Professor Dave Parry

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Head of Computer Sciences

Email: dave.parry@aut.ac.nz

ORCID: ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2812-047X

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Academic appointments:

  • Head of Department of Computer science, Auckland University of Technology (2015 - ongoing)
  • Executive Director of KEDRI, Auckland University of Technology (2019 - ongoing)
  • Director of AUT RFID laboratory, Auckland University of Technology (2015 - ongoing)
  • Programme Leader master of health informatics, Auckland University of Technology (2015 - 2020)
  • Faculty member, masters in emergency medicine, University of Eastern Piedmont Amadeo Avogadro (2017 - ongoing)

Qualifications:

  • PhD, AUT

Overview:

I am the head of department of Computer Science and executive director of KEDRI. My research is concerned with the broad areas of Health Informatics and usability, in particular the capture and use of information and knowledge from novel sources in order to understand healthcare processes and improve decision-making.The need to identify high-quality knowledge for decision making in health remains a core interest. . One aspect of this is the development of fuzzy ontology approaches . I have also continued to develop methods to understand behaviour with simple sensors , and have been working with students to develop increasingly sophisticated ways to analyse this data – for example echo state networks and multi-agent systems. Disaster ehealth (DeH) is an area of recent interest, especially in terms of the support that existing mobile devices could give to healthcare after a disaster and the concept of a DeH appliance . I have led successful applications for funding to enable international collaborations in this area, totalling over $180,000. I am part of an enduring international collaboration in this area and this Collaboration continues to be important and is leading to increasing interest and applications to international funding bodies (RC1) . Two key issues in disaster eHealth provide a strong link to my previous work - In the aftermath of a disaster Information must be transferred between systems without loss of meaning and any proposed DeH appliance must be usable by virtually anyone in very difficult circumstances.
I have had major responsibilities in terms of being a Head of Department including mentoring emerging researchers and have been supervising a large number of students as well as leading the masters in health Informatics Programme. As I encourage students to publish with me, the other research outputs list contains quite a diverse area of work, focused on health informatics. The development of the AURA (AUT RFID applications) laboratory has resulted in a number of commercial consultancies related to RFID development and use.
I have been very involved in the development of the Health Informatics community in new Zealand and Australiaand the growth of the Australasian college of health Informatics as the peak body in this area . Collaboration with clinicians e.g. work with my student on developing data sharing between mobile applications for diabetes management remains core

Research interests:

Health Informatics, Usability, Mobile devices, fuzzy logic, Ontologies, data science

Teaching summary:

Health informatics masters papers, RFID/autoidentification, Ubiquitous computing, Data science, HCI

Fields of research:

  • Neural, Evolutionary and Fuzzy Computation
  • Health Informatics

Professional activities:

Featured professional activities

    Appointment, affiliation, and membership

    • Visiting research professor, Visiting research Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (Japan) (2019 - ongoing)
    • Visiting researcher at the University of Talca in Chile, University of Talca in Chile (2019 - ongoing)
    • AUT Academy, AUT (2019 - ongoing)
    • Expert Supervisor, AUT (2019 - ongoing)
    • Executive Director KEDRI, AUT (2019 - ongoing)
    • Co-director AUT AI initiative, AUT (2018 - ongoing)
    • Faculty member European masters in disaster medicine, (2017 - ongoing)
    • Member of MBIE college of reviewers, MBIE (2017 - ongoing)
    • Board member Health Informatics New Zealand, Health Informatics new Zealand (2014 - ongoing)
    • Advisory Board Member of the RFID in HealthCare consortium., RFID in HealthCare consortium (2010 - ongoing)
    • Associate Director Health and Bioinformatics Institute, Knowledge Engineering and Discovery Institute (2010 - ongoing)
    • Membership Cttee ACHI, Austalasian College of Health Informatics (2010 - ongoing)
    • Board Member RFID Pathfinder, RFID Pathfinder (2010 - ongoing)
    • Director of AUT AURA RFID laboratory, (2009 - ongoing)
    • Editor of Health Care Informatics Review Online, Health Informatics New Zealand (2008 - ongoing)
    • HISO committee on authentication and security, Health Information Standards Organisation (2008 - 2009)

    Award, prize, fellowship, and scholarship

    • Faculty Leadership Award, AUT DCT aculty (2019)
    • Integrating survey and intervention research for youth health gains, Health Research Council (2018 - 2021)
    • Catalyst Seeding, Royal Society of New Zealand (2016 - 2017)
    • Vice-Chancellors award for Teaching Excellence, AUT (2014)
    • Faculty Research Excellence award, DCT faculty, AUT (2012)
    • DCT teaching excellence award, DCT faculty, AUT (2012)
    • Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Informatics 2010- one of the f, ACHI
    • $4000 Build IT grant to present paper at WCCI 2010,
    • $1200 Build IT grant to facilitate research network development in the area,
    • TEC summer studentship, RFID research $5000,
    • Level 3 member (top level) of UK college of health informatics professional, UKCHIP

