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    • The Role of Culture in Sports Sponsorship: An Update

      Keshkar, S; Lawrence, I; Dodds, M; Morris, E; Mahoney, T; Addesa, F; Hedlund, D; Dickson, G; Ghasemi, H; Faruq, A; Naylor, M; Santomier, J (Iranian Association of Phisical Education and Sport Science, 2018)
      Nowadays sponsorship is an important part of sports events. Sports sponsorship offers more benefits, more variety and also it’s a more powerful form of marketing. In general, sponsorship holds a unique position in the ...
    • Concussion Incidence for Two Levels of Senior Amateur Rugby League in New Zealand, 2008-2011

      King, D; Hume, P; Cummins, C; Clark, TN; Gissane, C (Remedy Publications, 2018)
      Aim: To report the incidence, injury mechanisms and assessment of concussion in two levels of amateur senior rugby league over 2008-2011. Methods: A prospective observational study of competition injuries in a New Zealand ...
    • Variation in Structure and Process of Care in Traumatic Brain Injury: Provider Profiles of European Neurotrauma Centers Participating in the CENTER-TBI Study

      Cnossen, MC; Polinder, S; Lingsma, HF; Maas, AIR; Menon, D; Steyerberg, EW; Adams, H; Alessandro, M; Allanson, J; Amrein, K; Andaluz, N; Andelic, N; Andrea, N; Andreassen, L; Anke, A; Antoni, A; Ardon, H; Audibert, G; Auslands, K; Azouvi, P; Baciu, C; Bacon, A; Badenes, R; Baglin, T; Bartels, R; Barzó, P; Bauerfeind, U; Beer, R; Belda, FJ; Bellander, B-M; Belli, A; Bellier, R; Benali, H; Benard, T; Berardino, M; Beretta, L; Beynon, C; Bilotta, F; Binder, H; Biqiri, E; Blaabjerg, M; Borgen, LS; Bouzat, P; Bragge, P; Brazinova, A; Brehar, F; Brorsson, C; Buki, A; Bullinger, M; Bučková, V; Calappi, E; Cameron, P; Carbayo, LG; Carise, E; Carpenter, C; Castaño-León, AM; Causin, F; Chevallard, G; Chieregato, A; Citerio, G; Coburn, MC; Coles, J; Cooper, JD; Correia, M; Covic, A; Curry, N; Czeiter, E; Czosnyka, M; Dahyot-Fizelier, C; Damas, F; Damas, P; Dawes, H; De Keyser, V; Della Corte, F; Depreitere, B; Ding, S; Dippel, D; Dizdarevic, K; Dulière, G-L; Dzeko, A; Eapen, G; Engemann, H; Ercole, A; Esser, P; Ezer, E; Fabricius, M; Feigin, VL; Feng, J; Foks, K; Fossi, F; Francony, G; Frantzén, J; Freo, U; Frisvold, S; Furmanov, A; Gagliardo, P; Galanaud, D; Gao, G; Geleijns, K; Ghuysen, A; Giraud, B; Glocker, B; Gomez, PA; Grossi, F; Gruen, RL; Gupta, D; Haagsma, JA; Hadzic, E; Haitsma, I; Hartings, JA; Helbok, R; Helseth, E; Hertle, D; Hill, S; Hoedemaekers, A; Hoefer, S; Hutchinson, PJ; Håberg, AK; Jacobs, B; Janciak, I; Janssens, K; Jiang, J; Jones, K; Kalala, J-P; Kamnitsas, K; Karan, M; Karau, J; Katila, A; Kaukonen, M; Keeling, D; Kerforne, T; Ketharanathan, N; Kettunen, J; Kivisaari, R; Kolias, AG; Kolumbán, B; Kompanje, E; Kondziella, D; Koskinen, L-O; Kovács, N; Kálovits, F; Lagares, A; Lanyon, L; Laureys, S; Lauritzen, M; Lecky, F; Ledig, C; Lefering, R; Legrand, V; Lei, J; Levi, L; Lightfoot, R; Lingsma, H; Loeckx, D; Lozano, A; Luddington, R; Luijten-Arts, C; Maas, AIR; MacDonald, S; MacFayden, C; Maegele, M; Majdan, M; Major, S; Manara, A; Manhes, P; Manley, G; Martin, D; Martino, C; Maruenda, A; Maréchal, H; Mastelova, D; Mattern, J; McMahon, C; Melegh, B; Menovsky, T; Morganti-Kossmann, C; Mulazzi, D; Mutschler, M; Mühlan, H; Negru, A; Nelson, D; Neugebauer, E; Newcombe, V; Noirhomme, Q; Nyirádi, J; Oddo, M; Oldenbeuving, A; Oresic, M; Ortolano, F; Palotie, A; Parizel, PM; Patruno, A; Payen, J-F; Perera, N; Perlbarg, V; Persona, P; Peul, W; Pichon, N; Piilgaard, H; Piippo, A; Pili, FS; Pirinen, M; Ples, H; Pomposo, I; Psota, M; Pullens, P; Puybasset, L; Ragauskas, A; Raj, R; Rambadagalla, M; Rehorčíková, V; Rhodes, J; Richardson, S; Ripatti, S; Rocka, S; Rodier, N; Roe, C; Roise, O; Roks, G; Romegoux, P; Rosand, J; Rosenfeld, J; Rosenlund, C; Rosenthal, G; Rossaint, R; Rossi, S; Rostalski, T; Rueckert, DL; Ruiz De Arcaute, F; Rusnák, M; Sacchi, M; Sahakian, B; Sahuquillo, J; Sakowitz, O; Sala, F; Sanchez-Pena, P; Sanchez-Porras, R; Sandor, J; Santos, E; Sasse, N; Sasu, L; Savo, D; Schipper, I; Schlößer, B; Schmidt, S; Schneider, A; Schoechl, H; Schoonman, G; Schou, RF; Schwendenwein, E; Schöll, M; Sir, O; Skandsen, T; Smakman, L; Smeets, D; Smielewski, P; Sorinola, A; Stamatakis, EL; Stanworth, S; Stegemann, K; Steinbüchel, N; Stevens, R; Stewart, W; Stocchetti, N; Sundström, N; Synnot, A; Szabó, J; Söderberg, J; Taccone, FS; Tamás, V; Tanskanen, P; Tascu, A; Taylor, MS; Te Ao, B; Tenovuo, O; Teodorani, G; Theadom, A; Thomas, M; Tibboel, D; Tolias, C; Tshibanda, J-FL; Tudora, CM; Vajkoczy, P; Valeinis, E; Van Hecke, W; Van Praag, D; Van Roost, D; Van Vlierberghe, E; Vande Vyvere, T; Vanhaudenhuyse, A; Vargiolu, A; Vega, E; Verheyden, J; Vespa, PM; Vik, A; Vilcinis, R; Vizzino, G; Vleggeert-Lankamp, C; Volovici, V; Vulekovic, P; Vámos, Z; Wade, D; Wang, KKW; Wang, L; Wildschut, E; Williams, G; Willumsen, L; Wilson, A; Wilson, L; Winkler, MKL; Ylén, P; Younsi, A; Zaaroor, M; Zhang, Z; Zheng, Z; Zumbo, F; De Lange, S; De Ruiter, GCW; Den Boogert, H; Van Dijck, J; Van Essen, TA; Van Heugten, C; Van Der Jagt, M; Van Der Naalt, J (Public Library of Science, 2016)
      Introduction: The strength of evidence underpinning care and treatment recommendations in traumatic brain injury (TBI) is low. Comparative effectiveness research (CER) has been proposed as a framework to provide evidence ...
    • Footwear Interventions for Foot Pain, Function, Impairment and Disability for People With Foot and Ankle Arthritis: A Literature Review

