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BA, DPHBridget_RobsonAssociate Dean Māori; Director TRRHAEP; Senior Research Fellow

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Tel 64 4 918 5784
Fax 64 4 389 5319

Research interests and activities

Bridget (Ngāti Raukawa) is the director of Te Rōpū Rangahau Hauora a Eru Pōmare at the University of Otago, Wellington. Her research interests are in the areas of social and economic determinants of health, inequitable treatment in the health system, the impact of racism on health, and the development of kaupapa Māori epidemiology.

Bridget is the Principal Investigator of Unequal Treatment: The Role of Health Services. She is also involved in the Mauri Tangata project on unemployment and health, several projects on Māori cancer outcomes, and she is active in providing Tackling Inequalities workshops for the health sector. Bridget was also an author on Hauora: Standards of Health III.


Hohmann-Marriott, B. (2023). Periods as powerful data: User understandings of menstrual app data and information. New Media & Society, 25(11), 3028-3046. doi: 10.1177/14614448211040245

Hohmann-Marriott, B., & Starling, L. (2022). “What if it's wrong?” Ovulation and fertility understanding of menstrual app users. SSM Qualitative Research in Health, 2, 100057. doi: 10.1016/j.ssmqr.2022.100057

Shah, S., Ergler, C., & Hohmann-Marriott, B. (2022). The other side of the story: Intended parents' surrogacy journeys, stigma and relational reproductive justice. Health & Place, 74, 102769. doi: 10.1016/j.healthplace.2022.102769

Young, C. D., Taumoepeau, M., Girling, J. E., Hohmann-Marriott, B. E., & Bird, R. J. (2021). A Pacific approach to investigating Pacific tertiary students' understandings of sexual and reproductive well-being. New Zealand Medical Journal, 134(1543), (pp. 155). Retrieved from

Hohmann-Marriott, B., Choe, L., Schilperoort, L., Tustin, K., Taylor, N., Gollop, M., Theodore, R., Kokaua, J., Hunter, J., Taumoepeau, M., & Poulton, R. (2020). Family and career plans of students graduating from New Zealand universities. New Zealand Population Review, 46, 100-126. Retrieved from

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