This report describes changes in spending patterns a
SHORE & Whāriki Research Centre Massey University analysed Attitudes and Behaviour towards Alcohol Survey (ABAS) data from 2013/14 to 2015/16, using a strengths-based and Kaupapa Māori analytic approach to assess Māori attitudes and behaviours.
They found that:
This report from SHORE & Whariki Research Centre examined patterns of purchasing of alcohol, including late night purchasing, from on and off licensed premises, using survey data from 2015.
This research reports on the impact of different energy (kilojoules/calories) labels on consumers’ likelihood of buying and drinking alcoholic beverages.
Phase one used focus groups to explore consumers’ awareness of energy in alcoholic beverages, their views on energy labelling on alcoholic beverages, and the effects of different types of energy labelling on likely purchase and consumption of alcohol.
Phase two used randomised trial methodology to further explore the impact of different energy labelling.
Older adults are at significant risk from alcohol-related harm, yet few studies have explored the patterns of older adult alcohol use over time.
HPA funded Massey University and the University of Auckland wto look at the role of alcohol in older people’s lives, patterns of alcohol use, and how the drinking patterns of older New Zealanders compare with other countries.
The research used 10 years of longitudinal data from the New Zealand Health, Work and Retirement Longitudinal Study (NZHWR).
This infographic highlights key insights into alcohol-rel
Research has shown New Zealanders' drinking patterns are largely stable across peoples’ lifespan, with long periods of hazardous or non-hazardous drinking. Going from non-hazardous to hazardous drinking or vice versa was usually triggered by a single event such as unemployment, relationship breakdown or developing a chronic health condition.
HPA researchers along with researchers from the
An overview of the process of developing a prototype web-