Lay-Yee R, Milne BJ, Wright-St Clair VA, Broad J, Wilkinson T, Muru-Lanning M, Kerse N. The association of loneliness with general and health-related measures of subjective well-being in a longitudinal bicultural cohort of adults in advanced age living in New Zealand. Journal of Gerontology.
Mitchell E, Thompson J, Laversha A, Milne B. Maternal mental health and substance abuse problems in SUDI using routinely collected health data in New Zealand, 2000–2016. Archives of Disease in Childhood.
Prictor M, Milne BJ. Asynchronous online Nominal Group Technique: evolution of a method for obtaining group consensus to determine priorities for the secondary use of government-held personal data in New Zealand and Australia. International Journal of Social Research Methodology.
Taylor TA, Taufa N, Wrapson W, Dewes O, Beban G, Siegert RJ. Weight loss surgery non-completion: A systematic review of factors associated with preoperative program attrition. Obesity Surgery.
Thabrew H, Aljawahiri N, Kumar H, Bowden N, Milne B, Prictor M, Jordan V, Breedvelt J, Shepherd T, Hetrick S. As long as it’s used for beneficial things: A scoping review and qualitative study exploring New Zealand adults, Māori and young people’s perceptions around the research use of the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI). BMC Ethics.
Bowden N, Gibb S, Audas R, Clendon S, Dacombe J, Kokaua J, Milne BJ, Mujoo H, Murray SW, Smiler K, Stace H, van der Meer L, Taylor BJ (2022). Association Between High-Need Education-Based Funding and School Suspension Rates for Autistic Students in New Zealand. JAMA Pediatrics, doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2022.1296.
Bowden N, Milne B, Audas R, Clasby B, Dacombe J, Forster W, Kokaua J, Gibb S, Hughes N, MacCormick C, Smiler K, Taylor B, Mirfin-Veitch B (2022). Criminal justice system interactions among young adults with and without autism: A national birth cohort study in New Zealand. Autism, doi:10.1177/13623613211065541.
Daniels L, Taylor BJ, Taylor RW, Milne BJ, Camp J, Richards R, Shackleton N (2022). Further Reductions in the Prevalence of Obesity in 4-year-old New Zealand Children from 2017 to 2019. International Journal of Obesity 2022, doi:10.1038/s41366-022-01095-2.
Mills O, Shackleton N, Colbert J, Zhao J, Norman P, Exeter DJ (2022). Inter-relationships between geographical scale, socio-economic data suppression and population. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, doi:10.1007/s12061-021-09430-2.
Milne BJ (2022). Longitudinal Research in Aotearoa New Zealand using the Integrated Data Infrastructure: A review. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, doi:10.1080/03036758.2022.2072905.
Richmond-Rakerd LS, D'Souza S, Milne BJ, Caspi A, Moffitt TE (2022). Longitudinal Associations of Mental Disorders with Dementia: 30-year analysis of 1.7 million New Zealand citizens. JAMA Psychiatry 79(4): 333–340, doi:10.1001/jamapsychiatry.2021.4377.
Schoeps A, Gontijo de Castro T, Peterson ER, Wall CR, D’Souza S, Waldie KE, Morton SMB (2022). Associations between antenatal maternal diet and other health aspects with infant temperament in a large multiethnic cohort study: A path analysis approach. BMJ Open 12(2), doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-046790.
Slykerman RF, Li E, Booth RJ (2022). Improvement in the psychological health of nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nursing Forum 57(1): 87–93, doi:10.1111/nuf.12660.
Theunissen G, D’Souza S, Peterson ER, Walker C, Morton SMB, Waldie KE (2022). Prenatal Determinants of Depressive Symptoms in Childhood: Evidence from Growing Up in New Zealand. Journal of Affective Disorders 302: 41–49, doi:10.1016/j.jad.2022.01.076.
Bentley R, Simons K, Kvalsvig A, Milne B, Blakely T (2021). Short-run effects of poverty on asthma, ear infections and health service use in Australian children: Analysis of the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children. International Journal of Epidemiology 2021, doi:10.1093/ije/dyab059.
Bird AL, Underwood L, Berry S, Grant CC, Gulliver P, Fanslow J, Atatoa Carr PE, Fa'alili-Fidow J, Morton SMB (2021). Physical Conflict During Pregnancy: A socioecological, cross-cultural examination of risk and protective factors for New Zealand Women. Violence Against Women 27(11): 1930–1956, doi:10.1177/1077801220971356.