    Editorship, reviewing, examining, and judging

    • Reviewer for Catalyst, (2018 - ongoing)
    • member of MBIE college of reviewers, MBIE (2015 - ongoing)
    • Reviewer for Parkinsons UK, Parkinsons UK (2014)
    • Reviewer for MIE 2015, IMIA (2014 - ongoing)
    • Chair ACSC 2015, ACSC 2015 (2014 - ongoing)
    • Conference co-Chair ACSC 2014, ACSC 2014 (2013 - 2014)
    • C- Chair Australasian Computer Science conference, Australasian Computer Science Conference (2013 - 2014)
    • PC member HIKM 2014, HIKM (2013 - 2014)
    • Scientific Chair Health Informatics New Zealand conference, HINZ (2013)
    • Reviewer for Grant Applications PCORI, (2012 - ongoing)
    • Reviewer for IEEE transactions on Systems Man and Cybernetics C, (2012 - ongoing)
    • Reviewer for JAMIA, (2012 - ongoing)
    • Reviewer for ITNG 2012, (2012 - ongoing)
    • Medical Informatics Europe Reviewer, European Federation for Medical Informatics (2011)
    • International Journal of Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing, (2011 - ongoing)
    • Reviewer for Grant Applications HRC, Health Research Council of New Zealand (2011 - 2019)
    • Reviewed for IJSE, (2011)
    • PC member ACM IHIT 2012, ACM SIGHIT (2011 - 2012)
    • Reviewer ACM Computers in entertainment, (2011 - ongoing)
    • Invited to become a Referee for Journal of Pathology Informatics 2010- 1 re, (2010 - ongoing)
    • Technical Reviewer for IEEE Fuzzy Conference 2010 onwards, FUZZ-IEEE (2010 - ongoing)
    • Invited to review for Journal of Network and Computer Applications (Elsivie, (2010 - ongoing)
    • Appointed as a reviewer for ACM computing reviews 2010- 9 reviews publishe, (2010 - ongoing)
    • Reviewer e-Commerce 2010,2011, (2010 - ongoing)
    • Reviewer for JAIST, (2010)
    • MEDINFO Reviewer, IMIA (2010 - 2012)
    • Scientific chair Health informatics New Zealand conference 2009- 2015, Health Informatics New Zealand (2009 - 2011)
    • International Symposium on Health information Management Research, (2009 - 2011)
    • International Journal of Semantic Web and Information Systems 1 review, (2008 - ongoing)
    • Reviewer for IEEE Communications Magazine, (2008 - ongoing)
    • Editorial Board Member of International Journal of Health Information Syste, (2008 - ongoing)
    • Research Proposal Reviewer: Vienna Science and Technology Fund 2006 (WWTF)., (2006 - ongoing)

    Facilitation, networking and collaboration

    • Leader HINZ education group, (2012 - ongoing)
    • Work shop organiser "enabling clinical networks" 2010, (2010 - ongoing)
    • INTEL WISP -advanced RFID development consortium, international collaborati, (2009 - ongoing)
    • M-health workshop organiser HINZ 2009, (2009 - ongoing)
    • Member of e-health consortium bid with Massey University expression of inte, (2009 - 2010)
    • Member of the Validating Anaesthesia Simulation-based Error Research Team, (2008 - 2011)
    • 1st New Zealand Workshop on Ontologies and the Semantic Web, Auckland, (2006)

    Contribution to academic environment

    • Masters in health informatics, AUT (2013 - ongoing)
    • Programme Committee member EBAG conference. 2008, Local organising co-chair, (2008 - ongoing)
    • PhD Examiner, (2008 - ongoing)
    • Masters Thesis examiner Auckland University, Auckland University (2008 - ongoing)
    • External examiner for Honours project Waikato University, Waikato (2007)
    • Paper from 2004 - D. Parry, "A fuzzy ontology for medical document retriev, (2004 - ongoing)
    • , ( - ongoing)

    Other professional recognition

    • There have been 123 Downloads of my 2004 paper "A fuzzy ontology for medic, (2010 - ongoing)
    • Grant was fundable but not funded, (2010 - ongoing)
    • Delphi/expert Group member-3 times, (2008 - ongoing)
    • My Phd Thesis has been downloaded over 4000 times since 2006. One of the to, AUT (2006 - ongoing)

    Outreach and engagement

    • Member of the ehealth alliance/Health navigator working party (2013)
      I am a member of the ehealth alliance working party looking into models of sustainable funding for the health navigator website
    • Technical Evaluator for Shared Maternity record (2011)
      Technical Evaluator for Shared Maternity record - this is part of the smart procurement process run by NIHI under the direction of the National Health IT Board
    • Executive member of Health Informatics New Zealand (2011)
      Executive member of Health Informatics New Zealand - responsible for convening working group on education and research response to National health IT Board
    • RFID Pathfinder Board Member (2010)
      Member of the RFID Pathfinder Board. RFID Pathfinder is the industry body that supports RFID education and development in New Zealand
    • Set up RFID interest and reference group in RNZFB (2009)
      Set up RFID interest and reference group in RNZFB
    • Expert witness in patent -proving case (2008)
      Expert witness in patent -proving case with respect to New Zealand health data management. Value of case over $10 Million

    Invitation to present research

    • ISCRAM asia pacific 2018 (2018)
    • (2011)
    • The 2011 Conference for General Practice (2011)
    • (2010)
    • (2009)
    • (2009)
    • (2008)

Research outputs:

Journal articles

  • Parry, D. (2019). From fax to blockchain: Sharing health information democratically and safely. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 264, 1747-1748. doi:10.3233/SHTI190628

  • Madanian, S., Parry, D., Airehrour, D., & Cherrington, M. (2019). mHealth and Big-Data Integration: Promises for healthcare System in India. BMJ Health & Care Informatics, 26(1). doi:10.1136/bmjhci-2019-100071

  • Parry, D., Madanian, S., & Norris, A. C. (2018). Design Considerations for a Disaster eHealth Appliance. Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth, 6. Retrieved from http://journals.ukzn.ac.za/index.php/JISfTeH/article/view/363

  • Norris, A. C., Gonzalez, J., Parry, D., Scott, R., Dugdale, J., & Khazanchi, D. (2018). The Role of e-Health in Disasters: A Strategy for Education, Training and Integration in Disaster Medicine. Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth, 6(1). doi:10.29086/JISfTeH.6.e2

  • Abbas, R., Norris, A. C., & Parry, D. (2018). Pinpointing What Is Wrong With Cross-Agency Collaboration In Disaster Healthcare. Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth, 6. doi:10.29086/JISfTeH.6.e3

  • Al-Sa’di, A., Parry, D., & Carter, P. (2018). User interface preferences of young Jordanians using tablet devices. International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning, 10(3), 202-217. doi:10.1504/IJTEL.2018.092703

  • Zolhavarieh;, S., Parry, D., & Bai, Q. (2017). Issues associated with the use of semantic web technology
    in knowledge acquisition for clinical decision support systems:
    Systematic review of the literature. JMIR Medical Informatics, 5(3). Retrieved from http://medinform.jmir.org/2017/3/e18/

