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  1. Module 1 6 items
    1. Making Health Policy - Kent Buse, , Nicholas Mays, , and Gill Walt 2012

      Book Required

    2. People-centred health care : a policy framework - World Health Organization. Regional Office for the Western Pacific

      Document Required

  2. Module 2 4 items
    1. Contemporary health studies: an introduction - Louise Warwick-Booth, Ruth Cross, Diane Lowcock 2012

      Book Required Please read Chapter 11

    2. Understanding evidence-based public health policy. - Brownson, R. C., Chriqui, J. F., & Stamatakis, K. A.

      Webpage Required

    3. Adding Value to Policy Analysis - Claudia Scott , and Karen Baehler 2009

      Book Required Please read chapter three.

  3. Module 3 8 items
    1. Adding Value to Policy Analysis - Claudia Scott , and Karen Baehler 2009

      Book Required Please read chapter four.

    2. Health equity in the New Zealand health care system: a national survey - Sheridan, Kenealy, Connolly, Mahony, Barber, Boyd, 2011

      Article Required

    3. Efficiency, Equity and Equality in Health and Health Care - Centre for Health Economics, University of York

      Document Required

    4. Health, illness and wellbeing: perspectives and social determinants - Pranee Liamputtong, Rebecca Fanany, Glenda Verrinder 2012

      Book Required Please read chapter 18, pages 302-325.

    5. Pro-equity climate change and environmental sustainability action by district health boards in Aotearoa/New Zealand - Bennett, Hayley & King, Paula Online); Christchurch Vol. 131, Iss. 1481,  (Aug 31, 2018

      Article Required

  4. Module 4 18 items
    1. The New Zealand health system after 75 years: let's stop and smell the roses - Ashton, Toni Online); Christchurch Vol. 126, Iss. 1380,  (Aug 16, 2013

      Article Required

    2. Provider engagement and choice in the Lead Maternity Carer System: Evidence from - Karen Bartholomew, Susan M.B. Morton, Polly E. Atatoa Carr, Dinusha K. Bandara 08/2015

      Article Required

    3. Birth Models That Work - Robbie E. Davis-Floyd, , Lesley Barclay, , Jan Tritten, , Betty-Anne Daviss, , Robbie E. Davis-Floyd, , and Betty-Anne Daviss 2009

      Chapter Required Please read pages 55 - 87.

    4. Healthcare Management - Chapter 12, Mental Health - Kieran Walshe and Judith Smith 2011

      Book Required Please read chapter 12.

    5. Healthcare Management - Chapter 9, Primary Healthcare - Kieran Walshe and Judith Smith 2011

      Book Required Please read chapter 9.

    6. Taking Stock: Primary Care Innovation. A report for the New Zealand Productivity Commission. - Middleton, Lesley, Dunn, Phoebe, O' Loughlin, Claire, Cumming, Jacqueline

      Document Required

    7. Healthcare Management - Chapter 10, Chronic Disease - Kieran Walshe and Judith Smith 2011

      Book Required Please read chapter 10.

    8. Improving the quality of health care for chronic conditions. - Epping-Jordan et al. 2004

      Article Required Please read pages 299 - 305.

    9. Targets and actions for non-communicable disease prevention and control in New Zealand - Bullen, ChrisBeaglehole, RobertDaube, A ODevlin, GerryHughes, Sally Online); Christchurch Vol. 128, Iss. 1427,  (Dec 18, 2015

      Article Required

  5. Module 5 4 items
    1. Changing how we think about healthcare improvement - Braithwaite, Jeffrey April 19, 2005

      Article Required

    2. Coproduction of healthcare service - Batalden, M., et al. 2016

      Article Required

    3. Co-designing an mHealth tool in the New Zealand Māori community with a “Kaupapa Māori” approach - Lisa Te Morenga, Crystal Pekepo, Callie Corrigan, Leonie Matoe 2018

      Article Required Please read pages 90 - 99.