National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis (NIDEA)

 

NIDEA undertakes research at the interface of population and economics to help inform choices and responses to the demographic, social and economic interactions that are shaping New Zealand's future.

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  • Prevalence of gestational diabetes in the Waikato region of New Zealand

    Chepulis, Lynne Merran; Morison, Brittany; Lawrenson, Ross; Paul, Ryan (Wiley, 2022)
    Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) during pregnancy is associated with health complications for both mother and infant, but patient numbers in the Waikato District Health Board region of New Zealand have not been well ...
  • The COVID-19 domestic vaccine pass: Implications for Māori

    Kukutai, Tahu; Clark, Vanessa; Mika, Jason; Muru-Lanning, Marama; Pouwhare, Robert; Sterling, Rogena; Teague, Vanessa; Watts, David; Cassim, Shemana (National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis, 2021-11-30)
    The New Zealand government has introduced a COVID-19 domestic vaccine pass to be used in conjunction with the COVID-19 Protection Framework. The Framework is likely to be activated soon after Cabinet meets on 29 November ...
  • Initial report of the 2018 Census external data quality panel

    Bedford, Richard; Reid, Alison; Milne, Barry; Cormack, Donna; Cope, Ian; Cook, Len; Kukutai, Tahu; Lumley, Thomas (Stats NZ, 2019)
    One in six New Zealand residents did not complete a questionnaire for the 2018 New Zealand Census of Population and Dwellings. This was largely due to operational failures that made it difficult for a significant number ...
  • Barriers to diabetes self-management in a subset of New Zealand adults with Type 2 diabetes and poor glycaemic control

    Chepulis, Lynne Merran; Morison, Brittany; Cassim, Shemana; Norman, Kimberley; Keenan, Rawiri; Paul, Ryan G.; Lawrenson, Ross (Hindawi Ltd, 2021)
    Background. Despite the fact that there is an increasingly effective armoury of medications to treat diabetes, many people continue to have substantially elevated blood glucose levels. The purpose of this study was to ...
  • Will access to COVID-19 vaccine in Aotearoa be equitable for priority populations?

    Whitehead, Jesse; Scott, Nina; Atatoa-Carr, Polly; Lawrenson, Ross (New Zealand Medical Association, 2021)
    AIM: This research examines the equity implications of the geographic distribution of COVID-19 vaccine delivery locations in Aotearoa New Zealand under five potential scenarios: (1) stadium mega-clinics; (2) Community Based ...
  • “We’re trying to heal, you know?” A mixed methods analysis of the spatial equity of General Practitioner services in the Waikato District Health Board region

    Whitehead, Jesse; Pearson, Amber L.; Lawrenson, Ross; Atatoa-Carr, Polly (New Zealand Demographic Society, 2020)
    Inequitable access to health services can cause and exacerbate inequities in health outcomes and should therefore be monitored regularly to ensure that service distributions match population needs. Health service accessibility ...
  • Psychosocial support needs of women with breast cancer in the Waikato region

    del Mundo-Ramos, Elaine; Blackmore, Tania Louise; Chepulis, Lynne Merran; Lawrenson, Ross (New Zealand Medical Association, 2019)
    Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer among women and the third most common cancer in New Zealand. Despite improved survival rates, significant psychosocial distress is experienced by breast cancer patients. ...
  • Ha ora: Improving access to early diagnosis of lung cancer for Maori and rural communities. Understanding patient experiences in General Practice

    Lawrenson, Ross; Cassim, Shemana; Kidd, Jacquie; Rolleston, Anna; Hokowhitu, Brendan; Chepulis, Lynne Merran; Firth, Melissa; Aitken, Denise; Wong, Janice; Keenan, Rawiri (University of Waikato, 2021)
    There were two main objectives for this report. The first was to identify the barriers to early diagnosis of lung cancer experienced by Māori lung cancer patients and whānau. Second was to co-design a multi-pronged ...
  • Final report of the 2018 Census External Data Quality Panel

    Bedford, Richard; Reid, Alison; Milne, Barry; Cormack, Donna; Cope, Ian; Cook, Len; Kukutai, Tahu; Lumley, Thomas (Stats NZ, 2020)
    At the time this report was submitted for publication in January 2020, Stats NZ was finalizing its release schedule for census products that allow users to produce their own tabulations and statistical analyses using census ...
  • Family structure and change in early childhood and the wellbeing of tamariki Maori

