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DSM staff profile

Associate Professor Chrys Jaye

PositionAssociate Professor
DepartmentDepartment of General Practice and Rural Health (Dunedin)
QualificationsBA(Hons) PGDipTertT PhD
Research summaryChrys is a medical anthropologist who applies an anthropological imagination to health studies.
Teaching

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

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

Research

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

Publications

Young, J. E., Winters, J., Jaye, C., & Egan, R. (2020). Patients' views on end-of-life practices that hasten death: A qualitative study exploring ethical distinctions. Annals of Palliative Medicine. Advance online publication. doi: 10.21037/apm-20-621

Jaye, C., Richard, L., Amos, C., & Noller, G. (2020). Managing sick leave in the university: Bureaucracy and discretion. Humanistic Management Journal. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s41463-020-00094-7

Jaye, C., Young, J., Lomax-Sawyers, I., & Egan, R. (2020). Assisted dying in New Zealand: What is known about the values underpinning citizens’ positions? Mortality. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/13576275.2020.1771295

Jaye, C., Noller, G., Richard, L., & Amos, C. (2020). 'There is no sick leave at the university': How sick leave constructs the good employee. Anthropology & Medicine. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/13648470.2020.1814988

Walker, S., Egan, R., Young, J., Jaye, C., & Jackson, C. (2020). A citizens' jury on euthanasia/assisted dying: Does informed deliberation change people's views? Health Expectations, 23, 388-395. doi: 10.1111/hex.13008

Authored Book - Other

Jaye, C., Simpson, J. C., & Langley, J. D. (1999). Barriers to safe hot water: a qualitative investigation of plumbers' experiences, opinions, knowledge and practice concerning hot tap water safety in the home (OR26 ed.). Dunedin: Injury Prevention Research Unit, 66p.

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Journal - Research Article

Young, J. E., Winters, J., Jaye, C., & Egan, R. (2020). Patients' views on end-of-life practices that hasten death: A qualitative study exploring ethical distinctions. Annals of Palliative Medicine. Advance online publication. doi: 10.21037/apm-20-621

Walker, S., Egan, R., Young, J., Jaye, C., & Jackson, C. (2020). A citizens' jury on euthanasia/assisted dying: Does informed deliberation change people's views? Health Expectations, 23, 388-395. doi: 10.1111/hex.13008

Jaye, C., Noller, G., Richard, L., & Amos, C. (2020). 'There is no sick leave at the university': How sick leave constructs the good employee. Anthropology & Medicine. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/13648470.2020.1814988

Jaye, C., Young, J., Lomax-Sawyers, I., & Egan, R. (2020). Assisted dying in New Zealand: What is known about the values underpinning citizens’ positions? Mortality. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/13576275.2020.1771295

Jaye, C., Richard, L., Amos, C., & Noller, G. (2020). Managing sick leave in the university: Bureaucracy and discretion. Humanistic Management Journal. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s41463-020-00094-7

Young, J., Poole, U., Mohamed, F., Jian, S., Williamson, M., Ross, J., Jaye, C., Radue, P., & Egan, T. (2019). Exploring the value of social network 'care maps' in the provision of long-term conditions care. Chronic Illness. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/1742395319836463

Rudland, J. R., Golding, C., Jaye, C., Tweed, M., & Wilkinson, T. J. (2019). Student belief about the value of challenge. Clinical Teacher, 16(4), 390-394. doi: 10.1111/tct.13081

Jaye, C., Lomax-Sawyers, I., Young, J., & Egan, R. (2019). The people speak: Social media on euthanasia/assisted dying. Medical Humanities. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1136/medhum-2018-011565

Richard, L., Richardson, G., Jaye, C., & Stokes, T. (2019). Providing care to refugees through mainstream general practice in the southern health region of New Zealand: A qualitative study of primary healthcare professionals’ perspectives. BMJ Open, 9, e034323. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2019-034323

Young, J., Jaye, C., Egan, T., Williamson, M., Askerud, A., Radue, P., & Penese, M. (2018). Communities of clinical practice in action: Doing whatever it takes. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness & Medicine, 22(2), 109-127. doi: 10.1177/1363459316688515