      Frecklington, M; Dalbeth, N; McNair, P; Gow, P; Williams, A; Carroll, M; Rome, K (Elsevier, 2017)
      Objective: To conduct a literature review on the effectiveness of footwear on foot pain, function, impairment and disability for people with foot and ankle arthritis. Methods: A search of the electronic databases Scopus, ...
    • The Effect of Lower Limb Wearable Resistance Location on Sprint Running Step Kinematics

      Feser, E; Macadam, P; Cronin, J; Nagahara, R (International Society of Biomechanics in Sports (ISBS), 2018)
      This study quantified changes in step kinematics between unloaded, thigh, and shank wearable resistance (WR) at 2% body mass (BM) during over ground sprint running. Eleven male athletes completed two maximal effort sprint ...
    • RPE vs Percentage 1RM Loading in Periodized Programs Matched for Sets and Repetitions

      Helms, ER; Byrnes, R; Cooke, D; Haischer, M; Carzoli, J; Johnson, T; Cross, M; Cronin, J; Storey, A; Zourdos, MC (Frontiers Media S.A., 2018)
      Purpose: To investigate differences between rating of perceived exertion (RPE) and percentage one-repetition maximum (1RM) load assignment in resistance-trained males (19–35 years) performing protocols with matched sets ...
    • Physiological Responses of High Performance Netball Umpires During Match Play

      Spencer, K; Paget, N; Kilding, A (International Society of Performance Analysis of Sports Asia (ISPASA) 2014, 2014)
      Summary The purpose of this study was to provide an insight into the physical demands imposed upon High Performance Netball umpires. Many other sports, such as soccer, field hockey, basketball and rugby have acknowledged ...
    • Ko Rangitoto, Ko Waitematā: Cultural Landmarks for the Integration of a Māori Indigenous Psychotherapy in Aotearoa

      Hall, A (New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists (NZAP) Inc., and supported by the School of Public Health & Psychosocial Studies at Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Rangitoto is one of many small islands within the Hauraki Gulf which sits at the entrance to the Waitematā harbour. Rangitoto was formed through a series of seismic eruptions approximately 600 years ago when liquid lava ...
    • Gambling Behaviours and Associated Risk Factors for 17 Year Old Pacific Youth

