations across Australia and New Zealand are currently members of The Health Roundtable. Many health service members have multiple facilities. A total of 155 facilities currently provide data for comparative analysis.
Counties Manukau District Health Board
The United States National Library of Medicine's premier bibliographic database providing information from Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, Veterinary Medicine, Allied Health and Pre-Clinical Sciences.
Hint: When searchingPubmed for Pacific content. Search on Pacific as a keyword combined with New Zealand as a MeSH subject heading. You can also use: Samoa; Tonga; Fiji; Polynesian as MeSH subject headings.
Other MeSH subject headings that may be relevant to your search include:
Culture ; Medicine, traditional; Health service, indigenous; Cultural competency; Population groups; Socioeconomic factors
Index New Zealand
General index to New Zealand journals and newspapers from 1987 onwards. Indexes some Pacific serials.
New Zealand’s most comprehensive selection of research papers and related resources. This site include peer-reviewed and other research from universities, polytechnics, and research organisations throughout New Zealand
Publications New Zealand
Publications New Zealand is a record of publications from or about New Zealand, from the earliest days of publishing through to the present
HRC Pacific News
HRC Pacific News is produced twice a year and includes articles about Pacific health research and describes HRC funded Pacific health research outcomes. It also includes profiles of Pacific health researchers and teams and provides important information about Pacific health research funding opportunities.
Le Va: Igniting communities, creating change
Le Va's purpose is to create opportunities for pacific families and communities to flourish through embracing Pacific solutions.
Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing
The Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing is a peer-reviewed, open-access, scholarly online journal that shares multi-disciplinary indigenous knowledge and research experience amongst indigenous health professionals, leaders, researchers and community members.
Journal of Primary Health Care
see the regular 'Vaikoloa' articles about Pacific health in the Continuing Development section of each issue
Pacific Health Dialog
Pacific Health Dialog - The Journal of Community Health and Clinical Medicine for the Pacific Region is the only Medline listed medical and public health journal published specifically for Pacific island countries. see Pacific Mental Health and Addictions - Pacific Health Dialogue (2009)
Pacific Health Review
Every quarter Pacific Health Review features the latest research in the Pacific Health area.
Pacific People’s Health
Pacific Peoples Health is a FREE Publication targeting Pacific people in New Zealand. Educating and informing Pacific health service users.
see also the Community and health page of SPASIFIKmag.com.
Ministry of Health
'Ala Mo'ui: Pathways to Pacific Health and Wellbeing 2014–2018 (2014)
see also Progress reports:
District Health Boards
Counties Manukau District Health Board
Pacific Health Development Annual Plan (2013-2014)
Pacific Health and Disability Action Plan (2006-2010)
Pasefika LotuMoui Health Programme - Operations Plan (2006-2010)
Northern Regional Pacific Mental Health and Addictions Plan (2003/05)
Northern Regional Pacific Mental Health and Addictions Plan - Implementation Plan (2003/05)
Language spoken information from the 2013 NZ Census for Pacific and Asian peoples in Counties Manukau (2015)
Our health in our hands: Pacific Health Action Plan 2013 – 2016 [joint plan for
the Pacific populations of the Auckland and Waitemata DHB] (2014)
The Determinants of Health for Pacific Children and Young People in New Zealand (2014) (Determinants of Health for Children and Young People). New Zealand Child and Youth Epidemiology Service (2016)
Pacific identities and well-being: cross-cultural perspectives by Margaret Nelson Agee ... [et al.] (editors). Otago University Press, 2013. Available from CM Health Library: WA305 A265 2013
Selected Print texts available from Counties Manukau Health Library
Pacific identities and well-being: cross-cultural perspectives (2013) - Location: WA305 A265 2013
Tangata o le Moana: New Zealand and the People of the Pacific (2012) - Location DU424.5 T34 2012
.. more texts from the University of Auckland library: Search terms: Pacific Islanders - Medical Care - New Zealand
New Zealand’s national coordination service and workforce development programme for Pacific mental health, addictions, disabilities and general health
see Le Va's Publications and resources library
Ara Taiohi: Pacific resources
Ara Taiohi is the peak body for the youth sector, created by New Zealand Aotearoa Adolescent Health and Development (NZAAHD) and the National Youth Workers Network Aotearoa (NYWNA).
Whanau Ora: Pasifika resources
Pacific health: Community & Public Health: a division of the Canterbury District Health Board
University of Otago. Pacific Islands research and student support unit
see PIRSSU List of Publications
Auckland University of Technology. Centre for Pacific health and development research
see Publications and Resources from the Pacific Islands Families Study
Tangata o le Moana (People of the Sea) Auckland Regional Pacific Provider Network – is a network of 14 Auckland-based Pacific providers, including:
• The Fono
see more Pacific health provider collectives
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