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Dr Cameron Lacey

MBChB, FRANZCP, Cert Cons. Liaison Psyc

Senior Lecturer, Maori/Indigenous Health Institute (MIHI)
Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychological Medicine


Primary Teaching Responsibilities

  • Trainee Intern Course Convenor - Hauora Māori
  • Trainee Intern Course Convenor - Psychological Medicine
  • Fifth Year Written SAQ Convenor
  • Hauora Māori Block Course

Other Teaching Contributions

  • Consultation Liaison Psychiatry
  • Māori Mental Health

Research Interests

  • Hauora Māori
  • Neuropsychiatry of Epilepsy and Parkinson’s Disease
  • Psychosomatic Medicine

Professional Activities

  • Rural Psychiatry - West Coast
  • Neuropsychiatry

Summary of Current and Past Work

Cameron began psychiatry training in Christchurch and after being awarded a Ministry of Health Henry Rongomau Bennett Scholarship worked with Te Korowai Atawhai.

He completed advanced training in neuropsychiatry in Melbourne as the Lundbeck Neuropsychiatry Fellow.

He is currently completing a PhD on the psychiatric comorbidity in patients with epilepsy.

He returned to Christchurch in 2008 to work with MIHI and West Coast DHB.

His current Hauora Māori research includes the Hauora Manawa Community Heart Study and the determinants of wellbeing and healthy ageing for Māori in a longitudinal cohort study.


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