• A Fair Go for All: A Problematic Contribution to Anti-racism Praxis in Aotearoa

      Came, H (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      In New Zealand, the Human Rights Commission is the lead agency in countering institutional racism. They have recently undertaken a major research project, A Fair Go For All (Human Rights Commission 2011), to inform the ...
    • A Systematic Review of Studies Using the Brief COPE: Religious Coping in Factor Analyses

      Krägeloh, CU (© 1996-2011 MDPI Publishing, 2011)
      Religion is generally recognized as a major resource for dealing with stressful events, but its relationship with secular coping strategies continues to be debated. The present article provides a systematic review of the ...
    • A Theoretical Look at Biculturalism in Intercountry Adoption

      Scherman, R (Taylor & Francis, 2010)
      Intercountry adoption has been, and continues to be, a popular method of family formation worldwide, as well as a means of providing homes for children who would otherwise remain parentless. The popularity of this social ...
    • Advocating for activist scholarship in New Zealand and beyond

      Came, H; MacDonald, J; Humphries, M (Punctum books, 2015)
      Activist traditions of resistance, dissent and non-violent direct action are longstanding in New Zealand (Aotearoa) but activist scholarship is a more recent emerging phenomenon. This paper, written from the perspective ...
    • Antibacterial Activity of Selected Fractions Extract of Coptis chinensis Franch Rhizomes

      Alshaikhli, H (World Informations Syndicate, 2020)
      The antibacterial activity of different fractions of selected extract of Coptis chinensis Franch rhizome was evaluated on gram positive bacteria. Three extracts were tested at concentrations ranging from 1 mg/ml, 10 mg/ml, ...
    • Association of Plasma C-reactive Protein With Ischemic Stroke: A Mendelian Randomization Study

      Zhang, X; Wang, A; Zhang, J; Singh, M; Liu, D; Zuo, Y; Wu, L; Song, M; Wang, W; Feigin, VL; Wang, Y; Zheng, D (John Wiley & Sons, 2019)
      BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Elevated C-reactive protein (CRP) is associated with an increased risk of ischemic stroke (IS). However, the causality of this association is uncertain. We aim to investigate whether genetically ...
    • Atlas of the Global Burden of Stroke (1990-2013): The GBD 2013 Study

      Feigin, VL; Mensah, GA; Norrving, B; Murray, CJL; Roth, GA; GBD 2013 Stroke Panel Experts Group (Karger, 2015)
      Background World mapping is an important tool to visualize stroke burden and its trends in various regions and countries. Objectives To show geographic patterns of incidence, prevalence, mortality, disability-adjusted ...
    • Attending to Immigrants' Everyday Activities: A New Perspective on Ensuring Asian Immigrants' Quality of Life

      Kim, H; Hocking, C (Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers (ANZASW), 2016)
      INTRODUCTION: The quality of Asian immigrants’ lives is significant to the harmony of New Zealand society where, at the 2013 Census, 11.8% of its residents identified as Asian. However, settlement can be stressful for new ...
    • Attitudes about gambling: a Durkheimian perspective

      Mundy-McPherson, S (Gambling and Addictions Research Centre, AUT University, 2016)
      Intending to inform thinking and discussion over the cultivation of gambling attitudes. Attitudes are: comprised of emotions and cognitions; formed through experience, and; can fashion behaviour. There are swift changes ...
    • Automatic adjudication of symptom-based exacerbations in bronchiectasis patients treated with Azithromycin

      Wheldon, MC; Vandal, AC; Bourien, AC; Jayaram, L; Karalus, N; Tong, C; Hockey, H; Wong, C (American Statistical Association (ASA), 2015)
      The EMBRACE multi-center RCT evaluated the effect of azithromycin on frequency of event-based exacerbations (EBEs), lung function and health-related quality of life in adult patients with non-cystic fibrosis bronchiectasis. ...
    • Bayesian Reconstruction of Two-sex Populations by Age: Estimating Sex Ratios at Birth and Sex Ratios of Mortality

      Wheldon, M C; Raftery, A E; Clark, S J; Gerland, P (arXiv, 2013)
      The original version of Bayesian reconstruction, a method for estimating age-specific fertility, mortality, migration and population counts of the recent past with uncertainty, produced estimates for female-only populations. ...
    • Becoming Better Helpers: Rethinking Language to Move Beyond Simplistic Responses to Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence

      Wilson, DL; Smith, R; Tolmie, J; de Haan, I (Institute for Governance and Policy Studies (IGPS), Victoria University of Wellington, 2015)
      The prevalence of family violence is a persistent challenge facing New Zealand. Its effects are pervasive, spanning multiple levels: individuals, family/whanau, communities, and society in general. A major challenge in ...
    • Beginning to Address Institutional Racism Within the Public Health Sector: Insights From a Provider Survey

      Came, H (Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand, 2013)
      No abstract.
    • Being Māori and Pākehā: Methodology and method in exploring cultural hybridity

