Journal article archive

2012

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Milne B (2012). New Zealand Socioeconomic Index 2006 (NZSEI-06): An introduction for social science researchers. New Zealand Journal of Sociology 27(2).

2011

  • Cotterell G and 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

2010

  • 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.

2009

  • Cotterell G, von Randow M, McTaggart S (2009). An Examination of Changes in Wellbeing for Different Pacific Households in recent decade. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand 35: 93:111.

2008

  • 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.

2007

  • 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.

2006

  • 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.

2005

  • 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.

2004

  • 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.

2003

  • 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.

2002

  • 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.

2001

  • 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.