Publications – Big Data

2019

Bowden, N., Gibb, S., Thabrew, H., Audas, R., Camp, J., Taylor, B., & Hetrick, S. (2019). IDI trends in antidepressant dispensing to New Zealand children and young people between 2007/08 and 2015/16. The New Zealand Medical Journal, https://bit.ly/2PxhmUM.

Fleming, T., Merry, S., Stasiak, K., Hopkins, S., Patolo, T., Ruru, S., Latu, M., Shepherd, M., Christie, G., and Goodyear-Smith, F. (2019). The Importance of User Segmentation for Designing Digital Therapy for Adolescent Mental Health: Findings From Scoping Processes. JMIR Mental Health, https://mental.jmir.org/2019/5/e12656/.

Gibb, S., Milne, B., Shackleton, N., Taylor, B.J., & Audas, R. (2019). How universal are universal preschool health checks? An observational study using routine data from New Zealand’s B4 School Check. BMJ Open, https://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/9/4/e025535.

Milne, B.J., Atkinson, J., Blakely, T., Day, H., Douwes, J., Gibb, S., Nicolson, M., Shackleton, N., Sporle, A., & Teng, A. (2019). Data Resource Profile: The New Zealand Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI). International Journal of Epidemiology, https://doi.org/10.1093/ije/dyz014.

Shackleton, N., Derraik, J.G.B., Audas, R., Taylor, R.W., Glover, M., Morton, S.M.B., Tautolo, E., Kokaua, J., Taylor, B., Cutfield, W.S., & Milne, B.J. (2019). Decomposing ethnic differences in body mass index and obesity rates among New Zealand pre-schoolers. International Journal of Obesityhttps://www.nature.com/articles/s41366-019-0390-4.

2018

Schluter, P., Kokaua, J,. Tautolo, E., Richards, R., Taleni, T., Kim, H., Audas, R., McNeill, B., Taylor, B., & Gillon, G. (2018). Patterns of early primary school-based literacy interventions among Pacific children from a nationwide health screening programme of 4 year olds. Nature, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-29939-w.

2017

Shackleton, N., Milne, J., Audas, R., Derraik, J.G.B., Zhu, T., Taylor, R.W., Morton, S.M.B., Glover, M., Cutfield, W.S., & Taylor, B. (2017). Improving rates of overweight, obesity and extreme obesity in New Zealand 4-year old children in 2010-2016. Pediatric Obesity, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29271074.

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