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Selected Reports Published by CITR

Summary Report (4): Hospital Responsiveness to Family Violence-12 Month Follow Up Evaluation

Summary Report (1): Hospital Responsiveness to Family Violence-Baseline Audit Findings

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Selected trauma and health professional education publications by CITR members include:

  • Couling, M. (Natural Hazards, 2014, vol. 71, issue 1, pages 973-986)
    Tsunami risk perception and preparedness on the east coast of New Zealand during the 2009 Samoan Tsunami warning
    Abstract: Several coastal communities on the North Island of New Zealand were evacuated during the 2009 Samoan Tsunami warning. This study aimed to explore the risk perception and preparedness levels of a small cohort of people living in an at-risk area. Copyright Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2014
  • Hall, A. (October 1-3, 2009). Understanding the effects of domestic violence trauma on Maori women and their parenting behaviours within the context of Aotearoa New Zealand. Unpublished paper presented at The School of Nursing and Health Studies, 16th International Nursing Conference of the Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International (NNVAWI), University of Miami. Miami Florida.
  • Hall, A. (October 8-10, 2009). The Impingements of Violence on Early Attachments: A Kaupapa Maori View. Poster presented at the New Orleans Family Violence Prevention Fund Fifth National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Hall, A. (June 6-9, 2010).The Impingements of Violence on Early Attachments: A Kaupapa Maori View. Unpublished paper presented at Nga Pae O Te Maramatanga 4th International Indigenous Traditional Knowledge Conference, Tamaki Makaurau, Auckland Aotearoa, New Zealand.
  • Hall, A. (October 16-17, 2010). Intimate Partner violence and attachments between Māori women and their children: A  Kaupapa Māori approach. Unpublished paper presented at Waka Oranga Inaugural Hui-a-Tau, Whaiora Marae Tamaki Makaurau.
  • Hall, A. (February 10-12, 2011). When refuge becomes home. Unpublished paper presented at the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapist (NZAP) 'Home is where we start from' Conference, Dunedin, Aotearoa New Zealand.
  • Hall,  A., Kohu-Morgan, H. (2011). Valuing 'Tuakana' (elder) 'Teina' (younger) roles in Indigenous Research. The 9th World Indigenous Peoples' Conference on Education August 14-18, 2011 Cusco Peru. Living our Indigenous Roots: Theme C: Indigenous Wisdom for Common Welfare. http://wipce2011.net/us/inicio.htm
  • Hall. A. (August 24-28, 2011) Cultural Engagement in Therapeutic Practice. Unpublished paper presented at The 6th World Congress for Psychotherapy, World Dreaming Conference, Sydney Australia.
  • Hall, A., Poutu, M. & Wilson, C. (2012), Waka Oranga: The Development of an Indigenous Professional Organisation within a Psychotherapeutic Discourse in Aotearoa New Zealand. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 10: 7–16. DOI: 10.1002/ppi.1255
  • Hall, A. (April 24-26, 2012). The development of Indigenous trauma research methodologies. Unpublished paper presented at the Trans-Tasman Inaugural Gathering of Indigenous Psychologist, Psychotherapist and Healers, Nga Moemoea: Continuing the Dreaming Whaiora Marae, Tamaki Makaurau, Aotearoa New Zealand.
  • Tudor, K., & Hall, A. (2012). Editorial. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand, 16 (1), 11-18.  DOI: 10.9791/ajpanz.2012.03.
  • Hall, A. (2012). Kainga: Healing home with Indigenous knowledge. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand, 16 (1), 19-32. DOI: 10.9791/ajpanz.2012.04.
  • Tudor, K., & Hall, A. (2012). Editorial. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand, 16 (2), 141-148.  DOI: 10.9791/ajpanz.2012.03.
  • Hall, A. (2013). Indigenising violence trauma research approaches in Aotearoa. Hui Whakapiripiri Report 2012, Translating Knowledge into Maori Health Gains. Health Research Council of New Zealand: Auckland. http://hui.hrc.govt.nz/programme/

National Committees:

  • 2008-2013: Elected Council Member of New Zealand Association of Psychotherapist (NZAP) Te Rōpū Whakaora Hinengaro.
  • 2009-2012: Te Runaanga o Waka Oranga: National Collective of Maori Psychotherapist. Founding member and elected Runaanga member.
  • 2012-2013: Counties Manukau Family Violence Death Review Committee. Health Quality and Safety Commission New Zealand.

