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Abel G and Fitzgerald L. "When you come to it you feel like a dork asking a guy to put a condom on": is sex education addressing young people's understandings of risk? Sex Education 6(2): 105-19, 2006.

Barnett JR, Barnett P, Pearce J and Howes P. Reconsidering the role of a local Diabetes Society: patterns of membership in Christchurch New Zealand. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 30 (3): 275-8, 2006.

Begg A, Richardson A, Wells JE. Prevalence of late-life depression at a primary care clinic in Christchurch. New Zealand Family Physician 33(5): 319-22, 2006.

Geary RB, Richardson A, Frampton CM, Collett JA, Burt MJ, Chapman BA, Barclay ML. High incidence of Crohn's disease in Canterbury, New Zealand: results of an epidemiologic study. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases 12 (10): 936-43, 2006.

Gray B, Brunton C and Barnett P. The Law Reform (Epidemic Preparedness) Bill: A proper response to the pandemic threat? New Zealand Medical Journal 119 (1240), 2006.

Sheerin I, Allen G, Henare M, Craig K. Avoidable hospitalisations: potential for primary and public health initiatives in Canterbury, New Zealand. New Zealand Medical Journal 119 (1236), 2006.

Chapters in Books

Barnett P and Barnett JR New times, new relationships: mental health, primary care and public health in New Zealand. In: C Milligan and D Conradson (eds) Landscapes of Voluntarism: New Spaces of Health, Welfare and Governance. Policy Press, Bristol. 2006.

Barnett P, Powell M and Cumming J. Limits of restructuring: reflections on health reform in New Zealand. In: Innovations in Health Care: A Reality Check. A Casebeer, A Harrison and A Mark (eds). Macmillan, Palgrave. 2006.


Refereed Journal Articles

Abel G and Brunton C. Young people's use of condoms and their perceived vulnerability to sexually transmitted infections. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 29(3): 254-60, 2005.

Barnett P. General practitioners in primary health organisations: Policy victims or policy leaders? New Zealand Family Physician 32(5): 313-6, 2005.

Brunton C, Weir R, Jennings L. Knowledge and attitudes about influenza vaccination amongst general practitioners, practice nurses and people aged 65 and over. New Zealand Medical Journal 118:1434-44, 2005.

Richardson AK. Prostate cancer screening: is it possible to explain diametrically opposed views? New Zealand Medical Journal 118 (1209):1289-93, 2005.

Richardson A, Cox B, Brown T, Smale P. The impact of breast cancer screening on breast cancer registrations in New Zealand. New Zealand Medical Journal 118 (1209) 1291-6, 2005.

Stewart-Brown SL, Fletcher L , and Wadsworth MEJ. Parent-child relationships and health problems in adulthood in three UK national birth cohort studies. The European Journal of Public Health 15(6):640-6, 2005.

Chapters in Books

Barnett P and Barnett JR. Health reform and the changing provision of health services in New Zealand. In: K Dew and P Davis (eds). Health and Society in New Zealand. 2nd edition. Oxford University Press, Melbourne. 2005.

Technical Report

Cumming J, Barnett P, Perera R and Dowell T. Evaluation of the implementation and intermediate outcomes of the Primary Health Care Strategy: First Report. Overview. Health Services Research Centre, Victoria University, Wellington. 2005.


Refereed Journal Articles

Abel G and Plumridge L. Network 'norms' or 'styles' of 'drunken comportment'? Health Education Research 19(5): 492-500, 2004.

Barnett JR and Barnett P. Primary health care in New Zealand: problems and policy approaches. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 21: 49-66, 2004.

Barnett P, Malcolm L, Wright L and Hendry C. Professional leadership and organisational change: progress towards developing a quality culture in New Zealand's health system. New Zealand Medical Journal 117 (1198): 11pp. 2004.

Barnett P and Penny A. Dual disability systems in New Zealand: A tandem or two separate bicycles? Research, Policy and Planning, 22(1): 11-9, 2004.

Cross D, Pintabona Y, Hall M, Hamilton G, Erceg E. Validated guidelines for school-based bullying prevention and management. International Journal of Mental Health Promotion 6 (3): 34-42, 2004.

Cumming J, Barnett P and Powell M. Governance in district health boards in New Zealand: A report on progress. Public Sector 27 (1): 4-9, 2004.

Hamilton G. Harm minimization in school drug education: a commentary on McBride et al. Addiction 99 (3) 293-4, 2004.

Hamilton G, O'Connell M, Cross D. Adolescent smoking cessation: development of a school nurse intervention. Journal of School Nursing 20 (3): 169-75, 2004.

Richardson AK, Cox B, McCredie MRE, Dite GS, Chang J-H, Gertig DM, Southey MC, Giles GG, Hopper JL. Cytomegalovirus, Epstein-Barr virus and risk of breast cancer before age 40 years: a case-control study. British Journal of Cancer 90(11): 2149-52, 2004.

Richardson A, Graham P, Brown T, Smale P, Cox B. Breast cancer detection rates and standardised detection ratios for prevalence screening in the New Zealand breast cancer screening programme. Journal of Medical Screening 11: 65-69, 2004.

Sargent M, Begg D, Broughton J, Stephenson S, Wright C, Baxter J. Motor Vehicle Traffic Crashes involving Maori. New Zealand Medical Journal 117(1188), 2004.

Sheerin IG, Green FT, Sellman JD. What is the cost-effectiveness of hepatitis C treatment for injecting drug users on methadone maintenance in New Zealand? Drug and Alcohol Review 23 (3): 261–72, 2004.

Sheerin IG, Green FT, Sellman JD, Adamson S, Deering D. Reduction in crime by drug users on a methadone maintenance therapy programme in New Zealand. New Zealand Medical Journal 117 (1190): 492-501, 2004

Weir R, Brunton C, Jennings L, Smith L, Litt J. Knowledge and attitudes about influenza vaccination: a New Zealand study of primary care practitioners and elderly people. Elsevier International Congress Series 2004, 1263: 276-80 [June].

Technical Reports

Barnett P and Clayden C. Implementing District Health Boards in New Zealand, 2001-03. Case study: Canterbury District health Board (First Report). Health Services Research Centre, Victoria University of Wellington. 2004

Malcolm L and Barnett P. Towards a More Open Culture of Safety in Handling Patient Complaints and Claims for Treatment Injury. Report for ACC. 2004.

Weir R, Dawson S, Smartt P, Hogan S, Sheerin I et al. Polymerase Chain reaction in the diagnosis and monitoring of patients with BCR-ABL gene re-arrangement in acute lymphoblastic leukemia. New Zealand Health Technology Assessment, Christchurch School of Medicine and Health Sciences; Assessment report for the Medical Services Advisory Council of Australia, Canberra. 2004

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