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New Zealand’s District Health Boards (DHBs), which are responsible for delivering health services to their populations, receive their share of public funding according to the Population-Based Funding Formula (PBFF). The ...
Using the Eyes in the Back of our Heads: An Ecological Appraoch to Reducing Unintentional Injury to Young Children in the Home Environment The rate of unintentional injury among children in New Zealand is not one of which we can be proud. Of children under 15 years, those aged 0-4 years carry the greatest burden and these children are injured at home more ...
Wind turbine noise and health-related quality of life of nearby residents: a cross sectional study in New Zealand Hearing allows humans to detect threats in the environment and to communicate with others. However, unwanted sound has the capacity to evoke reflexive and emotional responses, and can act a stressor. The World Health ...
This chapter reviews current best evidence in the identification and management of work related factors causing musculoskeletal pain and discomfort.