• Treating chronic spontaneous urticaria using a brief ‘whole person’ treatment approach: a proof-of-concept study

      Lindsay,, K; Goulding, J; Solomon, M; Broom, B (BioMed Central, 2015)
      Background: Chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU) poses problems with respect to high prevalence, reduced quality of life, lack of long term efficacy, and expense of current treatments for severe intractable symptoms. There ...
    • Turning Classroom Activities Into Research

      Scherman, R (School of Education, Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      No abstract.
    • Turning Classroom Activities Into Research: A Replication of the Lost-letter Study

      Scherman, R (School of Education, Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      What began as an idea for an undergraduate psychology class activity, intended to increase understanding of social influence, became a replication of an early social psychology study. It also offered the students a unique ...
    • Two Years On: Gambling Amongst Pacific Mothers Living in New Zealand

      Perese, LM; Bellringer, M; Williams, MM; Abbott, M (Fiji School of Medicine, 2009)
      Research investigating the prevalence and correlates of Pacific peoples gambling within a New Zealand context is limited. This paper provides data about gambling activity from the two-year data collection point for a cohort ...
    • Understanding the Experience of Being Aged: What We Can Learn From Community-dwelling Elders

      Wright St Clair, VA; Kerse, N (AUT University, 2009)
      No abstract.
    • Understanding the Other in the Psychotherapeutic Relationship

      Thomas-Anttila, K (University of Calgary, 2019)
      Psychotherapy is often described as the art and science of endeavouring to understand the other. The difficulties inherent in understanding have contributed to psychotherapy being described as “the impossible profession” ...
    • Unravelling the Whāriki of Crown Māori Health Infrastructure

      Came, H; Tudor, K (New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA), 2017)
      New Zealand’s central government and more specifically the Ministry of Health consistently acknowledges their special relationship with Māori and the strategic importance of Māori health, and, certainly, strengthening Māori ...
    • Update: Rationale and design of the Sodium Lowering In Dialysate (SoLID) trial: A randomised controlled trial of low versus standard dialysate sodium concentration during hemodialysis for regression of left ventricular mass

      Dunlop, JL; Vandal, AC; de Zoysa, JR; Gabriel, RS; Haloob, IA; Hood, CJ; Matheson, PJ; McGregor, DO; Rabindranath, KS; Semple, DJ; Marshall, MR (BioMed Central Ltd, 2015)
      After the publication of our paper Dunlop et al. "Rationale and design of the Sodium Lowering In Dialysate (SoLID) trial: a randomised controlled trial of low versus standard dialysate sodium concentration during hemodialysis ...
    • Upholding Te Tiriti, Ending Institutional Racism and Crown Inaction on Health Equity

      Came-Friar, H; McCreanor, T; Manson, L; Nuku, K (New Zealand Medical Association, 2019)
      When te Tiriti o Waitangi is upheld there should be no racism against Māori and in particular institutional racism should disappear, meaning there should be no health disparities and the aspiration of health equity could ...
    • Using Recursive Logistic Regression to Develop a Patient-reported Outcome in Non-cystic Fibrosis Bronchiectasis

      Wheldon, MC; Vandal, AC; Bourien, A; Jayaram, L; Karalus, N; Tong, C; Hockey, H; Wong, C (The New Zealand Statistical Association (NZSA), 2015)
      Many patient reported outcomes for non-cystic fibrosis bronchiectasis are time-consuming self-report surveys such as the St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire. Using data from the EMBRACE multi-center RCT, we use recursive ...
    • Validation of the WhOQOL-BREF Quality of Life Questionnaire for Use With Medical Students

      Krägeloh, CU; Henning, M; Hawken, SJ; Zhao, Y; Shepherd, D; Billington, R (Taylor & Francis, 2011)
      Purpose: The purpose of the present study was to validate the use of the abbreviated version of the World Health Organization Quality of Life (WHOQOL-BREF) questionnaire with medical students. Methods: A sample of 274 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • A Web-based Intervention for Abused Women: The New Zealand Isafe Randomised Controlled Trial Protocol