Lilley, R., Jaye, C., Davie, G., Keeling, S., Waters, D., & Egan, R. (2018). Age-related patterns in work-related injury claims from older New Zealanders, 2009–2013: Implications of injury for an aging workforce. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 110, 86-92. doi: 10.1016/j.aap.2017.10.022

Reyneke, A., Jaye, C., & Stokes, T. (2018). Local clinical pathways: From 'good ideas' to 'practicality' for general practitioners. Journal of Primary Health Care, 10(3), 215-223. doi: 10.1071/HC18023

Jaye, C., Young, J., Egan, R., Llewellyn, R., Cunningham, W., & Radue, P. (2018). The healthy lifestyle in longevity narratives. Social Theory & Health, 16(4), 361-378. doi: 10.1057/s41285-018-0062-9

Hale, B., & Jaye, C. (2018). Revealing cosmopolitanism through an examination of informal elder care in seventeenth-eighteenth century England and nineteenth century colonial North America. Sites, 15(2), 120-143. doi: 10.11157/sites-id403

Hall, K. H., Michael, J., Jaye, C., & Young, J. (2018). General practitioners' ethical decision-making: Does being a patient themselves make a difference? Clinical Ethics, 13(4), 199-208. doi: 10.1177/1477750918790019

Jaye, C., Young, J., Egan, T., & Williamson, M. (2018). Moral economy and moral capital in the community of clinical practice. Qualitative Health Research, 28(4), 523-533. doi: 10.1177/1049732317740347

McKechnie, R., Jaye, C., Hale, B., Tordoff, J., Robertson, L., Simpson, J., & Butler, M. (2018). Transition into care: Experiences of the elderly as they move to residential aged care. Sites, 15(2), 16-39. doi: 10.11157/sites-id379

Young, J., Jaye, C., Williamson, M., & Egan, T. (2017). The valuing of 'good care' within neoliberal times: The importance of relationship activities. New Zealand Sociology, 32(2), 81-104.

Llewellyn, R., Jaye, C., Egan, R., Cunningham, W., Young, J., & Radue, P. (2017). Living into death: A case for an iterative, fortified and cross-sector approach to advance care planning. Anthropology & Medicine, 24(3), 350-365. doi: 10.1080/13648470.2017.1285000

Llewellyn, R., Jaye, C., Egan, R., Cunningham, W., Young, J., & Radue, P. (2017). Employing imaginative rationality: Using metaphor when discussing death [Brief report]. Journal of Medical Humanities, 43(1), 71-72. doi: 10.1136/medhum-2016-011014

Cameron, C., Iosua, E., Parry, M., Richards, R., & Jaye, C. (2017). More than just numbers: Challenges for professional statisticians. Statistics Education Research Journal, 16(2), 362-375. Retrieved from http://iase-web.org/Publications.php?p=SERJ

Mason, Z., Jaye, C., & Miller, D. (2017). General practitioners providing obstetric care in New Zealand: What differentiates GPs who continue to deliver babies? Journal of Primary Health Care, 9(1), 9-15. doi: 10.1071/HC16046

Llewellyn, R., Cunningham, W., Jaye, C., Young, J., Egan, R., & Radue, P. (2017). 'Why worry about something you can't control?': Negotiated risk, longevity and health behaviours. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness & Medicine, 21(3), 259-277. doi: 10.1177/1363459317695869

Young, J., Egan, T., Jaye, C., Williamson, M., Askerud, A., Radue, P., & Penese, M. (2017). Shared care requires a shared vision: Communities of clinical practice in a primary care setting. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 26(17-18), 2689-2702. doi: 10.1111/jocn.13762

Egan, R., MacLeod, R., Jaye, C., McGee, R., Baxter, J., Herbison, P., & Wood, S. (2017). Spiritual beliefs, practices, and needs at the end of life: Results from a New Zealand national hospice study. Palliative & Supportive Care, 15(2), 223-230. doi: 10.1017/s147895151600064x

Rowe, J., & Jaye, C. (2017). Caring for self-harming patients in general practice. Journal of Primary Health Care, 9(4), 279-285. doi: 10.1071/HC17023

Revell, L., & Jaye, C. (2016). Living rough: Hunter gatherers of Tiamoana. Sites, 13(2), 111-134. doi: 10.11157/sites-vol13iss2id331

