Women’s Health and Newborn Annual Report. Download here.
Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI) is a mostly preventable event with well-known risk and protective factors. Working alongside CMH, we’re pleased to provide our findings after seeking feedback from mothers, parents and caregivers on the Safe Sleep Tool.
The first five years of life are critical to establishing positive or negative pathways toward health and well-being yet inequities in Pacific child health still exist.
Moana Research was comissioned by Counties Manukau Health to understand mothers views on where they chose to birth (home, hospital or primary birthing unit) and the decisions surrounding this choice. This project provided an opportunity for mothers and fathers to share their views and experiences, and create an ideal birthing unit which mothers would want to use.
Moana Research contributed to this important document on ‘Accelerating the advancement of Pacific people in the workforce’ with The Southern Initiative, MBIE and The Auckland Co-design lab.
A new Māori & Pacific Investment Fund (“the Fund”) approved by the A Better Start – E Tipu e Rea National Science Challenge (“the Challenge”) Board was established to encourage Māori and Pasifika-led research within the Challenge.
This scoping document provides baseline information to inform consultation on a newly established fund for Māori and Pasifika-led research within the A Better Start – E Tipu e Rea National Science Challenge (“The Challenge”).
Growing Up in New Zealand: A longitudinal study of New Zealand children and their families. Transition to school.
Moving from an Early Childhood Education (ECE) environment to a primary school environment
represents a significant transition for children. The Transition to school report adds value to the body of knowledge
that’s already gathered during the before birth and preschool periods, and also lays the platform for later
data collection waves as the children transition to adolescence and into adulthood.