      Koziol-McLain, J; Vandal, AC; Nada-Raja, S; Wilson, DL; Glass, NE; Eden, KB; McLean, C; Dobbs, T; Case, J (BioMed Central, 2015)
      Background: Intimate partner violence (IPV) and its associated negative mental health consequences are significant for women in New Zealand and internationally. One of the most widely recommended interventions is ...
    • Whānau Hauā: Reframing Disability From an Indigenous Perspective

      Hickey, H; Wilson, DL (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2017)
      Mäori directly or indirectly experience disability at a higher rate than any other population group in Aotearoa New Zealand. Despite one in three Mäori having some form of disability, Mäori have less access to support and ...
    • The Whole and Inclusive University: a Critical Review of Health Promoting Universities From New Zealand

      Came, H; Tudor, K (Oxford University Press, 2018)
      In Aotearoa New Zealand there are eight Western universities and three whare wānanga (indigenous universities), many of which teach curricula related to hauora (health). To date none of these institutions have formally ...
    • 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 ...
    • Years Lived With Disability (YLD) for 1160 Sequelae of 289 Diseases and Injuries 1990-2010: A Systematic Analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010

      Vos, T; Flaxman, AD; Naghavi, M; Lozano, R; Michaud, C; Ezzati, M; Shibuya, K; Salomon, JA; Abdalla, S; Aboyans, V; Abraham, J; Ackerman, I; Aggarwal, R; Ahn, SY; Ali, MK; Alvarado, M; Anderson, HR; Anderson, LM; Andrews, KG; Atkinson, C; Baddour, LM; Bahalim, AN; Barker-Collo, S; Barrero, LH; Bartels, DH; Basáñez, MG; Baxter, A; Bell, ML; Benjamin, EJ; Bennett, D; Bernabé, E; Bhalla, K; Bhandari, B; Bikbov, B; Bin Abdulhak, A; Birbeck, G; Black, JA; Blencowe, H; Blore, JD; Blyth, F; Bolliger, I; Bonaventure, A; Boufous, S; Bourne, R; Boussinesq, M; Braithwaite, T; Brayne, C; Bridgett, L; Brooker, S; Brooks, P; Brugha, TS; Bryan-Hancock, C; Bucello, C; Buchbinder, R; Buckle, G; Budke, CM; Burch, M; Burney, P; Burstein, R; Calabria, B; Campbell, B; Canter, CE; Carabin, H; Carapetis, J; Carmona, L; Cella, C; Charlson, F; Chen, H; Cheng, AT; Chou, D; Chugh, SS; Coffeng, LE; Colan, SD; Colquhoun, S; Colson, KE; Condon, J; Connor, MD; Cooper, LT; Corriere, M; Cortinovis, M; de Vaccaro, KC; Couser, W; Cowie, BC; Criqui, MH; Cross, M; Dabhadkar, KC; Dahiya, M; Dahodwala, N; Damsere-Derry, J; Danaei, G; Davis, A; De Leo, D; Degenhardt, L; Dellavalle, R; Delossantos, A; Denenberg, J; Derrett, S; Des