Chaplin E, Rawat A, Perera B, McCarthy J, Courtenay K, Forrester A, Young S, Hayward H, Sabet J, Underwood L, Mills R (2021). Prisoners with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Comorbidities and service pathways. International Journal of Prisoner Health, doi:10.1108/IJPH-03-2021-0020.
D'Souza S, Stewart T, Gerritsen G, Gibbons A, Duncan S (in press). Preschool behavioural and emotional outcomes associated with participation in early childhood education. Early Education and Development.
Greaves LM, Oldfield LD, von Randow M, Sibley CG, Milne BJ (2021). How Low Can We Go? Declining Survey Response Rates to New Zealand Electoral Roll Mail Surveys Over Three Decades. Political Science, doi:10.1080/00323187.2021.1898995.
Kolandai-Matchett K & Abbott M (2021). Gaming-gambling convergence: Trends, emerging risks, and legislative responses. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, doi:10.1007/s11469-021-00498-y.
Kolandai-Matchett K, Armoudian M, Thrush S (2021). Communicating complex marine science: Does media format matter? Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, doi:10.1002/aqc.3560.
Kolandai-Matchett K, Armoudian M, Thrush S, Hillman J, Schwendenmann L, Jakobsson J, Haggitt T, O’Hara Blain C, Lear G (2021). Marine ecosystem science and the media: Exploring ways to improve news coverage through journalist-scientist working relations. Aquatic Conversation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, doi:10.1002/aqc.3708.
Lay-Yee R, Campbell D, Milne B (2021). Social attitudes and activities associated with loneliness: Findings from a New Zealand national survey of the adult population. Health and Social Care in the Community, doi:10.1111/hsc.13351.
Lay-Yee R, Matthews T, Moffitt T, Poulton R, Caspi A, Milne B (2021). Do socially isolated children become socially isolated adults? Advances in Life Course Research, doi:10.1016/j.alcr.2021.100419.
McEwen F, Tye C, Liang H, Woodhouse E, Underwood L, Shephard E, Barker ED, Sheerin F, Steenbruggen JW, Yates JR, Bolton PF (2021). Risk Pathways to autism in a cohort of children and adolescents with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex. PsyArXiv, doi:10.31234/osf.io/crjpy.
Mills A, Lindsay C, Gordon G, Groot S, Milne B (2021). More Than a Roof? A Critical Review of Post-Prison Housing Provision in Aotearoa New Zealand. New Zealand Sociology 36(1): 1–24, https://search.informit.org/doi/10.3316/informit.850185230729940.
Neumann D, Peterson ER, Underwood L, Morton SMB, Waldie KE (2021). The development of cognitive functioning indices in early childhood. Cognitive Development 60, doi:10.1016/j.cogdev.2021.101098.
Richmond-Rakerd LS, D’Souza S, Milne BJ, Caspi A, Moffitt TE (2021). Longitudinal associations of mental disorders with physical diseases and mortality among 2.3 million New Zealanders. JAMA Network Open 4(1):e2033448, doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2020.33448.
Shackleton N, Li E, Gibb S, Kvalsvig A, Baker M, Sporle A, Bentley R, Milne B (2021). The relationship between income poverty and child hospitalisations in New Zealand: Evidence from longitudinal household panel data and census data. PLOS One 16(1):e0243920, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0243920.
Svardal C, Waldie KE, Morton SMB, D'Souza S (2021). Prevalence of antidepressant use and unmedicated depression in pregnant New Zealand women. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, doi:10.1177/00048674211025699.
Wallander JL, Berry S, Ataroa Carr P, Peterson ER, Waldie KE, Marks E, D’Souza S, Morton SMB (2021). Patterns of risk exposure in the first 1,000 days of life and health, behaviour, and education-related problems at age 4.5: Evidence from Growing Up in New Zealand, a longitudinal cohort study. BMC Paediatrics 21, 285, doi:10.1186/s12887-021-02652-w.
Bowden N, Thabrew H, Kokaua J, Audas R, Milne B, Smiler K, Stace H, Taylor B, Gibb S (2020). Autism Spectrum Disorder / Takiwātanga: An Integrated Data Infrastructure-based approach to ASD Research in New Zealand. Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice 24(8): 2213–2227, doi:10.1177/1362361320939329.
Buckingham L (2020). Ethnolinguistic diversity in New Zealand: A socioeconomic analysis. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 266, 5–32, doi:10.1515/ijsl-2020-2108.
Buckley J, Peterson ER, Underwood L, D’Souza S, Morton SMB, Waldie KE (2020). Socio-demographic and maternal health indicators of inhibitory control in preschool age children: Evidence from Growing Up in New Zealand. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 11(2), 181–201, doi:10.1332/175795919X15746664055477.