International Committees:

  • 2011: 17th International Nursing Conference of the Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International (NNVAWI) Stopping Violence: Innovations & Partnerships for Sustainable Change . 16th - 18th February 2011 Heritage Hotel, Auckland New Zealand.
  • Curreen, H. (2003). Training in the Violence Sector In K.  McMaster & A. Wells (Eds) Innovative Approaches to Stopping Family  Violence (pp.208-220) Wellington: Steel Roberts
  • Giddings, L. S. (1997). In/Visibility in nursing: Stories from the margins. Ann Arbor, Michigan: UMI Dissertation Services; Bell & Howell Company.
  • Giddings, L. S., & Wood, P. J. (1998). Revealing sexuality: Have nurses' attitudes and knowledge changed? Nursing Praxis in New
    Zealand
    , 13(2), 11-25.
  • Giddings, L. S., Curreen, H., & Wilson, J. D. (2000). Inter-disciplinary Trauma Research Centre: Report on the preliminary feasibility study. (Publicly circulated). Auckland: Auckland University of Technology, Faculty of Health Studies.
  • Giddings, L. S., & Smith, M. (2001). Stories of Lesbian In/Visibility in Nursing. Nursing Outlook, 49(1), 14-19
  • Costa-Scorse, B., Hume,P., & Lamont, M. M. (2007). A  critical review of ski binding standards and related research: Part A –  Critque of international ski binding standards and research related to  standards. A Technical Report for ACC. Institute of Sport and  Recreation Research New Zealand, Auckland University of Technology. Auckland: ISRRNZ, AUT University.
  • Costa-Scorse, B., Hume,P., & Lamont, M. M. (2007). A  critical review of ski binding standards and related research: Part B –  Survey of current ski binding practices in NZ ski rental and retail  facilities. A Technical Report for ACC. Institute of Sport and  Recreation Research New Zealand, Auckland University of Technology. Auckland: ISRRNZ, AUT University.
  • Costa-Scorse, B., Hume,P., & Lamont, M. M. (2007). A  critical review of ski binding standards and related research: Part C –  Literature review and critique of ski binding and knee injury data. A  Technical Report for ACC. Institute of Sport and Recreation Research  New Zealand, Auckland University of Technology. Auckland: ISRRNZ, AUT University.
  • Costa-Scorse, B., & Hume, P. (2007). Outdoor first aid  rebuild project: Combined analysis of instructor surveys and  participants surveys. A Technical Report for Mountain Safety Council.  Institute of Sport and Recreation Research New Zealand, Auckland  University of Technology. Auckland: ISRRNZ, AUT University.
  • Costa-Scorse, B., Hume, P., & Holmes, K. (November, 2007). Does  the adjustment of ski bindings in New Zealand Alpine skiers meet best  international practice guidelines to ensure release & prevent  injury to the knee. Paper presented at the Sports Medicine and Sport Science and Exercise Science New Zealand Conference, Hamilton.
  • Costa-Scorse, B. (2007). Does the adjustment of ski  bindings in New Zealander alpine skiers meet best international  practice guidelines to ensure release and prevent injury to the knee? Unpublished Oral Presentation. NZ Snow Safety Group, Christchurch.
  • Costa-Scorse, B. (2007). Inquiry into the provision of ambulance services. Report commissioned by Parliament Health Select Committee.  Faculty of Health & Environmental Sciences: AUT University.
  • Costa-Scorse, B. (2007). Inquiry into the provision of ambulance services. Unpublished Oral Presentation. Parliament Health Select Committee, Wellington.
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