Jarlais, DC; Dharmaratne, SD; Dherani, M; Diaz-Torne, C; Dolk, H; Dorsey, ER; Driscoll, T; Duber, H; Ebel, B; Edmond, K; Elbaz, A; Ali, SE; Erskine, H; Erwin, PJ; Espindola, P; Ewoigbokhan, SE; Farzadfar, F; Feigin, V; Felson, DT; Ferrari, A; Ferri, CP; Fèvre, EM; Finucane, MM; Flaxman, S; Flood, L; Foreman, K; Forouzanfar, MH; Fowkes, FG; Franklin, R; Fransen, M; Freeman, MK; Gabbe, BJ; Gabriel, SE; Gakidou, E; Ganatra, HA; Garcia, B; Gaspari, F; Gillum, RF; Gmel, G; Gosselin, R; Grainger, R; Groeger, J; Guillemin, F; Gunnell, D; Gupta, R; Haagsma, J; Hagan, H; Halasa, YA; Hall, W; Haring, D; Haro, JM; Harrison, JE; Havmoeller, R; Hay, RJ; Higashi, H; Hill, C; Hoen, B; Hoffman, H; Hotez, PJ; Hoy, D; Huang, JJ; Ibeanusi, SE; Jacobsen, KH; James, SL; Jarvis, D; Jasrasaria, R; Jayaraman, S; Johns, N; Jonas, JB; Karthikeyan, G; Kassebaum, N; Kawakami, N; Keren, A; Khoo, JP; King, CH; Knowlton, LM; Kobusingye, O; Koranteng, A; Krishnamurthi, R; Lalloo, R; Laslett, LL; Lathlean, T; Leasher, JL; Lee, YY; Leigh, J; Lim, SS; Limb, E; Lin, JK; Lipnick, M; Lipshultz, SE; Liu, W; Loane, M; Ohno, SL; Lyons, R; Ma, J; Mabweijano, J; MacIntyre, MF; Malekzadeh, R; Mallinger, L; Manivannan, S; Marcenes, W; March, L; Margolis, DJ; Marks, GB; Marks, R; Matsumori, A; Matzopoulos, R; Mayosi, BM; McAnulty, JH; McDermott, MM; McGill, N; McGrath, J; Medina-Mora, ME; Meltzer, M; Mensah, GA; Merriman, TR; Meyer, AC; Miglioli, V; Miller, M; Miller, TR; Mitchell, PB; Mocumbi, AO; Moffitt, TE; Mokdad, AA; Monasta, L; Montico, M; Moradi-Lakeh, M; Moran, A; Morawska, L; Mori, R; Murdoch, ME; Mwaniki, MK; Naidoo, K; Nair, MN; Naldi, L; Narayan, KM; Nelson, PK; Nelson, RG; Nevitt, MC; Newton, CR; Nolte, S; Norman, P; Norman, R; O'Donnell, M; O'Hanlon, S; Olives, C; Omer, SB; Ortblad, K; Osborne, R; Ozgediz, D; Page, A; Pahari, B; Pandian, JD; Rivero, AP; Patten, SB; Pearce, N; Padilla, RP; Perez-Ruiz, F; Perico, N; Pesudovs, K; Phillips, D; Phillips, MR; Pierce, K; Pion, S; Polanczyk, GV; Polinder, S; Pope, CA; Popova, S; Porrini, E; Pourmalek, F; Prince, M; Pullan, RL; Ramaiah, KD; Ranganathan, D; Razavi, H; Regan, M; Rehm, JT; Rein, DB; Remuzzi, G; Richardson, K; Rivara, FP; Roberts, T; Robinson, C; De Leòn, FR; Ronfani, L; Room, R; Rosenfeld, LC; Rushton, L; Sacco, RL; Saha, S; Sampson, U; Sanchez-Riera, L; Sanman, E; Schwebel, DC; Scott, JG; Segui-Gomez, M; Shahraz, S; Shepard, DS; Shin, H; Shivakoti, R; Singh, D; Singh, GM; Singh, JA; Singleton, J; Sleet, DA; Sliwa, K; Smith, E; Smith, JL; Stapelberg, NJ; Steer, A; Steiner, T; Stolk, WA; Stovner, LJ; Sudfeld, C; Syed, S; Tamburlini, G; Tavakkoli, M; Taylor, HR; Taylor, JA; Taylor, WJ; Thomas, B; Thomson, WM; Thurston, GD; Tleyjeh, IM; Tonelli, M; Towbin, JA; Truelsen, T; Tsilimbaris, MK; Ubeda, C; Undurraga, EA; van der Werf, MJ; van Os, J; Vavilala, MS; Venketasubramanian, N; Wang, M; Wang, W; Watt, K; Weatherall, DJ; Weinstock, MA; Weintraub, R; Weisskopf, MG; Weissman, MM; White, RA; Whiteford, H; Wiersma, ST; Wilkinson, JD; Williams, HC; Williams, SR; Witt, E; Wolfe, F; Woolf, AD; Wulf, S; Yeh, PH; Zaidi, AK; Zheng, ZJ; Zonies, D; Lopez, AD; Murray, CJ (Elsevier, 2013)
      Non-fatal health outcomes from diseases and injuries are a crucial consideration in the promotion and monitoring of individual and population health. The Global Burden of Disease (GBD) studies done in 1990 and 2000 have ...