D’Souza S, Bowden N, Gibb S, Shackleton N, Audas R, Hetrick S, Taylor B, Milne B (2020). Medication dispensing for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder to New Zealand youth. NZMJ 133(1522), https://www.nzma.org.nz/journal-articles/medication-dispensing-for-attention-deficit-hyperactivity-disorder-to-new-zealand-youth.
D'Souza S, Underwood L, Peterson ER, Morton SMB, Waldie KE (2020). The association between persistence and change in early childhood behavioural problems and preschool cognitive outcomes. Child Psychiatry and Human Development 51: 416–426, doi:10.1007/s10578-019-00953-x.
Greaves LM, Oldfield LD, Milne BJ (2020). Let the People Decide? Support for Referenda since the New Zealand Flag Change Referendums. Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, doi:10.1080/1177083X.2020.1786413.
Greaves LM, Rasheed A, D’Souza S, Shackleton N, Oldfield LD, Sibley CG, Milne BJ, Bulbulia J (2020). Comparative Study of Attitudes to Religious Groups in New Zealand Reveals Muslim-specific Prejudice. Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online 15(2): 260–279, doi:10.1080/1177083X.2020.1733032.
Kim Y, Bird A, Peterson E, Underwood L, Morton SMB, Grant CC (2020). Maternal Antenatal Depression and Early Childhood Sleep: Potential pathways through infant temperament. Journal of Paediatric Psychology 45(2): 203–217, doi:10.1093/jpepsy/jsaa001.
Kolandai-Matchett K & Armoudian M (2020). Message framing for effective marine conservation communication. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 30(12): 2441–2463, doi:10.1002/aqc.3349.
Kolandai-Matchett K, Armoudian M, Li E (2020). Communicating complex ocean issues: How strategically framed messages affect awareness and motivation when conveyed using narrative vs. expository language. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 31(4): 870–887, doi:10.1002/aqc.3484.
Leong KSW, McLay J, Derraik JGB, Gibb S, Shackleton N, Taylor RW, Glover M, Audas R, Taylor B, Milne BJ, Cutfield W (2020). Prenatal and childhood antibiotics exposure and obesity at age 4 years. JAMA Network Open 3(1):e1919681, doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2019.19681.
Richmond-Rakerd L, D’Souza S, Andersen SH, Hogan S, Houts RM, Poulton R, Ramrakha S, Caspi A, Milne B, Moffitt TE (2020). Clustering of health, crime and social-welfare inequality in 4 million citizens from two nations. Nature Human Behaviour 4: 255–264, doi:10.1038/s41562-019-0810-4.
San San Kyaw K, Tin Tin S, Underwood L, Grant C (2020). Effects of Home Language Environment and Household Crowding on Early Expressive Language Development. Journal of Developmental and Behavioural Paediatrics 41(4): 289–298, doi:10.1097/DBP.0000000000000764.
Slykerman RF, Li E, Milne B (2020). Birth by caesarean section and educational achievement in adolescents. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, doi:10.1111/ajo.13276.
Tye C, McEwen FS, Liang H, Underwood L, Woodhouse E, Barker ED, Sheerin F, Yates JRW, Bolton PF (2020). Long-term cognitive outcomes in tuberous sclerosis complex. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 62(3): 322–329, doi:10.11111/dmcn.14356.
Wong EL, Liao JM, Etherton-Beer C, Baldassar L, Cheung G, Dale CM, Flo E, Husebø BS, Lay-Yee R, Millard A, Peri KA, Thokala P, Wong CH, Chau PY, Chan CY, Chung RY, Yeoh EK (2020). Scoping Review: Intergenerational Resource Transfer and Possible Enabling Factors. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17(21): 7868, doi:10.3390/ijerph17217868.
Armoudian M, Milne BJ (2019). The politics of blame: Mass media messages and political violence during peace negotiations. Journalism, August 2019, doi:10.1177/1464884919860280.
Boven N, Exeter D, Sporle A, Shackleton N (2019). The implications of different ethnicity categorisation methods for understanding outcomes and developing policy in New Zealand. Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, doi:10.1080/1177083X.2019.1657912.
D’Souza S, Crawford CN, Buckley J, Underwood L, Peterson ER, Bird A, Morton SMB, Waldie KE (2019). Antenatal determinants of early childhood talking delay and behavioural difficulties. Infant Behaviour and Development 57, doi:10.1016/j.infbeh.2019.101388.
D’Souza S, Underwood L, Peterson ER, Buckley J, Morton S, Waldie K (2019). Determinants of Persistence and Change in Early Childhood Behavioural Problems: The roles of parenting and maternal mental health. Journal of Child and Family Studies 28, 1826–1842, doi:10.1007/s10826-019-01404-w.
