The New Zealand Youth Tobacco Monitor (NZYTM) is a collaborative research project between the Health Sponsorship Council (HSC) and Action on Smoking andHealth (ASH). The NZYTM helps to inform and evaluate policy and activities to reduce tobacco use, such as recent laws to ban tobacco retail displays, tobacco tax increases and HSC’s ‘Smoking Not Our Future’ campaign. The NZYTM compromises: • The ASH Year 10 Snapshot Survey, an annual tobacco-use survey of around 30,000 year 10 students throughout New Zealand which has been running for over a decade. (See 64 & 64.1 ASH Year 10 Survey) • The HSC’s Youth Insights Survey (YIS), conducted every two years with around 3,000 year 10 students throughout New Zealand, which has been running since 2000. The Youth Insights Survey monitors the broad spectrum of risk and protective factors that relate to the number of young people in New Zealand taking up smoking.
|Personally identifiable (e.g. linked to NHI numbers) and longitudinal or aggregated (e.g. for planning, clinical research etc.)?||aggregated data reported; no identifying info is recorded|
|Does the data contain diagnoses and clinical outcomes? Does the data contain procedures, device information and medication for therapy? Does this data set have cost / price data?||no|
|Presence of Data dictionary? Column headings in Excel or any kind of data model if residing in a relational database (e.g. Access, SQL Server, Oracle etc.)||Questionnaire, full code list, report|
|Linked (or linkable) to other datasets within your organisation or across the Sector||Not linked|
|How often does this data set get updated? Daily? Weekly? Monthly? Quarterly? Yearly?||ASH: annual; YIS: 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012|