    Kukutai, Tahu; Prickett, Kate; Atatoa-Carr, Polly; Rata, Arama (Population Association of New Zealand, 2020)
    Internationally there is growing evidence that family structure, and changes in structure, have an impact on children’s health and wellbeing and the intergenerational transmission of inequity. The effects, however, vary ...
  • Survivance as narrative identity: Voices from a Ngāti Tiipa oral history project

    Kukutai, Tahu; Mahuika, Nepia; Kani, Heeni; Ewe, Denise; Kukutai, Karu Hura (2020)
    For Indigenous peoples, and Mäori specifically, storytelling and oral history are crucial to the survival of our collective identities, culture and language. Retold across generations, our stories are often explicit and ...
  • Hā Ora: Reflecting on a Kaupapa Māori community engaged co-design approach to lung cancer research

    Kidd, Jacquie; Cassim, Shemana; Rolleston, Anna; Keenan, Rawiri; Lawrenson, Ross; Sheridan, Nicolette; Warbrick, Isaac; Ngaheu, Janette; Hokowhitu, Brendan (University of Toronto Libraries - UOTL, 2021)
    Co-designed research is gaining prominence within the health care space. Community engagement is a key premise of co-design and is also particularly vital when carrying out kaupapa Māori research. Kaupapa Māori describes ...
  • Hā Ora: secondary care barriers and enablers to early diagnosis of lung cancer for Māori communities.

    Kidd, Jacquie; Cassim, Shemana; Rolleston, Anna; Chepulis, Lynne Merran; Hokowhitu, Brendan; Keenan, Rawiri; Wong, Janice; Firth, Melissa; Middleton, Karen; Aitken, Denise; Lawrenson, Ross (2021)
    BACKGROUND: Lung Cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in Aotearoa New Zealand. Māori communities in particular have higher incidence and mortality rates from Lung Cancer. Diagnosis of lung cancer at an early stage ...
  • Māori, census 2018 and data sovereignty

    Kukutai, Tahu (2019)
    This webinar explores the issues with the 2018 Census data collection and examines what the implications could be for communities and funding. See below to read some relevant articles prior to the webinar. Our presenters ...
  • Psychosocial support needs of women with breast cancer in the Waikato region of New Zealand

    Blackmore, Tania Louise; del Mundo-Ramos, Elaine; Chepulis, Lynne Merran; Lao, Chunhuan; Burrett, Vanessa Mary; McCleery, Jenny; Campbell, Ian; Lawrenson, Ross (WILEY, 2020)
    Breast cancer (BC) is the most frequently diagnosed cancer among women and the third most common cancer in New Zealand (NZ), with more than 3000 registrations and 600 deaths annually.¹ While survival from BC in NZ is better ...
  • The characteristics and outcomes of patients with colorectal cancer in New Zealand, analysed by Cancer Network.

    Blackmore, Tania Louise; Lao, Chunhuan; Chepulis, Lynne Merran; Page, Blaithin; Lawrenson, Ross (New Zealand Medical Association, 2020)
    AIM: The incidence of colorectal cancer (CRC) in New Zealand is high by international standards. Approximately 1,200 people in New Zealand die from this disease per year. Outcomes in New Zealand following a CRC diagnosis ...
  • Understanding ‘higher’ Māori fertility in a ‘low’ fertility context: Does cultural identity make a difference?

    Rarere, Moana (Population Association of New Zealand, 2018)
    The Māori fertility transition brought an end to decades of very high fertility rates, and a convergence towards long-term fertility levels similar to Pākehā/New Zealand European women. However, important differences endure. ...
  • Indigenous data sovereignty

    Kukutai, Tahu; Carroll, Stephanie Russo; Walter, Maggie (IWGIA, 2020)
    Indigenous Peoples have always been ‘data warriors’. Our ancient traditions recorded and protected information and knowledge through art, carving, song, chants and other practises. Deliberate efforts to expunge these ...
  • Census 2018 and Implications for Māori

    Kukutai, Tahu; Cormack, Donna (Population Association of New Zealand, 2018)
    The population census is a universal tool of governance but has come under increasing pressure as governments look to reduce costs, gain efficiencies and counter declining response rates. In Aotearoa New Zealand, the census ...
  • 'Give me my pathway!’: Multinational migration, transnational skills regimes and migrant subjectification

    Collins, Francis L. (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2020)
    In this article, I address the interplay between migration regimes and migrant subjectivities in stepwise multinational migration through a comparative analysis of biographical interviews with migrants in the healthcare ...

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