D’Souza S, Underwood L, Peterson ER, Morton SMB, Waldie KE (2019). Persistence and change in behavioural problems during early childhood. BMC Pediatric 19, 259, doi:10.1186/s12887-019-1631-3.
D’Souza S, Waldie KE, Peterson ER, Underwood L, Morton SMB (2019). Antenatal and postnatal determinants of behavioural difficulties in early childhood: Evidence from Growing Up in New Zealand. Child Psychiatry and Human Development 50(1), 45–60, doi:10.1007/s10578-018-0816-6.
Gibb S, Milne B, Shackleton N, Taylor B, Audas R (2019). How universal are universal preschool health checks? An observational study using routine data from New Zealand's B4 School Check. BMJ Open 2019;9:e025535, doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-025535.
Gibb S, Shackleton N, Audas R, Taylor B, Swinburn B, Zhu T, Taylor R, Derraik JGB, Cutfield W, Milne BJ (2019). Child obesity prevalence across communities in New Zealand: 2010-2016. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 43(2), doi:10.1111/1753-6405.12881.
McCarthy J, Chaplin E, Forrester A, Underwood L, Hayward H, Sabet J, Young S, Mills R, Asherson P, Murphy D (2019). Prisoners with neurodevelopmental difficulties: Vulnerabilities for mental illness and self-harm. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 29(5–6): 308–320, doi:10.1002/cbm.2132.
McDaid F, Underwood L, Fa’alili-Fidow J, Waldie KE, Peterson ER, Bird A, D’Souza S, Morton SMB (2019). Antenatal depression symptoms in Pacific women: evidence from Growing Up in New Zealand. Journal of Primary Health Care 11(2), 96–108, doi:10.1071/HC18102.
Milne B, Atkinson J, Blakely T, Day H, Douwes J, Gibb S, Nicolson M, Shackleton N, Sporle A, Teng A (2019). Data Resource Profile: The New Zealand Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI). International Journal of Epidemiology 48(3), 1027. doi:10.1093/ije/dyz054.
Rapata H, Cutfield W, Milne BJ, Shackleton N, Waetford C, Richards R, Taylor R, Derraik JGB, Camp J (2019). Stable prevalence of obesity among Ngāti Whātua 4-year-old children in 2010–2016. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 49(4), 449–458, doi:10.1080/03036758.2019.1691613.
Shackleton N, Bonell C, Jamal F, Allen E, Mathiot A, Elbourne D, Viner R (2019). Teacher Burnout and Contextual and Compositional Elements of School Environment. Journal of School Health 89(12): 977–993, doi:10.1111/josh.12839.
Shackleton N, Chang K, Lay-Yee R, D’Souza S, Davis P, Milne B (2019). Microsimulation model of child and adolescent overweight: making use of what we already know. International Journal of Obesity 43, 2322–2332, doi:10.1038/s41366-019-0426-9.
Shackleton N, Derraik JGB, Audas R, Taylor R, Glover M, Morton S, Tautolo E-S, Kokaua J, Taylor B, Cutfield W, Milne B (2019). Decomposing ethnic differences in body mass index and obesity rates among New Zealand pre-schoolers. Int J Obes 43, 1951–1960, doi:10.1038/s41366-019-0390-4.
Shackleton N, Milne BJ, Jerrim J (2019). Socioeconomic inequalities in adolescent substance use: Evidence from 24 European Countries. Substance Use and Misuse 2019, 1–6, doi:10.1080/10826084.2018.1549080.
Tiatia-Seath J, Lay-Yee R, von Randow M (2019). Supporting the bereavement needs of Pacific communities in New Zealand following a suicide: A survey of service providers. Suicidology Online 10, 1–8,
Wallander JL, Berry S, Atatoa Carr P, Peterson ER, Waldie KE, Marks E, D’Souza S, Morton SMB (2019). Patterns of exposure to cumulative risk through age 2 and associations with problem behaviours at age 4.5: Evidence from Growing Up in New Zealand. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 47(8), 1277–1288, doi:10.1007/s10802-019-00521-w.
Darlington-Pollock F, Norman P, Shackleton, N, Exeter D (2018). Migration, Mobility and Health. In VA Crooks, G Andrews, J Pearce (Ed.s), Routledge Handbook Of Health Geography. Abingdon: Routledge.
Darlington-Pollock F, Shackleton N, Norman P, Lee AC, Exeter D (2018). Differences in the risk of cardiovascular disease for movers and stayers in New Zealand: A survival analysis. International Journal of Public Health 63(2), 173–179, doi:10.1007/s00038-017-1011-4.
