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Sapere was engaged by ACC on behalf of the three funders of SAATS (ACC, the Ministry of Health and New Zealand Police) to undertake a review of the current delivery and sustainability of SAATS. The review also considered the role and sustainability of the Doctors for Sexual Abuse Care (DSAC) organisation and a proposed new […]
Continence NZ contracted Sapere to undertake an independent analysis of the current state of continence services in District Health Boards (DHBs) in New Zealand. The purpose is to profile what is currently happening for service delivery against known good practice and then to make comment on that for the future for New Zealand. The methodology […]
This is the third and final conclusion and recommendation paper in the independent review of the framework for Disability Information and Advisory Services (DIAS) and Needs Assessment and Service Coordination (NASC) for Disability Support Services (DSS) of the Ministry of Health (the Ministry). The purpose of the first paper was to highlight the current state […]
A cost utility analysis of a pilot of bowel screening in New Zealand. The analysis used micro-simulation to explore the cost effectiveness of a bowel screening programme in a New Zealand setting. It found that bowel screening is an extremely cost effective health intervention.
Gary Blick, Joanna Smith and Julie Artus from Sapere Research Group were engaged by the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFAT) to undertake an independent evaluation of the Institutional Linkage Programme between the Samoan National Health Service and Counties Manukau District Health Board, that was funded by the New Zealand Aid Programme. The purpose […]
Sapere was commissioned by the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) to undertake a strategic evaluation of the New Zealand Aid Programme’s support for Pacific fisheries. The evaluation provided and advice and recommendations on what has worked well and what hasn’t, including critical success factors, and lessons for the focus of future […]
The Mekem Strong Solomon Islands Fisheries (MSSIF) programme is a partnership between New Zealand and Solomon Islands. It is implemented by the Solomon Islands Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (MFMR), with support from the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT). The objectives of this assessment were to assess the general performance […]
The New Zealand Medical Treatment Scheme (NZMTS) aims to assist Pacific island countries to provide their citizens with access to specialised medical treatment. This evaluation, by Sapere Principals Gary Blick and Joanna Smith, looked at the performance of the NZMTS over the period 2011/12 to 2013/14.
In this report prepared for the Iwi Advisors Group in December 2014, we examine the direct and indirect benefits involved in furnishing to iwi a share of the allocable quantum of fresh water, and in doing so, shifting the allocation system from the current resource consent regime to a rights-based regime.
This report finds that the degree of network congestion upon which the proposals in Ergon’s Tariff Structure Statement depend has been over-stated by two (2) orders of magnitude based on Ergon’s public data on zone substation congestion. It follows that the AER’s August 2016 Draft Decision finding that the ETSS contributes sufficiently to the achievement […]