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Pacific young people : findings from the Youth '12 national youth health and wellbeing survey Jacinta Fa’alili-Fidow,, Emma Moselen, Simon Denny, Robyn Dixon, Tasileta Teevale, Amio Ikihele, Terryann Clark & The Adolescent Health Research Group

By: Fa’alili-Fidow, Jacinta.
Contributor(s): Moselen, Emma | Denny, Simon | Dixon, Robyn | Teevale, Tasileta | Ihihele, Amio | Clark. Terryann C | University of Auckland. Adolescent Health Research Group.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Youth2000 survey series.Publisher: Auckland, New Zealand : University of Auckland, 2016Description: electronic document (66 pages); PDF file.ISBN: 978-0-473-34679-9 (electronic) .Other title: The health and wellbeing of New Zealand secondary school students in 2012.Subject(s): ADOLESCENTS | CHILD ABUSE | CHILD EXPOSURE TO VIOLENCE | CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE | COOK ISLANDS PEOPLE | EDUCATION | HEALTH | INFOGRAPHIC | MENTAL HEALTH | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PASIFIKA | SAFETY | SAMOAN PEOPLE | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | SOCIOECONOMIC FACTORS | STATISTICS | SUBSTANCE ABUSE | SUICIDE IDEATION | SURVEYS | TONGAN PEOPLE | YOUNG PEOPLE | YOUTH2000 | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Appendices | Fact sheet | Changes 2001 - 2012 | Video | AHRG website .Summary: "This report presents the Pacific-specific findings from Youth’12, the third national health and wellbeing survey of secondary school students in New Zealand. This is New Zealand’s largest and most comprehensive survey of the health and wellbeing of Pacific students in New Zealand. Included in the survey are a range of factors that impact on the healthy development of Pacific young people, including family, community, education and social environments. The information in this report was provided by 1445 students who identified as any Pacific Island ethnicity in 2012 (17.1% of the entire national sample). Also reported is Pacific data from the surveys conducted in 2001 and 2007 to identify trends over time. We present some intra-Pacific differences for Samoan, Tongan and Cook Island students. Finally, we looked at the differences between Pacific and New Zealand European students to explore health, education and social disparities." (From the Executive summary). Follow the links for the Appendices report for more data, the 2-page fact sheet, the "Changes in Pacific Youth Health in New Zealand between 2001 and 2012" infographic, and the Pacific youth video by Le Va on YouTube. Access the Adolescent Health Research Group (AHRG) website for other publications and information about the Youth 2000 survey series. Record #6357
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Youth2000 survey series

Surveys in the Youth 2000 series were conducted in 2001, 2007 and 2012 by the Adolescent Health Research Group (AHRG) from the University of Auckland

"This report presents the Pacific-specific findings from Youth’12, the third national health and wellbeing survey of secondary school students in New Zealand. This is New Zealand’s largest and most comprehensive survey of the health and wellbeing of Pacific students in New Zealand. Included in the survey are a range of factors that impact on the healthy development of Pacific young people, including family, community, education and social environments.

The information in this report was provided by 1445 students who identified as any Pacific Island ethnicity in 2012 (17.1% of the entire national sample). Also reported is Pacific data from the surveys conducted in 2001 and 2007 to identify trends over time. We present some intra-Pacific differences for Samoan, Tongan and Cook Island students. Finally, we looked at the differences between Pacific and New Zealand European students to explore health, education and social disparities." (From the Executive summary).

Follow the links for the Appendices report for more data, the 2-page fact sheet, the "Changes in Pacific Youth Health in New Zealand between 2001 and 2012" infographic, and the Pacific youth video by Le Va on YouTube. Access the Adolescent Health Research Group (AHRG) website for other publications and information about the Youth 2000 survey series. Record #6357

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