A list of publications relating to Asian, Middle Eastern, Latin American and African populations. Publication topics include: health needs, cultural competency approaches, demographics, evaluation, survey and more.
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NB: The list is in alphabetical order. The filter below allows you to search publications by keyword eg Asian, Middle Eastern, older people, children etc.
- The following list is in alphabetical order.
- You can search publications by keyword eg Asian, African, Middle Eastern, older people, child, youth, nutrition, diabetes, cultural competency, refugee, migrant, health needs, mental health, disability, Muslim, Indian, Chinese etc.
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Ruth DeSouza & Nick Garrett
Affective reactions differ between Chinese and American healthy young adults: a cross-cultural study using the international affective picture system 
Jinwen Huang, Dongrong Xu, Bradley S Peterson, Jianbo Hu, Linfeng Cao, Ning Wei, Yingran Zhang, Weijuan Xu, Yi Xu & Shaohua Hu
Ageing Well in a New Country: Preliminary Findings of a Survey of Older Chinese in New Zealand 
Elsie Ho, Joanna Lewin & Muriaroha Muntz
Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Aotearoa (PADA)
For: providers who support new parents including midwives, counsellors, Plunket nurses, GPs and social workers.
C Y Tse, Alice Chong & S Y Fok
Breast cancer and breast screening: perceptions of Chinese migrant women living in New Zealand 
Wei Zhang, Sally B Rose, Alison Foster, Sue Pullon, Beverley Lawton
Li L, Dou L, Leung PC, Chung TKH & Wang CC
Wei-Chin Hwang, Jeffrey J. Wood, Keh-Ming Lin & Freda Cheung
Max W. Abbott, Sai Wong, Lynne C. Giles, Sue Wong, Wilson Young & Ming Au
Effects of a mindfulness-based psychoeducation programme for Chinese patients with schizophrenia: 2-year follow-up 
Wai Tong Chien & David R. Thompson