  • Feather, J. S., Howson, M., Ritchie, L., Carter, P. D., Parry, D. T., & Koziol-McLain, J. (2016). Evaluation methods for assessing users' psychological experiences of web-based psychosocial interventions: A systematic review. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 18(6). doi:10.2196/jmir.5455

  • Madanian, S., Parry, D., & Norris, T. (2015). Healthcare in Disasters and the Role of RFID.. Stud Health Technol Inform, 216. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26262309

  • Huynh, S. M., Parry, D., Fong, A. C. M., & Tang, J. (2014). Novel RFID and ontology based home localization system for misplaced objects. IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics, 60(3). doi:10.1109/TCE.2014.6937324

  • Parry, D., Hunter, I., Honey, M., Holt, A., Day, K., Kirk, R., & Cullen, R. (2013). Building an educated health informatics workforce - The New Zealand experience.. Stud Health Technol Inform, 188. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23823293

  • Parry, D., & Sampath, P. (2013). Trajectory analysis using Automatic Identification
    Systems in New Zealand waters. International Journal of Computer and Information Technology, 2(1). Retrieved from http://ijcit.com/archives/volume2/issue1/Paper020119.pdf

  • Parry, D. (2013). Health Informatics. Unknown Journal, (34).

  • Parry, D., houliston, B., & ticehurst, R. (2012). Procedural Error Identification In Ward-Based Drug Dispensing Via RFID. Health care informatics review online, 16(1). Retrieved from http://www.hinz.org.nz/

  • Parry, D. T., & Tsai, T. -C. (2012). Crowdsourcing techniques to create a fuzzy subset of SNOMED CT for semantic tagging of medical documents. Soft Computing, 16(7).

  • Westbrook, J. I., Rob, M. I., Woods, A., & Parry, D. (2011). Errors in the administration of intravenous medications in hospital and the role of correct procedures and nurse experience. BMJ Quality and Safety, 20(12), 1027-1034. doi:10.1136/bmjqs-2011-000089

  • Houliston, B. R., Parry, D. T., & Merry, A. F. (2011). TADAA: Towards Automated Detection of Anaesthetic Activity.. Methods of Information in Medicine: journal of methodology in medical research, information and documentation, 50(5). doi:10.3414/ME11-02-0001

  • Parry, D. T., & Narayanan, A. (2010). RFID enabled smartcards as a context-aware personal health node. Health Care and Informatics Review Online, 14(3), 10-16.

  • Houliston, B., Parry, D. T., Webster, C. S., & Merry, A. F. (2009). Interference with the operation of medical devices resulting from the use of radio frequency identification technology. New Zealand Medical Journal, 122(1297).

  • Symonds, J., & Parry, D. (2008). Using RFID to track and trace high value products: the case of city healthcare. Journal of Cases on Information Technology, 10(1).

  • Parry, D. T., Parry, E. C., Chebi, A., Dorji, P., & Stone, P. (2008). Open source software – a key component of E-health in Developing nations. International Journal of Health Information Systems and Informatics, 3(3).

  • Parry, D. (2007). Guest editorial. Healthcare Review Online, 11(4).

  • Symonds, J., Parry, D., & Briggs, J. (2007). An RFID-based system for assisted living: Challenges and solutions. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 127, 127-138.

  • Parry, D. T., Symonds, J., & Briggs, J. (2007). RFID solutions to support home telecare information flows.. Health Care and Informatics Review Online. Retrieved from http://www.hinz.org.nz/journal

  • Parry, D. T. (2006). Evaluation of a fuzzy ontology based medical information system. International Journal of Health Information Systems and Informatics, 1.

  • Basrur, P., & Parry, D. T. (2006). Where are my glasses? An object location system within the home. Bulletin of Applied Computing and Information Technology, 4(2).

  • Parry, D. T., Parry, E. C., & Pattison, N. S. (2004). An online tool for investigating clinical decision making. Informatics for Health and Social Care, 29(1), 75-85. doi:10.1080/14639230410001662660

  • Parry, D., Parry, E. C., & Pattison, N. (2004). An online tool for investigating clinical decision making. Medical Informatics and the Internet in Medicine, 29(1).

  • Parry, D. (2002). The computing profession responds to global concerns. COMPUTER, 35(2), 7. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

  • Parry, D., Holt, A., & Gillies, J. (2001). Using the internet to teach health informatics: A case study [Electronic]. JMIR: Journal of Medical Internet Research, 3(3).

  • Parry Dave. (2001). Monitoring clinical trials: Several points are contentious [Letter to the editor]. British medical journal, 323(1424). Retrieved from from:%0D%0Ahttp://www.bmj.com/cgi/content/full/323/7326/1424

  • Parry, D. T., Yeap, W. K., & Pattison, N. (1998). Using Rough Sets to study expert behaviour in induction of labour. Australian Journal of Intelligent Information Processing Systems, 5(3).

  • Parry, D. T. (1998). Finding medical information on the Internet: Who should do it and what should they know. SIM quarterly, (4). Retrieved from http://www.eee.bham.ac.uk/sim/simq/issue4/views.html#Topic1

  • Yeung, M., O'Connor, S. A., Parry, D. T., & Cochrane, G. M. (1994). Compliance with prescribed drug therapy in asthma. Respiratory Medicine, 88(1).

  • Bosley, C. M., Parry, D. T., & Cochrane, G. M. (1994). Patient compliance with inhaled medication: does combining beta-agonists with corticosteroids improve compliance?. Eur Respir J, 7(3). Retrieved from http://erj.ersjournals.com/cgi/content/abstract/7/3/504

Book chapters

  • Parry, D. (2013). Health Informatics. In N. Kasabov (Ed.), Springer Handbook of Bio-/Neuroinformatics.

  • Philpott, A., Parry, D., & Montefiore, A. (2012). WISP-Based Devices as Part of a Home Telecare Node. In P. P. Lopez, J. C. Hernandez-Castro, & T. Li (Eds.), Security and Trends in Wireless Identification and Sensing Platform Tags. Information Science Reference. Retrieved from https://www.igi-global.com/gateway/chapter/full-text-pdf/68745

  • Parry, D., & Symonds, J. (2009). RFID and Assisted Living for the Elderly. In J. Symonds, J. Ayoade, & D. Parry (Eds.), Auto-Identification and Ubiquitous Computing Applications (pp. 119-136). IGI Global publications.

