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64 3 479 5767
Department of General Practice and Rural Health (Dunedin)
BA(Hons) PGDipTertT PhD
Research summary
Chrys is a medical anthropologist who applies an anthropological imagination to health studies.

Convenes GENA 825: Culture, Health, and Society. Available to supervise Masters’ and PhD research.

General Editor of Sites: A journal of social anthropology and cultural studies


Medical education and the hidden curriculum, teamwork in clinics, communities of practice and communities of clinical practice, general practice and public health, medical anthropology and sociology studies in NZ healthcare, moral economy and moral capital, ageing studies, death and dying.

Additional details

Named co-investigator on HRC Partnerships for NZ Health Delivery funded project 2010 Healthcare Otago Charitable Trust


Jaye, C., Noller, G., Bryan, M., & Doolan-Noble, F. (2024). Mycoplasma bovis and the liminal journey of southern New Zealand farmers. Journal of Rural Studies, 109, 103308. doi: 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2024.103308 Journal - Research Article

Bartosch, P., Jaye, C., & Crampton, P. R. (2024). Moral economy and moral capital: A new approach to understanding health systems. Social Science & Medicine, 352, 117016. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2024.117016 Journal - Research Article

Jaye, C., Noller, G., Bryan, M., & Doolan-Noble, F. (2024). “In-betweeners”: The brokering work of frontline workers during the New Zealand mycoplasma bovis outbreak. Journal of Rural Studies, 108, 103297. doi: 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2024.103297 Journal - Research Article

Dawson, P., Auvray, B., Jaye, C., Gauld, R., & Hay-Smith, J. (2024). Social determinants of maternal and perinatal inequality in Aotearoa. Journal of Paediatrics & Child Health, 60(Suppl. 1), (pp. 92). doi: 10.1111/jpc.16526 Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Chung, D. W. K., Hall, K. H., Nie, J.-B., & Jaye, C. (2023). Ethnic Chinese experiences of mental health services in Aotearoa New Zealand: Progress thus far and next steps. Proceedings of the New Zealand Primary Health Care, General Practice & Rural Health Research Symposium. (pp. 18). Retrieved from Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

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