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Refereed papers

  • Shackleton N, Broadbent JM, Thornley S, Milne BJ, Crengle S, Exeter DJ. Inequalities in dental caries experience among 4-year-old New Zealand children. Community dentistry and oral epidemiology. 2018;46(3):288-96.
  • Tiwari, T., Jamieson, L., Broughton, J., Lawrence, H.P., Batliner, T.S., Arantes, R. and Albino, J. “Reducing Indigenous Oral Health Inequalities: A Review from 5 Nations.” Journal of Dental Research. Article first published online: March 19, 2018
  • Cidro, J., Maar, M., Peressini, S., Schroth, R.J., Broughton, J., Jamieson, L., and Lawrence, H.P. “Strategies for Meaningful Engagement between Community-Based Health Researchers and First Nations Participants.” Frontiers in Public Health, June 2017, Volume 5, Article 138.
    doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2017.00138
  • Broughton J.R., Lawrence, H.P., and Jamieson, L.M. “Tikanga Māori (Māori Customary Practices) in Oral Health Research.” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 27 (2016): 101 - 109.
  • Lawrence HP, Cidro J, Isaac-Mann S, Peressini S, Maar M, Schroth R, Gordon J, Norman C, Hoffman-Goetz L, Broughton J, Jamieson L. “Racism and Oral Health Outcomes among Pregnant Canadian Aboriginal Women.” Journal of Care for the Poor and Underserved, 27 (2016): 178 – 206.
  • Jamieson, L.M., Bradshaw, J., Lawrence, H.P., Broughton, J.R. and Venner, K. “Fidelity of Motivational Interviewing in an early childhood caries intervention involving Indigenous Australian mothers.” Journal of Care for the Poor and Underserved, 27 (2016): 125 - 138.
  • Jamieson, L.M, Parker, E.J., Broughton, J.R., Lawrence, H.P., and Armfield, J.M. “Are Stage of Change constructs relevant for subjective oral health in a vulnerable population?” Community dental health 06/2015; 32(2):111-6.
  • Fitzgerald R.P., Thomson W.M., Huakau G., Darrou M., Gilmore D., Sadler H., Bell R.J., Danse V., Broad B., Broughton, J.R. “A Qualitative study of the meaning of oral health and self-care for 40 Dunedin residents living on lower incomes.” NZDJ. 111, No.2:68-75; June 2015.
  • Anderson, V.R., Rapana, S.T., Broughton, J.R., Seymour, G.J., and Rich, A.M. “Preliminary findings from the Oranga Niho dental student outplacement project.” New Zealand Dental Journal, 111, No 1: 6-14; March 2015.
  • Ben, J., Jamieson, L.M., Priest, N., Parker, E.J., Roberts-Thomson, K.F., Lawrence, H.P., Broughton, J.R., and Paradies, Y. “Experience of racism and tooth brushing among pregnant Aboriginal Australians: exploring psychosocial mediators.” Community Dental Health (2014) 31, 1–8. doi:10.1922/CDH_3298Ben08
  • Broughton JR, Person M, Maipi J. TeH, Cooper-Te Koi R, Smith-Wilkinson A, Tiakiwai S, Kilgour J, Berryman K, Morgaine KC, Jamieson LM, Lawrence HP, Thomson WM. “Ūkaipōniho: the place of nurturing for oral health.” New Zealand Dental Journal, 110, No 1: 18- 23; March 2014.
  • Broughton JR, Maipi JT, Person M, Thomson WM, Morgaine KC, Tiakiwai SJ, Kilgour J, Berryman K, Lawrence HP, Jamieson LM. “Reducing disease burden and health inequalities arising from chronic disease among indigenous children: an early childhood caries intervention in Aotearoa/New Zealand.” BMC Public Health. 2013;13:1177. (13 December 2013)
  • Broughton, J.R. “Faculty of Dentistry community engagement with Māori oral health providers.” Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education Network 2013, LIME Good Practice Case Studies Volume Two, Onemda VicHealth Koori Health Unit, The University of Melbourne.
  • Areai, D. M., Thomson, W. M., Foster Page, L. A., Denny, S. J., Crengle, S., Clark, T. C., Ameratunga, S. N., & Koopu, P. I. (2011). Self-reported oral health, dental self-care and dental service use among New Zealand secondary school students: findings from the Youth 07 study. New Zealand Dental Journal, 107(4), 121-126.

Public seminars

  • Broughton, J. (2013). Te Kaupeka Pūniho: The Faculty of Dentistry. Proceedings of the Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education Conference: LIME Connection V: Re- imagining Indigenous Health Education: Harnessing Energy,Implementing Evidence, Creating Change., (pp. 100). Retrieved from
  • Jamieson, L., Parker, E., Roberts-Thomson, K., Broughton, J. R., & Lawrence, H. P. (2013). Development of the Stages of Change in Oral Health model. Journal of Dental Research, 92(Spec Iss A), 119. Retrieved from
  • Morgaine, K. C., McLeod, G. F., Foster Page, L. A., & Broughton, J. R. (2013). Improving adolescent utilisation of dental services: A provider perspective. Journal of Dental Research, 92(Spec Iss A), 3218. Retrieved from

Media releases

  • Broughton, J.R., Anderson, V., Lawrence, M., Steinman, M., Nichol, J., Wright, S., Johnson, R., Johnson, M., McGibbon, M., Laing, B., and Hikairo, P. “Oranga niho me ngā tangata whaiora. Oral health and Māori mental health patients.” Research report, University of Otago, September 2013. Released June 1. 2015.
  • Broughton, J.R. “A decade of dental student community engagement in Rotorua.” NZDJ March 2013, 24-25.
  • Thomson, W.M., Ayers, K. and Broughton, J.R. “Child oral health inequalities in New Zealand. A background paper to the Public Health Advisory Committee, 2003.” In Improving Child Oral Health and Reducing Child Health Inequalities. Report to the Minister of Health from the Public Health Advisory Committee. National Advisory Committee on Health and Disability, Wellington, May 2003.

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