  • Parry, D. T., & Symonds, J. (2009). RFID and assisted living for the elderly. In D. T. Parry, J. Symonds, & J. Ayoude (Eds.), Auto-Identification and Ubiquitous Computing Applications: RFID and Smart Technologies for Information Convergence (pp. 119-136). Hershey, Penn: IGI Global.

  • Parry, D. (2008). Evaluation of a fuzzy ontology-based medical information system. In Medical Informatics: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (Vol. 2-4, pp. 1049-1059). doi:10.4018/978-1-60566-050-9.ch080

  • Petrova, K., & Parry, D. (2008). Mobile computing applications in New Zealand. In Y. Yoo, J. -N. Lee, & C. Rowley (Eds.), Trends in mobile technology and business in the Asia-Pacific region (pp. 153-177). Oxford, UK: Chandos Publishing.

  • Parry, D. (2008). Healthcare Information Systems and the Semantic Web. In N. Wickramsinghe, & E. Geisler (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Healthcare Information Systems (pp. 656-661). Hershey: Information Science Reference.

  • Parry, D. (2008). Evaluation of a tool to enhance searching for useful medical information on the internet. In J. Tan (Ed.), Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics: Research and Practices (pp. 330-343). Hershey: Information Science Publishing.

  • Parry, D. (2008). Computerised Decision Support for Women's Health Informatics in Medical Informatics in Obstetrics and Gynecology. In D. T. Parry, & E. C. Parry (Eds.), Medical Informatics in Obstetrics and Gynecology (pp. 302-314). Hershey: Medical Information Science Reference.

  • Parry, D. (2008). Coding and Messaging Systems for Women's Health Informatics in Medical Informatics in Obstetrics and Gynecology. In D. T. Parry, & E. C. Parry (Eds.), Medical Informatics in Obstetrics and Gynecology (pp. 38-52). Hershey: Medical Information Science Reference.

  • Parry, D. T. (2006). Fuzzy ontologies for information retrieval on the WWW. In Fuzzy Logic and the Semantic Web (Capturing Intelligence) (pp. 21-48). Elsevier. Retrieved from http://www.amazon.com/

Conference contributions

  • Madanian, S., & Parry, D. (2019). IoT, Cloud Computing and Big Data: Integrated Framework for Healthcare in Disasters. In L. Ohno-Machado, & B. Séroussi (Eds.), MEDINFO 2019: Health and Wellbeing e-Networks for All Vol. 264 (pp. 998-1002). Lyon. doi:10.3233/SHTI190374

  • Madanian, S., Diao, L., Liu, W., Parry, D., Chiaraviglio, L., & Cao, Y. (2018). Unmanned Aerial Vehicle - Assisted Mobile Edge Network for Disaster eHealth Communications and Resource Allocation Services. In ISCRAM Asia Pacific 2018. Wellington. Retrieved from http://www.confer.co.nz/iscramasiapacific2018/

  • Madanian, S., & Parry, D. (2018). The Power of Technology Integration for Disaster Management. In ISCRAM Asia Pacific 2018. Wellington: ISCRAM Asia Pacific. Retrieved from http://www.confer.co.nz/iscramasiapacific2018/programme/

  • Norris, A., Gonzalez, J., Martinez, S., & Parry, D. (2018). Disaster E-Health Framework for Community Resilience. In Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2018 (pp. 35-44). . Retrieved from https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/bitstream/10125/49894/1/paper0007.pdf

  • Abbas, R., Norris, A., & Parry, D. (2018). Disaster Healthcare: An Attempt to Model Cross-Agency Communication In Disasters. In Proceedings of the Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management Asia Pacific 2018 Conference Innovating for Resilience (pp. 504-514). Wellington. Retrieved from http://www.confer.co.nz/iscramasiapacific2018/programme/

  • Xia, P., Ruan, J., & Parry, D. (2018). Virtual Reality for Emergency Healthcare Training. In Proceedings of the ISCRAM ASIA PACIFIC Conference – Wellington, New Zealand 2018. Wellington. Retrieved from http://www.confer.co.nz/

  • Pais, S., Parry, D., & Rowan, J. (2017). A framework of evaluation of mobile wellness apps for use in a clinical setting. In TENSYMP 2017 - IEEE International Symposium on Technologies for Smart Cities. . doi:10.1109/TENCONSpring.2017.8069978

  • Parry, D., Norris, A., Pilemalm, S., Jonson, C. -O., Prytz, E., Dugdale, J., . . . Scott, R. (2017). Putting the “eHealth” into Disaster eHealth. In The 16th World Congress on Health Informatics (MEDINFO 2017). Hangzhou China. Retrieved from https://medinfo2017.medmeeting.org/Content/32502

  • Abbas, R., Parry, D., & Norris, A. (2017). Pinpointing what is wrong with cross-agency collaboration in disaster healthcare. In 14th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM 2017), Albi.. College of Mines. Retrieved from https://iscram2017.mines-albi.fr/deh/#p3

  • Gonzalez, J. J., Martinez, S., Aboughonim, A., Norris, T., & Parry, D. (2017). Disaster e-health framework for community resilence. In 14th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM 2017). Albi.

  • Parry, D., Norris, A., Gonzalez, J., Scott, R., Dugdale, J., & Khazanchi, D. (2017). The role of e-health in disasters: A road map for education, training and integration in disaster medicine. In 14th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM 2017). Albi.