      Bellringer, M; Prah, P; Iusitini, L; Abbott, M (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      Summary This study is a component of the Pacific Islands Families Study, which is a longitudinal cohort study of a birth cohort of 1,398 Pacific infants who were recruited into the study from a South Auckland hospital ...
    • Assessment of Direct and Indirect Associations Between Children Active School Travel and Environmental, Household and Child Factors Using Structural Equation Modelling

      Ikeda, E; Hinckson, E; Witten, K; Smith, M (BioMed Central, 2019)
      Background: Active school travel (AST) is influenced by multiple factors including built and social environments, households and individual variables. A holistic theory such as Mitra’s Behavioural Model of School Transportation ...
    • Enabling Participation for Disabled Young People: Study Protocol

      Carroll, P; Witten, K; Calder-Dawe, O; Smith, M; Kearns, R; Asiasiga, L; Lin, J; Kayes, N; Mavoa, S (BioMed Central, 2018)
      Background: Participation in community life is vital for health and wellbeing, promoting a sense of belonging, networks of social support and opportunities for physical activity. Disabled young people have lower levels of ...
    • Making Sense of Recovery After Traumatic Brain Injury Through a Peer Mentoring Intervention: A Qualitative Exploration

      Kersten, P; Cummins, C; Kayes, N; Babbage, D; Elder, H; Foster, A; Weatherall, M; Siegert, RJ; Smith, G; McPherson, K (BMJ Journals, 2018)
      Objective To explore the acceptability of peer mentoring for people with a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in New Zealand. Design This is a qualitative descriptive study exploring the experiences reported by mentees and mentors ...
    • "I think gorilla-like back effusions of hair are rather a turn-off": 'Excessive hair' and Male Body Hair (Removal) Discourse

      Terry, G; Braun, V (Elsevier, 2016)
      Men's hair removal practices are becoming mainstream, seen as a consequence of changing masculine norms and men's relationships to their bodies. This is often presented as a straightforward 'shift' from men's ideal bodies ...
    • SINOPSIS – the Solomon Islands National Ocean Planning Spatial Information System: Spatial Decision Support Tools for Seaweed Aquaculture Planning in the Solomon Islands

      Sabetian, A; Breen, D; Vavia, A; Chan, C; Garofe, W; Robinson, M; Misiga, S; Diake, S; Teri, J; Masu, R; Panda, R; Sulu, R; Schwartz, A-M; Walter, R; Fenigolo, J; White, L (New Zealand Institute for Pacific Research (NZIPR), 2019)
      Seaweed cultivation can provide important income in remote areas and significant exports for nations like the Solomon Islands. This industry may also provide a sustainable alternative to more extractive industries like ...
    • Results of the First Interim Analysis of the RAPPER II Trial in Patients With Spinal Cord Injury: Ambulation and Functional Exercise Programs in the REX Powered Walking Aid

      Birch, N; Graham, J; Priestley, T; Heywood, C; Sakel, M; Gall, A; Nunn, A; Signal, N (BioMed Central, 2017)
      Background The RAPPER II study investigates the feasibility, safety and acceptability of using the REX self-stabilising robotic exoskeleton in people with spinal cord injury (SCI) who are obligatory wheelchair users. ...
    • An EEG Experimental Study Evaluating the Performance of Texas Instruments ADS1299

      Rashid, U; Niazi, IK; Signal, N; Taylor, D (MDPI, 2018)
      Texas Instruments ADS1299 is an attractive choice for low cost electroencephalography (EEG) devices owing to its low power consumption and low input referred noise. To date, there have been no rigorous evaluations of its ...
    • Patterns of Early Primary School-based Literacy Interventions Among Pacific Children From a Nationwide Health Screening Programme of 4 Year Olds

      Schluter, PJ; Kokaua, J; Tautolo, ES; Richards, R; Taleni, T; Kim, HM; Audas, R; McNeill, B; Taylor, B; Gillon, G (Nature Publishing Group, 2018)
      Literacy success is critical to unlocking a child’s potential and enhancing their future wellbeing. Thus, the early identification and redressing of literacy needs is vital. Pacific children have, on average, the lowest ...
    • New Zealand Policy Experts’ Appraisal of Interventions to Reduce Smoking in Young Adults: A Qualitative Investigation

      Ball, J; Hoek, J; Tautolo, E-S; Gifford, H (BMJ Journals, 2017)
      Objectives Reducing smoking in young adults, particularly young Māori and Pacific, is vital for reducing tobacco harm and health inequalities in New Zealand (NZ). We investigated how NZ policy experts appraised the feasibility ...
    • High-intensity Interval Training Is Equivalent to Moderate-intensity Continuous Training for Short- and Medium-term Outcomes of Glucose Control, Cardiometabolic Risk, and Microvascular Complication Markers in Men With Type 2 Diabetes

      Wormgoor, SG; Dalleck, LC; Zinn, C; Borotkanics, R; Harris, NK (Frontiers Media S.A., 2018)
      We sought to determine the efficacy of 12 weeks high-intensity interval training (HIIT), compared to moderate-intensity continuous training (MICT) on glucose control, cardiometabolic risk and microvascular complication ...