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Contact Details

Phone
+64 3 479 8459
Email
peter.crampton@otago.ac.nz
Position
Professor, Kōhatu - Centre for Hauora Māori
Qualifications
MB ChB PhD(Otago) DipObst(Auck) NZCPHM MRNZCGP
Research summary
Public health medicine
Memberships
CNZM for services to education and health sciences

Research

Peter is Professor of Public Health in Kōhatu, the Centre for Hauora Māori at the University of Otago. He is a specialist in public health medicine. His research is focused on social indicators and social epidemiology, health care policy, and health care organisation and funding.

He has served on numerous advisory panels in a variety of policy areas related to public health, health services, and medical education, and has taught undergraduate and postgraduate courses related to public health, health systems, and health services management.

Publications

Cook, L., Burrows, L., Milne, B., Prickett, K., Howden-Chapman, P., Pierse, N., Kukutai, T., … Atatoa-Carr, P., & Crampton, P. (2024). Counting what matters: Rethinking Aotearoa's population statistics without a census. The Briefing, (2 May). Retrieved from https://www.phcc.org.nz/briefing/counting-what-matters-rethinking-aotearoas-population-statistics-without-census Journal - Research Other

Sheridan, N., McKree Jansen, R., Harwood, M., Love, T., Kenealy, T., and the Primary Care Models Study Group, including Atmore, C., Crampton, P., Dowell, A., Gauld, R., McBain, L., Stokes, T., & Stubbe, M. (2024). Hauora Māori – Māori health: A right to equal outcomes in primary care. International Journal for Equity in Health, 23, 42. doi: 10.1186/s12939-023-02071-6 Journal - Research Article

Curtis, E., Bagg, W., & Crampton, P. (2023). A national cross-sectional study of the sociodemographic characteristics of Aotearoa New Zealand’s regulated health workforce pre-registration students: A mirror on society? In J. Boys, S. Cubillo, L. Bandler & S. Bellingham (Eds.), Proceedings of the Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education Network Conference: LIME Connection X: Decolonising Education: Through Critique to Transformative Learning and Teaching. (pp. 75-76). Melbourne, Australia: University of Melbourne. Retrieved from https://limenetwork.net.au Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Curtis, E., Bagg, W., & Crampton, P. (2023). Progress towards selecting medical students to reflect the society they will serve? A nationwide cross-sectional study in Aotearoa New Zealand. In J. Boys, S. Cubillo, L. Bandler & S. Bellingham (Eds.), Proceedings of the Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education Network Conference: LIME Connection X: Decolonising Education: Through Critique to Transformative Learning and Teaching. (pp. 56). Melbourne, Australia: University of Melbourne. Retrieved from https://limenetwork.net.au Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Crampton, P. (2023). What do we know about the new government’s plans for funding primary health care? Journal of Primary Health Care, 15(4), 295-296. doi: 10.1071/HC23165 Journal - Research Other

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