  • Norris, A., Eager, R., KENITAHANA, R., KOLI, N., & Parry, D. (2017). The Internet of Things and Big Data: Benefits and the Risks to Confidentiality and Privacy in the Era of Connected Health Devices. In 2017 HiNZ Conference Proceedings (pp. 1-7). Auckland: Health Informatics New Zealand. Retrieved from http://c.ymcdn.com/

  • Parry, D., & Zolhavarieh, S. J. (2017). A knowledge quality assessment model for clinical decision support systems. In MEDINFO 2017: Precision Healthcare through Informatics (pp. 983-986). Hangzhou: IOS Press. doi:10.3233/978-1-61499-830-3-983

  • Pais, S., Parry, D., Petrova, K., & Rowan, J. (2017). Acceptance of using an ecosystem of mobile apps for use in diabetes clinic for self-management of gestational diabetes mellitus. In MEDINFO 2017: Precision Healthcare through Informatics: Proceedings of the 16th World Congress on Medical and Health Informatics (pp. 188-192). Hangzhou: IOS Press. doi:10.3233/978-1-61499-830-3-188

  • Pais, S., Parry, D., & Huang, Y. (2017). Suitability of Fast Healthcare interoperability Resources (FHIR) for wellness data. In Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. 2017 (pp. 3499-3405). Waikoloa, Hawaii: Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10125/41581

  • Norris, A., Singh, D., Palu, A., & Parry, D. (2016). The digital disruption of healthcare. In Health Informatics New Zealand (HINZ) Annual Conference. Auckland.

  • Dave Parry., Reem Abbas., Tony Norris., & Samaneh Madanian. (2016). Disaster e-health and interagency communication in disaster healthcare: A suggested road map. In 2016 HINZ Conference Proceedings (pp. 16). New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.hinz.org.nz/page/2016HINZConf

  • Yang, M. L., Narayanan, A., Parry, D., & Wang, X. (2016). A lightweight authentication scheme for transport system farecards. In 2016 IEEE International Conference on RFID Technology and Applications (RFID-TA) (pp. 150-155). Marriott Hotel: IEEE. doi:10.1109/RFID-TA.2016.7750746

  • Parry, D., Madanian, S., & Norris, T. (2016). Disaster ehealth-sustainability in the extreme. In 2016 IEEE 14th Intl Conf on Dependable, Autonomic and Secure Computing, 14th Intl Conf on Pervasive Intelligence and Computing, 2nd Intl Conf on Big Data Intelligence and Computing and Cyber Science and Technology Congress (pp. 943-946). Auckland: IEEE. doi:10.1109/DASC-PICom-DataCom-CyberSciTec.2016.162

  • Petrova, K., MacDonell, S. G., & Parry, D. (2016). Mobile data service adoption and use from a service supply perspective: An Empirical Investigation. In Proceedings of the 13th International Joint Conference on e-Business and Telecommunications Vol. Volume 2: ICE-B (pp. 86-97). Lisbon: SCITEPRESS – Science and Technology Publications, Lda. doi:10.5220/0005966100860097

  • Pais, S., Parry, D., Rush, E., & Rowan, J. (2016). Data integration for mobile wellness apps to support treatment of GDM. In Proceedings of the Australasian Computer Science Week Multiconference (ACSW '16). Canberra: ACM. doi:10.1145/2843043.2843382

  • Cusack, B., & Parry, D. (2015). Customising Doctor -Nurse communications. In Proceedings of the 3rd Australian eHealth Informatics and Security Conference. Edith Cowan university.

  • Parry, D., & Zolhavarieh, S. (2015). A model of knowledge quality assessment in clinical decision support system. In HINZ 2015, 14th Annual New Zealand's Health Informatics Conference. Christchurch.

  • Parry, D., & Wang, P. (2015). Are smartphones or
    tablets more usable by
    older people?. In Health Informatics New Zealand. .

  • Parry, D., & Careem, M. R. (2015). Integration of ontology based multi-agent with RFID technology: A proposal
    for identification of adverse events during anaesthesia. In Health Informatics Conference (HIC) 2015. Australia: HISA.

  • Madanian, S., Parry, D. T., & Norris, A. (2015). Healthcare in disasters and the role of RFID. In Studies in Health Technology and Informatics MEDINFO 2015: eHealth-enabled Health, Vol. 216 (pp. 1008). Sao Paulo: IOS Press. doi:10.3233/978-1-61499-564-7-1008

  • Hunt, D. P., & Parry, D. (2015). Using Echo State Networks to classify unscripted, real-world punctual activity. In Engineering Applications of Neural Networks: 16th International Conference, EANN 2015, Rhodes, Greece, September 25–28, 2015 Proceedings (pp. 369-378). Rhodes: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-23983-5_34

  • Norris, A., Labaka, L., Parry, D., Martinez,, S., Madanian, S., & Gonzalez, J. J. (2015). Disaster e-Health: A new paradigm for collaborative healthcare in disasters. In Proceedings The 12th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management. Kristiansand. Retrieved from http://iscram2015.uia.no/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/12-2.pdf

  • Parry, D., Carter, P., Koziol-McLain, J., & Feather, J. (2015). A model for usability evaluation for the development and implementation of consumer eHealth interventions. In Proceedings of the 15th World Congress on Health and Biomedical Informatics: Studies in Health Technology and Informatics Vol. 216 (pp. 968). São Paulo: IOS Press. doi:10.3233/978-1-61499-564-7-968

  • Feather, J., Carter, D., Koziol-McLain, J., & Parry, D. (2014). Situated co-inquiry: A method of usability testing to closely appreciate user experiences of an artifact in terms of the health needs and opportunities. In Medicine 2.0 2014. Hawaii. Retrieved from http://www.medicine20congress.com/

  • Parry, D., carter, P. D., & Warren, J. (2014). Usability in Healthcare. In Health Informatics New Zealand. New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.hinz.org.nz/

  • Parry, D., Bacic, B., & Iwamoto, S. (2014). Open Source Software and Interdisciplinary Data Management: Post-surgery Rehabilitation Case Study. In Health Informatics new Zealand. Sky city.

  • Parry, D., Fong, A. C. M., Huynh, S., & Tang, J. (2014). Home Localization System for Misplaced Objects. In IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics. Las Vegas USA.

  • Parry, D., Houliston, B., & Foy, J. (2014). RFID tracking to study clinical activity in the operating room. In IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics 2014 (ICHI 2014). Verona: IEEE.

