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DSM staff profile

Dr Liz Craig

PositionSenior Lecturer
QualificationsMB ChB DipObs DipPaeds MPH PhD FAFPHM
Research summaryPaediatric and perinatal epidemiology

Research

Dr Craig is a Public Health Physician and Senior Lecturer at the Dunedin School of Medicine. Her PhD explored the socioeconomic determinants of adverse pregnancy outcome (e.g. preterm birth, small for gestational age, stillbirths) in New Zealand during 1980-2001.

Current research interests include developing indicator monitoring frameworks in child and youth health, paediatric and perinatal epidemiology, health inequalities, and the role of epidemiology in shaping health and social policy.

Publications

Journal - Research Article

McCallum, J., Craig, L., Whittaker, I., & Baxter, J. (2015). Ethnic differences in acute hospitalisations for otitis media and elective hospitalisations for ventilation tubes in New Zealand children aged 0-14 years. New Zealand Medical Journal, 128(1416). Retrieved from https://www.nzma.org.nz/journal

Craig, E., Anderson, P., Jackson, G., & Jackson, C. (2012). Measuring potentially avoidable and ambulatory care sensitive hospitalisations in New Zealand children using a newly developed tool. New Zealand Medical Journal, 125(1366). Retrieved from http://www.nzma.org.nz/journal

Anderson, P., Craig, E., Jackson, G., & Jackson, C. (2012). Developing a tool to monitor potentially avoidable and ambulatory care sensitive hospitalisations in New Zealand children. New Zealand Medical Journal, 125(1366). Retrieved from http://www.nzma.org.nz/journal