Loan, I., Cunningham, W., & Jaye, C. (2016). Understanding depression in Tokelauan people in New Zealand. Journal of Primary Health Care, 8(1), 67-74. doi: 10.1071/HC15046

Llewellyn, R., Jaye, C., Egan, R., Cunningham, W., Young, J., & Radue, P. (2016). Cracking open death: Death conversations in primary care. Journal of Primary Health Care, 8(4), 303-311. doi: 10.1071/HC15058

Young, J., Egan, T., Williamson, M., Jaye, C., Kenrick, K., Ross, J., & Radue, P. (2016). An exercise to map patient-centred care networks. Clinical Teacher, 13(6), 448-450. doi: 10.1111/tct.12459

Jaye, C., Tordoff, J., Butler, M., Hale, B., McKechnie, R., Robertson, L., & Simpson, J. (2016). Quality in residential care: Exploring residents', family members', managers' and staff perspectives. Quality in Ageing & Older Adults, 17(4), 253-262. doi: 10.1108/QAOA-03-2016-0015

Jaye, C., Hale, B., Butler, M., McKechnie, R., Robertson, L., Simpson, J., Tordoff, J., & Young, J. (2015). One of us: Stories from two New Zealand rest homes. Journal of Aging Studies, 35, 135-143. doi: 10.1016/j.jaging.2015.08.010

Loh, L., Jaye, C., Dovey, S., Lloyd, H., & Rowe, J. (2015). Dunedin's free clinic: An exploration of its model of care using case study methodology. Journal of Primary Health Care, 7(2), 145-152.

Jaye, C., Hale, B., & Carswell, S. (2015). Post-earthquake evacuation of aged care residents from Canterbury, New Zealand: Lessons in resilience. Sites, 12(2), 133-153. doi: 10.11157/sites-vol12iss2id295

Preston, H., Jaye, C., & Miller, D. L. (2015). General practice registrars' views on maternity care in general practice in New Zealand. Journal of Primary Health Care, 7(4), 316-323.

Henley, B., & Jaye, C. (2015). Doing aged residential care better: The view from the trenches. New Zealand Medical Student Journal, 21, 7-11.

Loh, L., Jaye, C., & Dovey, S. (2015). Why do patients attend Dunedin's free clinic? An audit of general practice activity using the ICPC-2 classification system. New Zealand Medical Journal, 128(1410). Retrieved from https://www.nzma.org.nz/journal

Egan, R., MacLeod, R., Jaye, C., McGee, R., Baxter, J., & Herbison, P. (2014). The spiritual environment in New Zealand hospice care: Identifying organisational commitment to spiritual care. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 4, 299-302. doi: 10.1136/bmjspcare-2013-000632

Smith-Han, K., Jaye, C., Fitzgerald, R., & Stein, S. (2013). What do medical students learn about general practice in their undergraduate education? Focus on Health Professional Education, 14(3), 78-90.

Miller, D. L., Mason, Z., & Jaye, C. (2013). GP obstetricians' views of the model of maternity care in New Zealand. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 53(1), 21-25. doi: 10.1111/ajo.12037

Jaye, C., Mason, Z., & Miller, D. (2013). “Tossing out the baby with the bath water”: New Zealand general practitioners on maternity care. Medical Anthropology, 32(5), 448-466. doi: 10.1080/01459740.2012.724742

Jaye, C., & Fitzgerald, R. (2012). The embodied liminalities of occupational overuse syndrome. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 26(2), 201-220. doi: 10.1111/j.1548-1387.2012.01201.x

McKechnie, R., MacLeod, R., & Jaye, C. (2011). The use of nurses in community palliative care. Home Healthcare Nurse, 29(7), 408-415. doi: 10.1097/NHH.0b013e31821b74ae

Jaye, C., & Fitzgerald, R. (2011). Embodying occupational overuse syndrome. Health, 15(4), 385-400. doi: 10.1177/1363459310376298

Rennie, S. C., van Rij, A. M., Jaye, C., & Hall, K. H. (2011). Defining decision making: A qualitative study of international experts' views on surgical trainee decision making. World Journal of Surgery, 35(6), 1214-1220. doi: 10.1007/s00268-011-1089-4

Egan, R., MacLeod, R., Jaye, C., McGee, R., Baxter, J., & Herbison, P. (2011). What is spirituality? Evidence from a New Zealand hospice study. Mortality, 16(4), 307-324. doi: 10.1080/13576275.2011.613267

Upsdell, M., & Jaye, C. (2011). Engaging with complementary and alternative medicine in general practice. Journal of Primary Health Care, 3(1), 29-34.

