Other publications

Books

2009

  • Williams, Simon J., Gabe, J., Davis, P. (eds). Pharmaceuticals and Society. Critical Discourses and Debates. Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell, 160 pages, 2009.

Book chapters

2015

2014

  • The politics of aspiration in the neoliberal era, Cotterell GA, von Randow M (2014). In The new electoral politics in New Zealand: The significance of the 2011 election (pp. 99-124). Wellington: Institute for Governance and Policy Studies, Victoria University of Wellington.

2009

  • Public health in Australia and New Zealand, Davis P, Lin V, Gauld R (2009). In R.Beaglehole (ed.), Global Public Health: a new era, 2nd. Ed., 225–247, Oxford, Oxford University Press.
  • Public health sciences and policy in high-income countries, Tenbensel T, Davis P (2009). In R Detels, R Beaglehole, M Lansang, M Guilford (eds.), Oxford Textbook of Public Health, 5th Ed., 796–809, Oxford, Oxford University Press.
  • Pharmaceuticals and Society. Critical Discourses and Debates, Williams SJ, Gabe J, Davis P (eds.) (2009). Critical Discourses and Debates. Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell, 160 pages.

2007

  • Sampling methods in Health Research, Davis P, Scott A (2007). In M Saks and Allsop (eds.), Researching Health: Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed Methods, Sage Publications: London, 155–173.

2006

  • Activities of the general practitioner: are they important? Davis P (2006). In G.P. Westert, L. Jabaaij, F.G. Schellevis (eds.), Morbidity, Performance and Quality in Primary Care. Dutch general practice on stage, 229–238, Oxford and Seattle, Radcliffe Publishing.

2005

  • Health and Society in Aotearoa/New Zealand, Dew K, Davis P (eds) (2005). Auckland, Oxford University Press, Second Edition, 308 pages.

2003

  • Health expectancy in Australia and New Zealand, Davis P, Mathers C, Graham P (2003). In JM Robine, C Jagger, CD Mathers, EM Crimmins, RM Suzman (eds), Determining Health Expectancies, 391–408, Chichester, John Wiley & Sons. 
  • Public health in Australia and New Zealand, Davis P, Lin V (2003). In R.Beaglehole (ed.), Global Public Health: a new era, 191–208, Oxford, Oxford University Press.

2002

  • Problems, politics, and processes: public health sciences and policy in developed countries, Davis P (2002). In R Detels, J McEwen, R Beaglehole, H Tanaka (eds.), Oxford Textbook of Public Health 2, 4th. Edition, 937–50, New York and Oxford, Oxford University Press.

2001

  • Conclusion in Health and Public Policy, Davis P, Ashton T (2001). Conclusion. In P. Davis and T. Ashton (eds.), Health and Public Policy, 273–280, Auckland, Oxford University Press.
  • Introduction in Health and Public Policy, Davis P, Ashton T (2001). Introduction. In P. Davis and T. Ashton (eds.), Health and Public Policy, 1–20, Auckland, Oxford University Press.
  • Health and Public Policy, Davis P, Ashton T (eds.) (2001) Health and Public Policy, Auckland, Oxford University Press, 287 pages.

Commissioned reports

2014

  • Families and whanau status report 2014: Towards measuring the wellbeing of families and whanau. Families Commission/Social Policy Evaluation and Research Unit, Wellington, 2014. Chapter 3. Trends in family wellbeing – Analysis of selected questions from the General Social Survey - G. Cotterell, Lay-Yee R, von Randow M.

2009

  • Pacific Families Now and in the Future: Changing Pacific household composition and wellbeing; A qualitative snapshot, 2008, Sua’ali’i-Sauni T, McTaggart S, von Randow M (2009). Wellington, New Zealand Families Commission.
  • Pacific Families Now and in the Future: Changing Pacific household composition and wellbeing, 1981–2006, von Randow M, Cotterell G, McTaggart S, Sua’ali’i-Sauni T, Davis P, Patrick D (2009). Wellington, New Zealand Families Commission.

