What we do
The Environmental Health Indicators New Zealand (EHINZ) team is a research, training and consultancy group, specialising in environmental health information.
We are based at the Centre for Public Health Research, Massey University, Wellington. Our work is funded by the New Zealand Ministry of Health.
Our work has three core elements
The programme of Monitoring New Zealand's Environmental Health (MNZEH) has three core elements:
- We conduct research into the effect of environment factors on the health of the animal and human populations.
- We offer training through short courses, and face-to-face and online teaching at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. Go to the training webpage.
- We provide a consultancy service, providing data and analytical services, and dissemination of fit-for-purpose information products. Go to the consultancy services webpage.
Our surveillance systems for environmental health
We have five surveillance systems for monitoring environmental health in New Zealand, which are integrated and concept-driven. These surveillance systems are:
- Environmental Health Indicators
- Occupational Disease Surveillance
- Hazardous Substances Surveillance
- Environmental Burden of Disease
- New Zealand Birth Defects Registry
We make information and data accessible
On this website, you can find regular updates on the project, as well as relevant data, information, publications and links.
Where possible, we make all information and data available to you:
- on this website, in a variety of map and graph formats
- in our publications and factsheets
- on our mapping website CPHROnline.
To find out more about what we do, and how we can help you, contact us.