  • Al-Sadi, A., Parry, D., & Carter, P. (2014). Usability considerations for educational tablet applications using an Arabic interface. In 2014 5th International Conference on Information and Communication Systems (ICICS) (pp. 6 pages). Amman.

  • Hunt, D., Parry, D., & Schliebs, S. (2014). Exploring the applicability of Reservoir methods for Classifying Punctual Sports Activities Using On-body Sensors. In Proceedings of the Thirty-Seventh Australasian Computer Science Conference (ACSC 2014) Vol. Volume 147 (pp. 67-73). Auckland New Zealand: Australian Computer Society Inc.

  • Parry, D., Gill, A., & Cusack, B. (2013). Smartpage, a Novel Smartphone and Web-based Clinical
    Messaging System: A Pilot Trial at Waitemata DHB. In Health Informatics New Zealand. .

  • Parry, D., Zimin, V., Fernandes, J., Wang, A., Ticehurst, R., & Ogunyebi, J. (2013). A Lightweight Approach to Barcode Medication Administration. In Health Informatics New Zealand. .

  • Parry, D., Mickell, A., li, D., & Zhang, X. (2013). Community Pharmacy Owners and the NZHIT Plan. In Health Informatics New Zealand. New Zealand.

  • Schliebs, S., Kasabov, N., Parry, D., & Hunt, D. (2013). Towards a wearable coach: Classifying sports activities with reservoir computing. In EANN 2013: Engineering Applications of Neural Networks - Communications in Computer and Information Science Vol. 383 (pp. 233-242). Halkidiki: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-41013-0_24

  • Son Minh Huynh., Aljuhara Alshubaily., Farsheed Manzoor Mir., Oleg Smirnov., Meetu Thomas., Ogunyebi, J. O., . . . Fong, A. C. M. (2013). Pharmacy Drug Administration System. In 39th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society - IECON2013 (pp. 8437-8442). Vienna: IEEE. doi:10.1109/IECON.2013.6700548

  • Parry, D., Hunter, I., Honey, M., Holt, A., Day, K., Kirk, R., & Cullen, R. (2013). Health informatics community priming in a small nation: The New Zealand experience. In Studies in Health Technology and Informatics Vol. 192 (pp. 950). Copenhagen. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23920724

  • Parry, D., & Houliston, B. (2013). Ultrawideband RFID for activity analysis in clinical environments. In Workshop on Smart Sensors Instrumentation and Measurement. Auckland: IEEE.

  • David Kaufmann, David Parry, Victoria Carlsen, Philip Carter, Emma Parry, Lucy Westbrook. (2013). Opportunistically discovering usability requirements for a clinical handover system. In Studies in Health Technology and Informatics,Volume 192: MEDINFO 2013 (pp. 157-161). Denmark. doi:10.3233/978-1-61499-289-9-157

  • Parry, D., & MacRae, J. (2013). Fuzzy ontologies for cardiovascular risk prediction – a research approach. In 2013 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ) (pp. 1-4). Hyderabad: IEEE. doi:10.1109/FUZZ-IEEE.2013.6622564

  • Parry, D., Orr, M., & Yeung, W. (2012). Ontology-based approaches to Access Management in the health sector. In Health Informatics New Zealand. .

  • Parry, D., Houliston, B., & Ticehurst, R. (2011). Procedural Error Identification in Ward-based
    Drug Dispensing via RFID. In Health Informatics New Zealand. Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.hinz.org.nz/

  • Hunt, D. P. L., Parry, D., & Carter, P. (2011). A simple, computationally efficient method for recognising a small set of candidate matching motifs within a time series data-set – useful for low powered wearable sensor devices. In IEEE Workshop on Smart Sensors, Measurement & Instrumentation. Auckland: IEEE - New Zealand Instrumentation and Measurement Society. Retrieved from http://ieee.geo-informatics.org/IM-pastevents.html

  • Parry, D., Kaufmann, D., Parry, E. C., Carter, P., Groom, K., Westbrook, L., . . . Cunningham, L. (2011). A usability perspective on clinical handover improvement- CHIPS with everything ?. In Health Informatics New Zealand. Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.hinz.org.nz/

  • Parry, D., Philpott, A., & Montefiore, A. (2011). INTEL WISP-based devices as part of a home telecare node. In IEEE Workshop on Smart Sensors, Measurement & Instrumentation. Auckland. Retrieved from http://ieee.geo-informatics.org/WS-AUT2011/IM-workshop2011.html

  • Parry, D. T., & Tsung Chun, T. (2010). Crowdsourcing techniques to create a fuzzy subset of SNOMED CT for semantic tagging of medical documents. In 2010 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE) (pp. 1-8). Barcelona: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/tocresult.jsp?asf_arn=null&asf_iid=5583929&asf_pun=null&asf_in=null&asf_rpp=null&asf_iv=null&asf_sp=null&asf_pn=18. doi:10.1109/FUZZY.2010.5584055

  • Montefiore, A., Parry, D., & Philpott, A. (2010). A Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)-based wireless sensor device for drug compliance measurement. In Health Informatics New Zealand 2010. Wellington. Retrieved from http://www.hinz.org.nz/page/archive_Conference_2010/conference-2010-post

  • Houliston, B., Parry, D., & Merry, A. (2010). TADAA: Towards Automated Detection of Anaesthetic Activity. In MEDINFO 2010. Cape Town.

  • Houliston, B., Parry, D., & Merry, A. (2010). Localisation and Activity Detection in Operating Rooms via Active RFID using Self-Organising Maps. In IEEE RFID 2010. Orlando.

