PHA documents


STIR Annual Report 2019


STIR (Stop Institutional Racism), our special interest group, have just released their annual report. Read what they have been up to and prepare to be awed! Download STIR Annual Report 2019.


Publications


Getting into the Act


Written by Dr Tara Kessaram, this thinkpiece provided support to the PHA branches in the lead up to the 2013 local council and DHB elections. 

Download Getting into the Act.




Living in healthy environments




This 2012 PHA publication is subtitled Balancing the interests of individuals and  communities. As a society we need to make decisions about how our environments are organised and the role we have to play in looking after our own health and the health of others. This balance of individual and community interests is at the core of public health ethics. 

Download Living in healthy environments.



Te ture whakaruruhau – Code of ethical principles for public health in Aotearoa New Zealand


The purpose of the Code, produced by the PHA in 2012 is to give guidance in ways to consider ethical practice in public health in Aotearoa New Zealand. It is to assist public health practitioners, managers and organisations to explore and discuss ethical approaches that may help resolve conflicting lines of public health action.

Download Te ture whakaruruhau


Generic Competencies for Public Health in Aotearoa-New Zealand

This document presents a set of generic competencies for public health that provide a
minimum baseline set of competencies that is common to all public health roles across all
public health sectors and disciplines.

Download Generic Competencies for Public Health in Aotearoa-New Zealand


How to promote public health in your community

Local and regional government can control a large number of factors that determine the health of people in their areas. In 2010 the PHA developed this plain language guide. 

Download  How to promote public health in your community.

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