Publications

Publications, including in peer-reviewed medical journals, written by the Council itself or its members with others, hosted here with permission.


Interview in New Zealand Anaesthesia

Interview with Dr Rhys Jones and anaesthetist Dr Matthew Jenks. New Zealand Anaesthesia: The Magazine of the NZ Society of Anaesthetists, August 2018. Read here.

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What's climate change got to do with nursing?

Opinion piece by Rebecca Sinclair in Nursing Review, Issue 3. Read here (PDF).

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Sustainability in healthcare

Article by Rebecca Sinclair in Te Puawai: The Professional Update for Registered Nurses, May 2018. Read here (PDF).

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Climate change, human health and the CPTPP

Editorial on the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for TransPacific Partnership by Oliver Hailes, Rhys Jones, David Menkes, Joshua Freeman, Erik Monastery. The New Zealand Medical Journal 9th March 2018, Volume 131 Number 1471. Read here

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District health board successes in environmental sustainability

DHB Successes in Environmental Sustainability. A Report to Community and Public Health Canterbury District Health Board, by Dr Gay Keating.

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Fast, fair climate action crucial for health and equity

Editorial in the NZ Medical Journal by Dr Scott Metcalfe on behalf of OraTaiao and the NZ College of Public Health Medicine.  Read here.

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Climate change, health and general practice in New Zealand

Article in GP Pulse, October 2015, by Dr Alex Macmillan and Dr Rebecca Randerson. Read here.

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Will developed countries recognize their right-to-health obligations in Paris?

Dr Alison Blaiklock's contribution to the Health and Human Rights Journal COP21 series. Read here.

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Tackling climate change is great for global health

Dr Gay Keating's contribution to the Health and Human Rights Journal COP21 series.  Read here.

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Letter in Royal Australasian College of Surgeons publication 'Cutting Edge'

Letter by NZ surgeons John McCall, Russell Tregonning and Mark Smith. Cutting Edge, Issue 56, September 2015. Read full letter here.

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