  • Homewood, A., Hall, A., Singh, A., Croft, F., & Parry, D. (2010). Are personal health records secure ? A security Audit of "Google health". In Health Informatics New Zealand 2010. Wellington New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.hinz.org.nz/page/archive_Conference_2010/conference-2010-post

  • Alemayehu, B., Buysman, E., Parry, D., & Nathan, F. (2009). A PREDICTION MODEL TO IDENTIFY SUBJECTS WITH HORMONE REFRACTORY PROSTATE CANCER (HRPC) FROM A MANAGED CARE ADMINISTRATIVE CLAIMS DATABASE. In VALUE IN HEALTH Vol. 12 (pp. A23). doi:10.1016/S1098-3015(10)73175-2

  • Parry, E., Arthur, J., Viriyarattanaporn, N., & Parry, D. T. (2009). Creating an Electronic National Maternal Fetal Medicine Network. In Health Informatics New Zealand. Rotorua. Retrieved from http://www.hinz.org.nz/uploads/file/2009conference/P42_ParryE.pdf

  • Parry, D. T. (2009). Crowdsourcing as a Means to Identify SNOMED CT Subsets - an Initial Approach. In Health Informatics New Zealand. Rotorua. Retrieved from http://www.hinz.org.nz/uploads/file/2009conference/P12_ParryD.pdf

  • Parry, D., & Narayanan, A. (2009). RFID enabled smart cards as a context-aware personal health node. In M-Health NZ. .

  • Houliston, B., Parry, D. T., & Merry, A. F. (2009). TADAA - Enabling Continuous Improvement for Anaesthetists. In Health Informatics New Zealand. New Zealand.

  • Smith, G., Parry, D., Prytherch, D., Farrell, S., & Hirsch, N. (2008). Validation of a novel radar-based breathing rate measurement device using a human manikin. In Resuscitation, 2008 Vol. 77 (pp. S41-S42). .

  • Parry, D., Jennings, H., Symonds, J., Ravi, K., & Wright, M. (2008). Supporting the visually impaired using RFID technology. In Health Informatics New Zealand Forum. HINZ. Rotorua.

  • Parry, D., Houliston, B., & Symonds, J. (2008). RFID-Based Self-Description to Support Low-Cost Telecare and Assistance At Home. In 13th International Symposium for Health Information Management & Research (ISHIMR). Auckland.

  • Parry, D. (2008). "Tell Me The Important Stuff" - Fuzzy Ontologies And Personal Assessments for Interaction with The Semantic Web. In IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (FUZZ-IEEE) (pp. 1295-1300). Hong Kong: IEEE. doi:10.1109/FUZZY.2008.4630539

  • Houliston, B., Merry, A., & Parry, D. (2008). Sensors and Insensibility: Monitoring Anaesthetic Activity with RFID. In Health Informatics New Zealand Forum, HINZ. Rotorua.

  • Symonds, J., Parry, D., & Briggs, J. (2007). RFID solutions to support home telecare information flows. In Health Informatics New Zealand - Effecting Change for Better Health Outcomes. Rotorua.

  • Symonds, J., McPherson, K., Parry, D., & Ayoade, J. (2007). Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) for Assisted Living: Testing the Aura Object Location (AOL) Model. In The 18th Australasian Conference of Information Systems. Toowoomba, Queensland.

  • Parry, D. T., Woodward, L., Smith, G. B., Farrell, S. E., Prytherch, D. R., Harrison, S., & Hirsch, N. P. (2007). Validation of a novel radar-based breathing rate measurement device in human volunteers. In 3rd International Medical Emergency Teams Conference. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • Parry, D., Parry, E., Chebi, A., Stone, P., & Dorji, P. (2007). An open source approach to developing for development. In Software engineering workshop. Auckland.

  • Iluyemi, A., Fitch, C., & Parry, D. T. (2007). Mobile and wireless technologies for e-health provision in Africa: opportunities for GSM-based patient-centric services. In Med-e-Tel 2007 The International Educational and Networking Forum for eHealth, Telemedicine and Health ICT (pp. 64-72). Luxembourg.

  • Iluyemi, A., Fitch, C. J., Parry, D. T., & Briggs, J. S. (2007). Health information system for community based health workers: A case for mobile and wireless technologies. In IST-Africa 2007. Maputo.

  • Parry, E. C., Sood, R., & Parry, D. T. (2006). Investigation of optimization techniques to prepare ultrasound images for electronic transfer. In International Society for Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. London.

  • Parry, D. T. (2006). Fuzzy ontology for medical information retrieval. In Information Processing and Management of Uncertainty in Knowledge-based Systems. Paris.

  • Chebbi, A., Parry, E. C., & Parry, D. T. (2006). Development of a web based protocol system for obstetric care in a less developed country. In Health Informatics New Zealand 2006 Primary Care and Beyond Building the e-Bridge to Integrated Care. Auckland.

  • Parry, D. (2005). Use of Kolmogorov distance identification of web page authorship, topic and domain. In Open Source Web Information Retrieval (pp. 47-50). : IEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agente Technology. Retrieved from http://www.emse.fr/OSWIR05/

  • Parry, D. (2005). An Electronic Information Browser for Medical Applications. In Handbook of Abstracts HINZ (pp. 62). .

  • Parry Dave. (2004). Fuzzification of a standard ontology to encourage reuse. In 2004 IEEE International Conference on Information Reuse and Integration (IEEE IRI-2004). Hilton, Las Vegas, Nevada. Retrieved from http://www.cs.fiu.edu/IRI04/

  • Parry, D. (2004). A fuzzy ontology for medical document retrieval. In Proceedings of the Australasian Workshop on Data Mining and Web Intelligence (DMWI2004), Dunedin, New Zealand. Vol. 32 (pp. 121-126). Dunedin: Australian Computer Society. Retrieved from http://crpit.com/Vol32.html

  • Parry, D., & Parry, E. (2003). Development of an intelligent system for finding useful medical information. [Abstract]. In Proceedings of the Neurocomputing and Evolving Intelligence 2003 (NCEI 2003) Conference (pp. 30-31). : Knowledge Engineering and Discovery Research Institute.

  • Parry, D. (2003). Use of the zip method for author identification in an electronic forum. [Abstract]. In Proceedings of the Neurocomputing and Evolving Intelligence 2003 (NCEI 2003) Conference (pp. 83). Auckland: Knowledge Engineering and Discovery Research Institute.

  • Buchan, J., Parry, D., & Kennelly, J. (2003). Ontology supported medical knowledge management system for the desktop. [Abstract]. In Proceedings of the Conference on Neuro-Computing and Evolving Intelligence, AUT Technology Park, Auckland, New Zealand, 20 and 21 November, 2003 (pp. 81-82). : 2003 NCEI / Knowledge Engineering and Discovery Research Institute (KEDRI).