Lay-Yee R, Milne B, Shackleton N, Chang K, Davis P (2018). Preventing youth depression: Simulating the impact of parenting interventions. Advances in Life Course Research 37: 15–22, doi:10.1016/j.alcr.2018.05.001.
Schluter PJ, Audas R, Kokaua J, McNeill B, Taylor B, Milne BJ, Gillon G (2018). The efficacy of preschool developmental indicators as a screen for early primary school-based literacy interventions. Child Development 91(1):e59–e76, doi:10.1111/cdev.13145.
Shackleton N, Allen E, Bevilacqua L, Viner R, Bonell C (2018). Associations between socioeconomic status (including school- and pupil-level interactions) and student perceptions of school environment and health in English secondary schools. British Educational Research Journal 44(5), doi:10.1002/berj.3455.
Shackleton N, Broadbent JM, Thornley S, Milne BJ, Crengle S, Exeter DJ (2018). Inequalities in dental caries experience among 4-year-old New Zealand children. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology 46(3): 288–296, doi:10.1111/cdoe.12364.
Shackleton N, Darlington-Pollock F, Norman P, Jackson R, Exeter D (2018). Longitudinal deprivation trajectories and risk of cardiovascular disease in New Zealand. Health & Place, doi:10.1016/j.healthplace.2018.07.010.
Bevilacqua L, Shackleton N, Hale D, Allen E, Bond L, Christie D, Elbourne D, Fitzgerald-Yau N, Fletcher A, Jones R, Miners A, Scott S, Wiggins M, Bonell C, Viner RM (2017). The role of family and school-level factors in bullying and cyberbullying: A cross-sectional study. BMC Pediatrics 17(1), doi:10.1186/s12887-017-0907-8.
Bonell C, Shackleton N, Fletcher A, Jamal F, Allen E, Mathiot A, Markham W, Aveyard P, Viner R (2017). Student- and school-level belonging and commitment and student smoking, drinking and misbehaviour. Health Education Journal 76(2), 206–220. doi:10.1177/0017896916657843
Lay-Yee R, Pearson J, Davis P, von Randow M, Kerse N, Brown L (2017). Changing the balance of social care for older people: simulating scenarios under demographic ageing in New Zealand. Health & Social Care in the Community 25(3): 962–974.
Shackleton N, Milne BJ, Audas R, Derraik JGB, Zhu T, Taylor RW, Morton SMB, Glover M, Cutfield WS, Taylor B (2017). Improving rates of overweight, obesity, and extreme obesity in New Zealand 4-year-old children in 2010–2016. Pediatric Obesity, doi:10.1111/ijpo.12260.
Tiatia-Seath J, Lay-Yee R, von Randow M (2017). Morbidity from intentional self-harm among Pacific peoples in New Zealand 1996–2015. New Zealand Medical Journal 130(1467): 23–31.
Tiatia-Seath J, Lay-Yee R, von Randow M (2017). Supporting the bereavement needs of Pacific communities in Aotearoa New Zealand following a suicide. Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing Te Mauri – Pimatisiwin 2(2): 129–141.
Tiatia-Seath J, Lay-Yee R, von Randow M (2017). Suicide mortality among Pacific peoples in New Zealand, 1996–2013. New Zealand Medical Journal 130(1454): 21–29.
Cotterell G and von Randow M (2016). From expectational to aspirational citizenship? The changing attitudes of the working and middle classes in Aotearoa New Zealand 1990–2014. New Zealand Sociology 31(7): 115–131.
Lay-Yee R, Pearson J, Davis P, von Randow M, Kerse N, Brown L (2016). Rebalancing health service use for older people: simulating policy-relevant scenarios under demographic ageing. New Zealand Medical Journal 129(1442): 25–35.
Shackleton N, Fletcher A, Jamal F, Markham W, Aveyard P, Mathiot, A, Allen E, Viner R, Bonell C (2016). A new measure of unhealthy school environments and its implications for critical assessments of health promotion in schools. Critical Public Health 27(2), 248–262. doi:10.1080/09581596.2016.1191619.
Lay-Yee R, Milne B, Davis P, Pearson J, McLay J (2015). Determinants and Disparities: A simulation approach to the case of child health care. Social Science and Medicine 128: 202–211.
McLay J, Lay-Yee R, Milne B, Davis P (2015). Regression-Style Models for Parameter Estimation in Dynamic Microsimulation: An empirical performance assessment. International Journal of Microsimulation 8(2): 83–127, https://microsimulation.pub/articles/00117.
