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Indicators of inequality for Māori and Pacific people
This study investigates a number of inequality indicators in New Zealand. The research examines the current gaps in the indicators between the European population, and Māori and Pacific people. The… Expand
Three models, one goal: Assessing financial vulnerability in New Zealand amateur sports clubs
Financial vulnerability is a critical issue for nonprofit sports clubs due to clubs’ increasing costs and impediments to generating sufficient income. The first objective of this study is to derive a… Expand
Differentiated Regulation: The Case of Charities
The increasing number and influence of charities in the economy, evidence of mismanagement and the need for information for policymaking are all reasons for establishing charity regulators. Public… Expand
A retrospective cohort study of the effect of medical emergency teams on documentation of advance care directives.
- Cameron Knott, A. Psirides, P. Young, D. Sim
- Critical care and resuscitation : journal of the…
- 1 September 2011
OBJECTIVE To describe the longitudinal changes in documentation of advance care directives (ACDs), including limitation of medical therapy (LMT) and not-for-resuscitation (NFR) directives among… Expand
Effect of taxoid and nontaxoid site microtubule‐stabilizing agents on axonal transport of mitochondria in untransfected and ECFP‐htau40‐transfected rat cortical neurons in culture
An important aspect of synaptic plasticity in the brain is axonal transport of essential components such as mitochondria from the soma to the synapse. For uninterrupted transport of cellular cargo… Expand
Addressing Ethnic Disparities in Adolescent Smoking: Is Reducing Exposure to Smoking in the Home a Key?
- Jude Ball, D. Sim, R. Edwards
- Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of…
- 30 March 2019
INTRODUCTION Smoking among New Zealand (NZ) adolescents has declined since 2000, but ethnic disparities remain pronounced. To inform prevention efforts, we investigated exposure to and relative… Expand
Evaluation of neurological changes in secondary progressive multiple sclerosis patients treated with immune modulator MIS416: results from a feasibility study
BackgroundWhile disease progression can be readily monitored in early stage relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS), it is more challenging for secondary progressive multiple sclerosis (SPMS). This… Expand
Treat‐to‐target in rheumatoid arthritis: Evaluating the patient perspective using the Patient Opinion Real‐Time Anonymous Liaison system: The RA T2T PORTAL study
- H. Benham, M. Rutherford, +4 authors A. Harrison
- International journal of rheumatic diseases
- 1 May 2019
To determine the level of agreement among patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) with the principles and recommendations of the treat‐to‐target (T2T) initiative in New Zealand (NZ) and to further… Expand
Increasing rates of people identifying as transgender presenting to Endocrine Services in the Wellington region.
- John W. Delahunt, H. Denison, D. Sim, Jemima J Bullock, J. Krebs
- The New Zealand medical journal
- 19 January 2018
AIMS Overseas clinics specialising in management of transgender people have noted a marked increase in the numbers of people requesting therapy in the last few years. No data has been presented for… Expand
Impact of Parental Involvement in Life-Support Decisions: A Qualitative Analysis of Parents' Adjustment Following Their Critically Ill Child's Death
A retrospective, qualitative, preliminary study examined if parental involvement in a life-support withdrawal (LSW) decision impacts the perceptions and adjustment of parents whose child died in a… Expand