2005

  • Hider P, Davis P, Lay-Yee R. 2005. The work of doctors in Accident and Medical Clinics: The National Primary Medical Care Survey (NatMedCa): 2001/02. Report 5. Wellington: Ministry of Health. ISBN 0-478-29668-1 (Book), ISBN 0-478-2967-1 (Internet), HP 4183. 133 pages.
  • Crengle S, Lay-Yee R, Davis P, Pearson J. 2005. A Comparison of Māori and Non-Māori patient visits to doctors: The National Primary Medical Care Survey (NatMedCa): 2001/02. Report 6. Wellington: Ministry of Health. ISBN 0-478-29690-8 (Book), ISBN 0-478-29691-6 (Internet), HP 4196. 127 pages.
  • Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Suaalii-Sauni T, Pearson J. 2005. Pacific patterns in primary health care: A comparison of Pacific and all patient visits to doctors: The National Primary Medical Care Survey (NatMedCa): 2001/02. Report 7. Wellington: Ministry of Health. ISBN 0-478-29672-X (Book), ISBN 0-478-29673-8 (Internet), HP 4184. 116 pages.
  • Raymont A, von Randow M, Patrick D, Lay-Yee R, Davis P. 2005. A description of the activity of selected Hospital Emergency Departments in New Zealand: The National Primary Medical Care Survey (NatMedCa): 2001/02. Report 8. Wellington: Ministry of Health. ISBN 0-478-29636-3 (Book), ISBN 0-478-29637-1 (Internet), HP 4145. 45 pages.
  • Kent B, Horsburgh M, Lay-Yee R, Davis P, Pearson J. 2005. Nurses and their work in primary health care: The National Primary Medical Care Survey (NatMedCa): 2001/02. Report 9. Wellington: Ministry of Health. ISBN 0-478-29633-9 (Book), ISBN 0-478-29634-7 (Internet), HP 4145. 48 pages.

2004

  • Family doctors: Methodology and description of the activity of private GPs, Raymont A, Lay-Yee R, Davis P, Scott A (2004). The National Primary Medical Care Survey (NatMedCa): 2001/02. Report 1, Wellington, Ministry of Health. ISBN 0-478-28251-6 (Book), ISBN 0-478-28252-4 (Internet), HP 3827. 101 pages.
  • Māori providers: Primary health care delivered by doctors and nurses, Crengle S, Lay-Yee R, Davis P (2004). The National Primary Medical Care Survey (NatMedCa): 2001/02. Report 3. Wellington, Ministry of Health. ISBN 0-478-28277-X (Book), ISBN 0-478-28280-X (Internet), HP 3853. 113 pages.
  • Primary health care in community-governed non-profits: The work of doctors and nurses, Crampton P, Lay-Yee R, Davis P (2004). The National Primary Medical Care Survey (NatMedCa): 2001/02. Report 2, Wellington, Ministry of Health. ISBN 0-478-28234-6 (Book), ISBN 0-478-28235-4 (Internet), HP 3814. 88 pages.
  • The National Primary Medical Care Survey. A comparison of primary health care provided by rural and non-rural general practices. Hider P, Lay-Yee R, Davis P (2004). The National Primary Medical Care Survey
    (NatMedCa): 2001/02. Report 4, Wellington, Ministry of Health. ISBN 0-478-25708-2 (Book), ISBN 0-478-25711-2 (Internet), HP 3883. 130 pages.

2001

  • Adverse events in New Zealand public hospitals: principal findings from a national survey, Davis P, Lay-Yee R, Briant R, Schug S, Scott A, Johnson S, Bingley W (2001). Occasional Paper No 3, Wellington: Ministry of Health, ISBN 0-478-26265-5 (Booklet), ISBN 0-478-26268-X (Internet), 105 pages.

General reports

2002

  • Measuring socioeconomic status in New Zealand, Davis P (2002). In N Pearce and L Ellison-Loschmann (eds.), Explanations for Socioeconomic Differences in Health. Proceedings of the first Annual CPHR Symposium in Health Research and Policy. Occasional Report Series. 1, 29–36. Wellington, Massey University.

2001

  • Estimating interviewer effects for binary responses, Scott A, Davis P (2001). In Achieving Data Quality in a Statistical Agency: A methodological perspective. Ottawa, Statistics Canada, 107–114.