Milne B (2015). Who Wants to Change the Flag? Results of a National Representative Survey. New Zealand Sociology 30(4): 126–153.
Milne B, Lay-Yee R, McLay J, Pearson J, von Randow M, Davis P (2015). Modelling the Early Life-Course (MEL-C): A microsimulation model of child development in New Zealand. International Journal of Microsimulation 8(2): 28–60, https://microsimulation.pub/articles/00116.
Milne B, Parker K, McLay J, von Randow M, Lay-Yee R, Hider P, Cumming J, Davis P (2015). Primary Health Care Access and Ambulatory Sensitive Hospitalizations in New Zealand. Journal of Ambulatory Care Management 38(2): 176–185, doi:10.1097/JAC.0000000000000057.
Hider P, Parker K, von Randow M, Milne B, Lay-Yee R, Davis P (2014). Can Patient Safety Indicators Monitor Medical and Surgical Care at New Zealand Public Hospitals? New Zealand Medical Journal 127(1405): 32–44, PMID: 25399040.
Milne BJ, Lay-Yee R, Thomas J, Tobias M, Tuohy P, Armstrong A, Lynn R, Davis P, Pearson J, Mannion O (2014). A Collaborative Approach to Bridging the Research-Policy Gap through the Development of Policy Advice Software. Evidence & Policy 10(1): 127–136.
von Randow M and Crothers C (2014). Measuring Changes in Family Wellbeing in New Zealand 1981–2013: An update. New Zealand Sociology 29(3): 30–37.
Crothers C, von Randow M, Cotterell G (2013). Measuring changes in family wellbeing in New Zealand 1981 to 2006. New Zealand Sociology 28(3): 237–254.
Davis P, Milne B, Parker K, Hider P, Lay-Yee R, Cumming J, Graham P (2013). Efficiency, Effectiveness, Equity (E3). Evaluating Hospital Performance in Three Dimensions. Health Policy 112(1–2): 19–27.
Lay-Yee R, Scott A, Davis P (2013). Patterns of Family Doctor Decision Making in Practice Context. What are the Implications for Medical Practice Variation and Social Disparities? Social Science & Medicine 76(1): 47–56.
Walker L & Davis P (2013). Modelling “Marriage Markets”: A review and a population-scale implementation. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 16(1) 6.
Davis P, McPherson M, Wheldon M, von Randow M (2012). Monitoring Sociodemographic Risk: A cohort analysis of families using census microdata. Social Indicators Research 108(1): 111–130.
Mannion O, Lay-Yee R, Wrapson W, Davis P, Pearson J (2012). JAMSIM: A Microsimulation Modelling Policy Tool. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 15(1) 8.
Milne B (2012). New Zealand Socioeconomic Index 2006 (NZSEI-06): An introduction for social science researchers. New Zealand Journal of Sociology 27(2).
von Randow M, Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Pearson J (2012). Data Matching to Allocate Doctors to Patients in a Microsimulation Model of the Primary Care Process in New Zealand. Social Science Computer Review 30: 358–368.
Boyd M, Broad J, Kerse N, Foster S, von Randow M, Lay-Yee R, Chelimo C, Whitehead N, Connolly M (2011). Twenty-Year Trends in Dependency in Residential Aged Care in Auckland, New Zealand: A descriptive study. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association 12(7): 535–540.
Broad J, Boyd M, Kerse N, Whitehead N, Chelimo C, Lay-Yee R, von Randow M, Foster S, Connolly M (2011). Residential Aged Care in Auckland, New Zealand 1988–2008: Do real trends over time match predictions? Age and Ageing 40(4): 487-494.
Cotterell G & Crothers C (2011). Social Indicators and Social Reporting in New Zealand, and the Potential Contribution of the Family Whānau and Wellbeing Project. New Zealand Journal of Social Policy 37: 152–171.
Kiro C, von Randow M, Sporle A (2011). Trends in Māori wellbeing: 1981–2006: A summary. New Zealand Sociology 26 (Special Issue): 68–75.
Pearson J, Lay-Yee R, Davis P, O’Sullivan D, von Randow M, Kerse N, Pradhan S (2011). Primary Care in an Ageing Society: Building and testing a microsimulation model for policy purposes. Social Science Computer Review 29(1): 21–36.
Cotterell G and von Randow M (2010). Addressing the quantitative skill shortage in the social sciences, New Zealand Science Review 67(4): 126–128.
Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Pearson J (2010). Using microsimulation to create a synthesised data set and test policy options: the case of health service effects under demographic ageing. Health Policy 97: 267–274.
Cotterell G, von Randow M, McTaggart S (2009). Using Census Data to Examine Changes in Wellbeing for Samoan, Cook Island, Tongan and Niuean Households. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand 35: 93–111.
