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  • New Zealand Hospital Stroke Service Provision: A National Survey

    Thompson, S; Douwes, J; Barber, A; Cadilhac, D; McNaughton, H; Gommans, J; Fink, J; Davis, A; Feigin, V; Ranta, A (BMJ Publishing Group, 2019)
    Introduction The REGIONS Care study assesses stroke care throughout New Zealand. It includes a national audit and here we present organisational survey results assessing current availability of interventions and management ...
  • Mind Body Spirit in the Groups at the 2016 NZAP Conference

    Solomon, M; Edmond, V; Garland, A; Holdem, L; Hunter, B; Land, C; Lilian, F; Morgaine, J; Virtue, C (New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists (NZAP) Inc., 2016)
    The editors of Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand asked if I (Margot Solomon) would write some reflections on the group experiences at the NZAP conference this year. I invited the small group facilitators ...
  • Towards an Openness of Being: The Personal Nature of Learning

    Thomas-Anttila, K; Smythe, E; Spence, D (New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists (NZAP) Inc., 2017)
    This paper discusses an aspect of my PhD study on understanding psychotherapists’ experience of ongoing learning. For this study I interviewed 12 practising psychotherapists living in Aotearoa New Zealand. The personal ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Women and Gambling-related Harm: A Narrative Literature Review and Implications for Research, Policy, and Practice 11 Medical and Health Sciences 1117 Public Health and Health Services 16 Studies in Human Society 1605 Policy and Administration

    McCarthy, S; Thomas, SL; Bellringer, ME; Cassidy, R (BMC, 2019)
    Background: While the prevalence of women's participation in gambling is steadily increasing, there is a well-recognised male bias in gambling research and policy. Few papers have sought to synthesise the literature relating ...
  • The Global Burden of Hemorrhagic Stroke: A Summary of Findings From the GBD 2010 Study

    Krishnamurthi, RV; Moran, AE; Forouzanfar, MH; Bennett, DA; Mensah, GA; Lawes, CMM; Barker-Collo, S; Connor, M; Roth, GA; Sacco, R; Ezzati, M; Naghavi, M; Murray, CJL; Feigin, VL (Elsevier, 2014)
    This report summarizes the findings of the GBD 2010 (Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and Risk Factors) study for hemorrhagic stroke (HS). Multiple databases were searched for relevant studies published between 1990 ...
  • Shifting Ground: Reflecting on a Journey of Bicultural Partnership

    Hall, A; Morice, M (New Zealand Association of Psychotherapist, 2015)
    The return to Otautahi | Christchurch in 2015 provided an opportune moment for us to participate, observe, ponder, and reflect on the partnership agreement between Waka Oranga and the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists ...
  • 12 Step Psychotherapy: A Time-limited, Cost-effective Depth Therapy

    Fay, J (New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists (NZAP) Inc., 2017)
    Twelve step psychotherapy is a time-limited, cost-effective depth psychotherapy that was developed gradually over several years of practising therapy in a public outpatient mental health service setting. Twelve step ...
  • Perceptions of Te Rongoā Kākāriki: Green Prescription Health Service Among Māori in the Waikato and Ngāti Tūwharetoa Rohe

    Williams, MH; Rush, E; Crook, N; Simmons, D (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2015)
    Why Mäori participation is low in the national Te Rongoä Käkäriki: Green Prescription (GRx) programme is not well understood. A modifi ed GRx programme included in Te Wai o Rona: Diabetes Prevention Strategy, a community- ...
  • 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, 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 ...
  • Kainga: Healing Home with Indigenous Knowledge

    Hall, A (New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists (NZAP) Inc., and supported by the School of Public Health & Psychosocial Studies, Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
    This article, which is based on a keynote speech delivered at the 2011 Annual Conference of the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists, firstly briefly elaborates the concepts, pōrangi, wairangi, haurangi, and ...
  • Shifting Ground: Reflecting on a Journey of Bi-cultural Partnership

    Hall, A; Poutu-Morice, M (New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists (NZAP) Inc., and supported by the School of Public Health & Psychosocial Studies, Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
    The return to Otautahi | Christchurch in 2015 provided an opportune moment for us to participate, observe, ponder, and reflect on the partnership agreement between Waka Oranga and the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists ...
  • Measuring the Burden of Gambling Harm in New Zealand

    Browne, M; Bellringer, M; Greer, N; Kolandai-Matchett, K.; Langham, E; Rockloff, M; Du Preez, K.P.; Abbott, M (New Zealand Ministry of Health, 2017)
    Project overview The Ministry of Health engaged Central Queensland University’s (CQU) Experimental Gambling Research Laboratory and Auckland University of Technology’s (AUT) Gambling and Addictions Research Centre to ...
  • Vegetables: New Zealand Children Are Not Eating Enough

    Rush, E; Savila, F; Jalili-Moghaddam, S; Amoah, I (Frontiers Media, 2019)
    We know that eating a variety of vegetables every day is associated with favorable health across the lifecourse. Internationally, food-based dietary guidelines encourage the consumption of a variety of vegetables and fruit ...

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