  • Parry David. (2001). An intelligent system for finding useful medical information on the internet. In Annes'2001: (Artificial Neural Networks and Expert Systems) (pp. 196-200). : [Dunedin: University of Otago, Information Science Department]. Retrieved from from:

  • Parry, D. (2001). Finding useful medical information from the internet. In Medinfo 2001: Proceedings of the 10th World Congress on Medical Informatics Vol. 1 (pp. 580). : Amsterdam: IOS Press.

  • Parry, D., Carran, G., Sallis, A., & Milne, S. (2000). Virtual Communication Spaces in Tourism: industry performance Dimensions. In 4th New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference. Auckland.

  • Parry, D., Parry, E. C., Pattison, N., & Yeap, W. K. (2000). A web-based scenario system for investigating decision making.. In APAMI - MIC 2000: Asia Pacific Association for Medical Informatics, Hong Kong Society for Medical Informatics Conference: : IT and health in the 21st Century (pp. 10). Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Retrieved from http://www.apami-mic2000.org.hk/

  • Parry, D., Gillies, J., Cockcroft, S., Breton, A., & Abernethy, D. (2000). The virtual campus - Is it worth it, does it work? [CD-ROM]. In APAMI - MIC 2000: Asia Pacific Association for Medical Informatics, Hong Kong Society for Medical Informatics Conference: IT and health in the 21st Century. Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Retrieved from http://www.apami-mic2000.org.hk/

  • Wang, R., Parry, E., Galland, B., Parry, D. T., & Wilson, D. (1999). Poincare plot analysis of fetal heart rate variability: method and pilot study. In ICONIP/ANZIIS/ANNES '99 International Workshop. .

  • Parry, D. T., Yeap, W. K., & Pattison, N. (1999). A Web-based Scenario system for investigating Decision making in Induction of Labour. In ICONIP/ANZIIS/ANNES '99 International Workshop. .

  • Parry, D. T., Cockroft, S., Breton, A., Gillies, J. D., & Abernethy, D. (1999). Using the Internet to teach Health Informatics. In Computers and Advanced Technology in Education '99. .

  • Parry, D. T., Breton, A., Abernethy, D., Cockroft, S., & Gillies, J. D. (1999). The Post-Graduate Health Informatics Diploma program of the University of Otago, New Zealand. In American Medical Informatics Association Spring Congress: "Health Informatics Education: Current Issues And Future Prospects". .

  • Parry, D. T., Breton, A., Abernethy, D., Cockroft, S., & Gillies, J. D. (1999). An Interactive Electronic Course in Health Informatics. In ICONIP/ANZIIS/ANNES '99 International Workshop. .

  • Cockroft, S., Parry, D. T., Breton, A., Abernethy, D., & Gillies, J. D. (1999). The Post-Graduate Diploma in Health Informatics at the University of Otago New Zealand. In Annual conference of the Primary Health Care Specialist Group of the British Computer Society,. .

  • Parry, D. T., Cockroft, S., Fiddes, T., & Egan, A. (1998). Spatial Analysis of the Origin and Destination of NZ Doctors - The class of '75. In SIRC '98 the 10th Annual Colloquium of the Spatial Information Research Centre.. : University of Otago.

  • Parry, D. T., Yeap, W. -K., & Pattison, N. (1997). Analysis of Decision Making in Induction of Labour Using Rough Sets.. In N. Kasabov, R. Kozma, K. Ko, R. O'Shea, G. Coghill, & T. Gedeon (Eds.), ICONIP (2) (pp. 1338-1341). Springer. Retrieved from http://www.informatik.uni-trier.de/~ley/db/conf/iconip/iconip1997-2.html

  • BEARN, P., PARRY, D., MARSTON, A., MCCOLLUM, C., & GREENHALGH, R. (1991). COLLAGEN IMPREGNATION OR ALBUMIN COATING FOR KNITTED DACRON - IS THROMBOGENICITY ALTERED. In THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS Vol. 65 (pp. 1059). Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

  • BEARN, P., SEDDON, A., PARRY, D., MCCOLLUM, C., & MARSTON, A. (1991). MESOTHELIAL CELL RETENTION ON SEEDED DACRON ARTERIAL GRAFTS. In THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS Vol. 65 (pp. 1059). Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

  • BEARN, P., PARRY, D., SEDDON, A., MCCOLLUM, C., & MARSTON, A. (1991). DOES MESOTHELIAL SEEDING OF KNITTED DACRON INFLUENCE ITS POSTOPERATIVE THROMBOGENICITY. In THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS Vol. 65 (pp. 1059). Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

  • HOCKEN, D. B., GALVIN, D. A. J., HARPER, R. A., PARRY, D. T., & MCCOLLUM, C. N. (1989). PULMONARY PLATELET SEQUESTRATION DURING SURGERY. In THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS Vol. 62 (pp. 414). Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

  • CHOWIENCZYK, P., LAWSON, C., PARRY, D., REES, P. J., & COCHRANE, G. M. (1985). A COMPUTERIZED LOW-COST RESPIRATORY TESTING MACHINE. In THORAX Vol. 40 (pp. 710). Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Edited books/volumes

  • Symonds, J., Ayoade, J., & Parry, D. (2009). Auto-Identification and Ubiquitous Computing Applications: RFID and Smart Technologies for Information Convergence. IGI Global publications.

  • Symonds, J., Parry, D. T., & Ayoude, J. (2009). Auto-Identification and Ubiquitous Computing Applications: RFID and Smart Technologies for Information Convergence. Hershey: IGI global.

  • Parry, D. T., & Parry, E. C. (2008). Medical Informatics in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Medical Information Science Reference.

Reports

  • Andajani-Sutjahjo, S., Dickinson, A., Parry, D., Vodanovich, S., & Liew, T. (2016). Kohikohi kitea kohikohi korero: Hayman Park engagement with children and whanau. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University of Technology.

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