Cotterell G, Wheldon M, Milligan S (2008). Measuring Changes in Family Wellbeing in New Zealand 1981 to 2001. Social Indicators Research 86(3): 453–467.
Gross R, McNeill R, Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Jatrana S, Crampton P (2008). Patient Dissatisfaction Recorded in Hospital Notes in New Zealand: Occurrence and pattern. New Zealand Medical Journal 121(1273): 51–59.
Gross R, McNeill R, Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Jatrana S, Crampton P (2008). The Association of Gender Concordance and Primary Care Physicians’ Perceptions of their Patients. Women and Health 48(2): 123–144.
Williams S, Gabe J, Davis P (2008). The Sociology of Pharmaceuticals: Progress and prospects. Sociology of Health and Illness 30(6): 813–824.
Crampton P, Jatrana S, Lay-Yee R, Davis P (2007). Exposure to Primary Medical Care in New Zealand: Number and duration of general practitioner visits. New Zealand Medical Journal 120(1256): 1–11.
Crampton P, Raymont A, Lay-Yee R, Davis P (2007). Comparative Study of Electronic and Paper Data Collection Methods in a Survey of General Practice Consultations. Healthcare Review Online 11(1).
Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Scott A, Gauld R (2007). Do Hospital Bed Reduction and Multiple System Reform affect Patient Mortality? A Trend and Multilevel Analysis in New Zealand over the period 1988–2001. Medical Care 45: 1186–1194.
Hider P, Lay-Yee R, Davis P (2007). Comparison of Services provided by Commercial, Community-Governed and Traditional Primary Care Practices in New Zealand. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 12(4): 215–222.
Hider P, Lay-Yee R, Davis P (2007). Doctors, Practices, Patients and their Problems during Usual Hours: A description of rural and non-rural primary care in New Zealand in 2001/2. New Zealand Medical Journal 120(1253): 1–10.
Hider P, Lay-Yee R, Davis P (2007). Practitioners, Patients, and their Visits: A description of Accident and Medical (A&M) clinics in New Zealand, 2001/2. New Zealand Medical Journal 120(1254): 1–12.
Metcalf P, Scragg R, Davis P (2007). Relationship of Different Measures of Socioeconomic Status with Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors and Lifestyle in a New Zealand Workforce Survey. New Zealand Medical Journal 120(1248): 1–10.
von Randow M, Raymont A, Lay-Yee R, Patrick D, Davis P (2007). Data Salvage in Hospital Emergency Departments: Extracting usable information from electronic data systems. Health Care and Informatics Review Online.
Bismark M, Brennan T, Paterson R, Davis P, Studdert D (2006). Relationship between Complaints and Quality of Care in New Zealand: A descriptive analysis of complainants and non-complainants following adverse events. Quality and Safety in Health Care 15: 17–22.
Bismark M, Brennan T, Davis P, Studdert D (2006). Claiming Behaviour in a No-Fault System of Medical Injury: A descriptive analysis of claimants and non-claimants. Medical Journal of Australia 185: 203–207.
Briant R, Buchanan J, Lay-Yee R, Davis P (2006). Representative Case Series from Public Hospital Admissions in 1998 III: Adverse events and death. New Zealand Medical Journal 119(1231): 1–16.
Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Briant R, Scott A (2006). Modelling Eligibility under National Systems of Compensation for Treatment Injury. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 31(2): 295–320.
Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Dyall L, Briant R, Sporle A, Brunt D, Scott A (2006). Quality of Hospital Care for Māori patients in New Zealand: Retrospective cross-sectional assessment. Lancet 367: 1920–1925.
Kairuz T, Harrison J, Lay-Yee R, Davis P (2006). A snapshot of general practitioner encounters with diabetic patients. New Zealand Pharmacy 26(8): 20–21, 28.
Briant R, Morton J, Lay-Yee R, Davis P, Ali W (2005). Representative Case Series from Public Hospital Admissions in 1998 II: Surgical adverse events. New Zealand Medical Journal 118(1219): 1–12.
Crampton P, Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Raymont A, Forrest C, Starfield B (2005). Does Community-Governed Non-Profit Primary Care improve Access to Services? Cross-sectional survey of practice characteristics. International Journal of Health Services 35: 465–478.
Crampton P, Davis P, Lay-Yee R (2005). Primary Care Teams: New Zealand's experience with community-governed non-profit primary care. Health Policy 72: 233–243.
Hider P, Lay-Yee R, Davis P, Briant R, Scott A (2005). Monitoring the Quality of Primary Care: Use of hospital-based audit studies. International Journal of Risk and Safety in Medicine 17: 81–89.
