Canterbury Wellbeing Index
The Canterbury Wellbeing Index monitors wellbeing and tracks the progress of social recovery from the 2010/11 earthquakes, using indicators to identify emerging social trends and issues. It provides accurate and robust information to the Canterbury DHB, partner agencies and the community.
The Canterbury Wellbeing Index consists of a range of indicators structured around health, knowledge and skills, economic wellbeing, social connectedness, civil participation, housing, safety and people.
The Canterbury Wellbeing Index is updated and revised annually and was first published in June 2013.
The Canterbury Wellbeing Index will be reviewed in 2017 so the 2017 volume of the Index will not be produced. Instead Community and Public Health will come together with partner agencies to consider the purpose and content of the Index within the context of other monitoring activities.
Share your thoughts on collected health and wellbeing data
What monitoring tools matter to you? Community and Public Health want to hear from you!
Community and Public Health has a role in promoting and monitoring wellbeing in the Canterbury region. Consequently they are interested in what sources of information about our population’s health and wellbeing you either currently use or would find useful.
Help Community and Public Health meet your needs by completing an online survey – it should take 15 to 20 minutes!
Share your thoughts before the survey closes on Tuesday 2nd August 2017.
The latest Canterbury Wellbeing Index
In September 2016 the Canterbury Wellbeing Index was released by the Canterbury DHB. This was the first time the Canterbury DHB had released the information since inheriting the monitoring of psychosocial recovery from CERA on 1st March 2016.
Sections of the 2016 Canterbury Wellbeing Index
For more information, contact:
Ph:+64 3 378 6707
Ring the Canterbury Support Line on 0800 777 846, if you are finding it hard and need support.
You will be able to talk to someone about accessing the kind of support you need.