      Grennell-Hawke, N; Tudor, K (2018)
      This article addresses the first author’s experience of identifying as both Māori and Pākehā in Aotearoa New Zealand. Based on her own research using both kaupapa research theory and heuristic research method, and supervised ...
    • Bicultural praxis: the relevance of Te Tiriti o Waitangi to health promotion internationally

      Came, H; Tudor, K (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
      The transformation of health inequities between indigneous and non-indigneous people is necessary to any just society. Health promotion that addresses these injustices thus must be inherently political work particularly ...
    • The biopolitics of Māori biomass: towards a new epistemology for Māori health in Aotearoa/New Zealand

      Warbrick, I; Dickson, A; Prince, R; Heke, I (Taylor & Francis, 2015)
      In this paper we consider what impact a biopolitics that creates a compliant self-governing weight-focused population has had on Māori health in Aotearoa/New Zealand. We frame this discussion with three vignettes that in ...
    • Bone Marrow-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells Combined With Gonadotropin Therapy Restore Postnatal Oogenesis of Chemoablated Ovaries in Rats via Enhancing Very Small Embryonic-Like Stem Cells

      Hassouna, A; Ebrahim, N; Al Saihati, H; Shaman, A (BioMed Central, 2021)
      Background: Very small embryonic-like stem cells (VSELs) are a rare population within the ovarian epithelial surface. They contribute to postnatal oogenesis as they have the ability to generate immature oocytes and resist ...
    • Brain Health, One Health and COVID-19

      Wiebers, DO; Feigin, V; Winkler, AS (Karger Publishers, 2021)
    • The Burden of Neurological Disorders Across the States of India: The Global Burden of Disease Study 1990–2019

      Singh, G; Sharma, M; Kumar, GA; Rao, NG; Prasad, K; Mathur, P; Pandian, JD; Steinmetz, JD; Biswas, A; Pal, PK; Prakash, S; Sylaja, PN; Nichols, E; Dua, T; Kaur, H; Alladi, S; Agarwal, V; Aggarwal, S; Ambekar, A; Bagepally, BS; Banerjee, TK; Bender, RG; Bhagwat, S; Bhargava, S; Bhatia, R; Chakma, JK; Chowdhary, N; Dey, S; Dirac, MA; Feigin, VL; Ganguli, A; Golechha, MJ; Gourie-Devi, M; Goyal, V; Gupta, G; Gupta, PC; Gupta, R; Gururaj, G; Hemalatha, R; Jeemon, P; Johnson, CO; Joshi, P; Kant, R; Kataki, AC; Khurana, D; Krishnankutty, RP; Kyu, HH; Lim, SS; Lodha, R; Ma, R; Malhotra, R; Malhotra, R; Mathai, M; Mehrotra, R; Misra, UK; Mutreja, P; Naghavi, M; Naik, N; Nguyen, M; Pandey, A; Parmar, P; Perianayagam, A; Prabhakaran, D; Rath, GK; Reinig, N; Roth, GA; Sagar, R; Sankar, MJ; Shaji, KS; Sharma, RS; Sharma, S; Singh, R; Srivastava, MVP; Stark, BA; Tandon, N; Thakur, JS; ThekkePurakkal, AS; Thomas, SV; Tripathi, M; Vongpradith, A; Wunrow, HY; Xavier, D; Shukla, DK; Reddy, KS; Panda, S; Dandona, R; Murray, CJL; Vos, T; Dhaliwal, RS; Dandona, L (Elsevier BV, 2021)
      Summary Background A systematic understanding of the burden of neurological disorders at the subnational level is not readily available for India. We present a comprehensive analysis of the disease burden and trends of ...
    • Burden of Neurological Disorders Across the US From 1990-2017

      Feigin, VL; Vos, T; Alahdab, F; Amit, AML; Bärnighausen, TW; Beghi, E; Beheshti, M; Chavan, PP; Criqui, MH; Desai, R; Dhamminda Dharmaratne, S; Dorsey, ER; Wilder Eagan, A; Elgendy, IY; Filip, I; Giampaoli, S; Giussani, G; Hafezi-Nejad, N; Hole, MK; Ikeda, T; Owens Johnson, C; Kalani, R; Khatab, K; Khubchandani, J; Kim, D; Koroshetz, WJ; Krishnamoorthy, V; Krishnamurthi, RV; Liu, X; Lo, WD; Logroscino, G; Mensah, GA; Miller, TR; Mohammed, S; Mokdad, AH; Moradi-Lakeh, M; Morrison, SD; Shivamurthy, VKN; Naghavi, M; Nichols, E; Norrving, B; Odell, CM; Pupillo, E; Radfar, A; Roth, GA; Shafieesabet, A; Sheikh, A; Sheikhbahaei, S; Shin, JI; Singh, JA; Steiner, TJ; Stovner, LJ; Wallin, MT; Weiss, J; Wu, C; Zunt, JR; Adelson, JD; Murray, CJL (American Medical Association (AMA), 2020)
      IMPORTANCE Accurate and up-to-date estimates on incidence, prevalence, mortality, and disability-adjusted life-years (burden) of neurological disorders are the backbone of evidence-based health care planning and resource ...