Raymont A, Lay-Yee R, Pearson J, Davis P (2005). New Zealand General Practitioners’ Characteristics and Workload: The National Primary Medical Care Survey. New Zealand Medical Journal 118(1215): 1–9.
Hossain M, Graham P, Gower S, Davis P (2004). Hierarchical Generalised Linear Models with Time-Dependent Clustering: Assessing the effect of health sector reform on patient outcomes in New Zealand. Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology 4: 169–186.
Davis P, Jenkin G, Coope P, Blakely T, Sporle A, Kiro C (2004). The New Zealand Socioeconomic Index of Occupational Status: Methodological revision and imputation for missing data. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 28(2): 113–119.
Graham P, Blakely T, Davis P, Sporle A, Pearce N (2004). Compression, Expansion or Dynamic Equilibrium? The Evolution of Health Expectancy in New Zealand. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 58: 659–666.
Davis P (2004). Tough But Fair? The Active Management of the New Zealand Drug Benefits Scheme by an Independent Crown Agency. Australian Health Review 28(2): 171–181.
Davis P (2004). Saving and Sharing Research Data: Issues of policy and practice. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand 21: 211–215.
Davis P (2004). Commentary: Health care as a risk factor. Canadian Medical Association Journal 170(11): 1688.
Crampton P, Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Raymont A, Forrest C, Starfield B (2004). Comparison of Private For-Profit with Private Community-Governed Not-For-Profit Primary Care Services in New Zealand. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 9 Suppl 2, S2: 17–22.
Briant R, Ali W, Lay-Yee R, Davis P (2004). Representative Case Series from Public Hospital Admissions in 1998 I: Drug and related therapeutic adverse events. New Zealand Medical Journal 117(1188): 747–754.
Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Briant R, Ali W, Scott A, Schug S (2003). Adverse Events in New Zealand Public Hospitals II: Preventability and clinical context. New Zealand Medical Journal 116(1183): 624–634.
Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Briant R, Scott A (2003). Preventable In-Hospital Medical Injury under the ‘No Fault’ System in New Zealand. Quality and Safety in Health Care 12: 251–256.
Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Briant R, Scott A, Schug S (2003). Acknowledgement of ‘No Fault’ Medical Injury: Review of patients' hospital records in New Zealand. British Medical Journal 326: 79–80.
Blakely T, Woodward A, Pearce N, Salmond C, Kiro C, Davis P (2002). Socioeconomic Factors and Mortality among 25–64 year olds followed from 1991 to 1994: The New Zealand Census-Mortality Study. New Zealand Medical Journal 115: 93–97.
Davis P (2002). Health policy: Drawing on a ‘global laboratory'. Social Science and Medicine 54: 323–324.
Pearce N, Davis P, Sporle A (2002). Persistent Social Class Mortality Differences in New Zealand Men Aged 15–64: An analysis of mortality during 1995–1997. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 26: 17–22.
Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Fitzjohn J, Hider P, Briant R, Schug S (2002). Compensation for Medical Injury in New Zealand: Does ‘no fault’ increase the level of claims-making and reduce its social and clinical selectivity? Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 27(5): 833–854.
Sporle A, Pearce N, Davis P (2002). Social Class Mortality Differences in Māori and Non-Māori Men Aged 15–64 during the Last Two Decades. New Zealand Medical Journal 115: 127–131.
Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Fitzjohn J, Hider P, Schug S, Briant R, Scott A (2002). Co-morbidity and Health Outcomes in Three Auckland Hospitals. New Zealand Medical Journal 115(1153): 211–216.
Brown P, McArthur C, Newby L, Lay-Yee R, Davis P, Briant R (2002). Cost of Medical Injury in New Zealand: A retrospective cohort study. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 7 Suppl 1, S1: 29–34.
Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Briant R, Ali W, Scott A, Schug S (2002). Adverse Events in New Zealand Public Hospitals 1: Occurrence and impact. New Zealand Medical Journal 115(1167): 1–9.
Davis P, Gribben B, Lay-Yee R, Scott A (2002). How Much Variation in Clinical Activity is there between General Practitioners? A Multilevel Analysis of Decision-Making in Primary Care. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 7: 202–208.
Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Schug S, Briant R, Scott A, Johnson S, Bingley W (2001). Adverse Events Regional Feasibility Study: Methodological Results. New Zealand Medical Journal 114: 200–202.
Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Schug S, Briant R, Scott A, Johnson S, Bingley W (2001). Adverse Events Regional Feasibility Study: Indicative Findings. New Zealand Medical Journal 114: 203–205.