Jaye, C., & Fitzgerald, R. (2011). Occupational overuse syndrome: Moral ambiguities of New Zealand health professionals. Qualitative Health Research, 22(6), 1400-1412. doi: 10.1177/1049732311405998

Jaye, C., & Fitzgerald, R. (2010). The lived political economy of occupational overuse syndrome among New Zealand workers. Sociology of Health & Illness, 32(7), 1010-1025. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9566.2010.01259.x

Blattner, K., Nixon, G., Dovey, S., Jaye, C., & Wigglesworth, J. (2010). Changes in clinical practice and patient disposition following the introduction of point-of-care testing in a rural hospital. Health Policy, 96, 7-12. doi: 10.1016/j.healthpol.2009.12.002

McKechnie, R., Jaye, C., & MacLeod, R. (2010). The liminality of palliative care. Sites, 7(2), 9-29.

Jaye, C., Egan, T., & Smith-Han, K. (2010). Communities of clinical practice and normalising technologies of self: Learning to fit in on the surgical ward. Anthropology & Medicine, 17(1), 59-73. doi: 10.1080/13648470903569388

Blattner, K., Nixon, G., Jaye, C., & Dovey, S. (2010). Introducing point-of-care testing into a rural hospital setting: Thematic analysis of interviews with providers. Journal of Primary Health Care, 2(1), 54-60.

McKechnie, R., MacLeod, R., & Jaye, C. (2010). Palliative care for people with non-malignant conditions in a New Zealand community. Progress in Palliative Care, 18(5), 275-280. doi: 10.1179/096992610X12775428636863

Lau, Y., & Jaye, C. (2009). The 'obligation' to screen and its effect on autonomy. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 6(4), 495-505. doi: 10.1007/s11673-009-9188-8

Jaye, C., Egan, T., Smith-Han, K., & Thompson-Fawcett, M. (2009). Teaching and learning in the hospital ward. New Zealand Medical Journal, 122(1304). Retrieved from http://journal.nzma.org.nz/journal/122-1304/3820/content.pdf

Egan, T., & Jaye, C. (2009). Communities of clinical practice: The social organization of clinical learning. Health, 13(1), 107-125. doi: 10.1177/1363459308097363

Menkes, D., Hill, C. J., Horsfall, M., & Jaye, C. (2008). Perspectives on access to personal health information in New Zealand/Aotearoa. Anthropology & Medicine, 15(3), 199-212. doi: 10.1080/13648470802355608

Mann, B. S., & Jaye, C. (2007). 'Are we one body?' Body boundaries in telesomatic experiences. Anthropology & Medicine, 14(2), 183-195.

Miller, D., & Jaye, C. (2007). GPs' perception of their role in the identification and management of family violence. Family Practice, 24(2), 95-101.

Jaye, C., Egan, T., & Parker, S. (2006). 'Do as I say, not as I do': Medical education and Foucault's normalizing technologies of self. Anthropology & Medicine, 13(2), 141-155.

Eastwood, A., & Jaye, C. (2006). After hours healthcare for older patients in New Zealand: Barriers to accessing care. New Zealand Medical Journal, 119(1239). Retrieved from http://journal.nzma.org.nz/journal/119-1239/2102/content.pdf

Jaye, C. (2005). Communities of practice and anthropological imaginations: Reflections on teaching and learning anthropology in a postgraduate general practice programme. Sites, 2(1), 45-67.

Jaye, C., Egan, T., & Parker, S. (2005). Learning to be a doctor: Medical educators talk about the hidden curriculum in medical education. Focus on Health Professional Education, 7(2), 1-17.

Menkes, D., Davison, M. P., Costello, S. A., & Jaye, C. (2005). Stereotactic radiosurgery: The patient's experience. Social Science & Medicine, 60, 2561-2573.

Jaye, C. (2004). Talking around embodiment: The views of GPs following participation in medical anthropology courses. Medical Humanities, 30, 41-48.

Jaye, C. (2003). A matter of integrity? Afflication and healing in Christian Science. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness & Medicine, 7(1), 5-27.

Jaye, C. (2003). Medical anthropology, embodiment, and Pentecostal healing. Sites, 1(1), 80-108.

Jaye, C., & Wilson, H. J. (2003). When general practitioners become patients. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness & Medicine, 7(2), 201-225.

Hall, K. H., Jaye, C., & Crump, R. (2002). Solipsism in action: The relationship between underlying assumptions, medical training and decision-making in ethics. Focus on Health Professional Education, 4(3), 75-88.

Jaye, C., Hope, J., & Martin, I. R. (2002). What do general practice patients know about their prescription medications? New Zealand Medical Journal, 115(1162), U183. Retrieved from www.nzma.org.nz/journal/115-1162/183

Jaye, C., & Tilyard, M. (2002). A qualitative comparative investigation of variation in general practitoners' prescribing patterns. British Journal of General Practice, 52(478), 381-386.

Nicholls, W., & Jaye, C. (2002). Opting out: Why patients change doctors. New Zealand Family Physician, 29(6), 402-407.

Jaye, C. (2002). Doing qualitative research in general practice: Methodological utility and engagement. Family Practice, 19(5), 557-562.

Jaye, C. (2001). Explaining suffering and healing: A comparison of Pentecostal and secular general practitioners. New Zealand Family Physician, 28(5), 322-326.

Jaye, C., Simpson, J. C., & Langley, J. D. (2001). Barriers to safe hot tap water: Results from a national study of New Zealand plumbers. Injury Prevention, 7, 302-306.

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Journal - Research Other

Askerud, A., Jaye, C., McKinlay, E., & Doolan-Noble, F. (2020). What is the answer to the challenge of multimorbidity in New Zealand? Journal of Primary Health Care, 12(2), 118-121. doi: 10.1071/HC20028

Hall, K. H., Doolan-Noble, F., McKinlay, E., Currie, O., Gray, B., Gray, L., Richard, L., Stubbe, M., & Jaye, C. (2020). Ethics and equity in the time of coronavirus. Journal of Primary Health Care, 12(2), 102-106. doi: 10.1071/HCv12n2_ED2

Dawson, P., Jaye, C., Gauld, R., & Hay-Smith, J. (2019). Barriers to equitable maternal health in Aotearoa New Zealand: An integrative review. International Journal for Equity in Health, 18, 168. doi: 10.1186/s12939-019-1070-7

Jaye, C. (2018). Cosmopolitanism and the moral economies of aged residential care. Sites, 15(2), 189-215. doi: 10.11157/sites-id402

Jaye, C. (2017). Editorial. Sites, 14(2), v-viii. Retrieved from https://sites.otago.ac.nz/Sites

Egan, T. G., Jaye, C., Young, J., & Williamson, M. (2017). Re: Margaret McCartney: The social care system has become inherently unsafe: Putting social care on the map. BMJ, 357, j2329. doi: 10.1136/bmj.j2329

George, M., Fitzgerald, R. P., & Jaye, C. (2016). Peripheral cosmopolitanisms, an introduction. Sites, 13(1), 1-12. Retrieved from https://sites.otago.ac.nz/Sites

Hill, A. G., Jaye, C., & Egan, T. (2011). Communities of clinical practice: Understanding how to optimize medical student experience on a surgical rotation [Perspective]. ANZ Journal of Surgery, 81(10), 661-662. doi: 10.1111/j.1445-2197.2011.05776.x

Jaye, C., & MacLeod, R. (2010). [Editorial]. Sites, 7(2), 1-8. [Editorial].

Jaye, C. (2008). [Review of the books Normal humanness, change and power in human assisted reproductive technology: An analysis of the written public submissions to the New Zealand Parliamentary Health Committee in 2003 and The social ecology of new technologies and haemophilia in New Zealand: A bleeding nuisance revisited]. Sites, 5(1), 159-162. [Book Review].

Jaye, C. (2003). [Review of the book The social lives of medicines]. Sites, 1(1), 215-218. [Book Review].

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