Lecturer, Programme Leader - Postgraduate Public Health
Phone: (09) 921 9999 ext 7707
Dr Cammock has been involved in health research in New Zealand and Fiji over the last seven years. She is focused on achieving better health outcomes for Pacific people. Her research interests lie in Pacific health and more specifically, reproductive health. Her work incorporates pacific values and belief systems and has published research highlighting their importance in achieving better health outcomes among Pacific people.
Dr Cammock has a masters and doctorate degree in Public Health from the University of Otago and is currently a lecturer in the school of public health and Psychosocial studies. Dr Cammock is of Fijian heritage and is involved with ongoing research projects in Fiji. She is from the village of Vutia in the Rewa province.
Cammock, R., Priest, P., Herbison, P., & Lovell, S. (2018). Awareness and Use of Family Planning methods among iTaukei Women in Fiji and New Zealand. Australia New Zealand Journal of Public Health. DOI: 1111/1753-6405.12761
Cammock, R., Herbison, P., Lovell, S., & Priest, P. (2017). Unmet need and Access to Family Planning among iTaukei women in Fiji and New Zealand. New Zealand Medical Journal, 130(1462).
Cammock, R. D., (2016). iTaukei Women’s Family Planning Behaviour: A report to the Fiji Ministry of Health, 21/9/2016
Delaibatiki, R. (2016). The Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice of Family Planning among iTaukei Women in Fiji and New Zealand. (Doctoral Thesis). University of Otago Library Catalogue.
Cammock, R. D., Derrett, S., & Sopoaga, F. (2014). An assessment of an outcome of injury questionnaire using a Pacific model of health and wellbeing. New Zealand Medical Journal, 127(1388).
Cammock, R. D., Derrett, S., Davie, G., Langley, J., & Sopoaga, F. (2012). Injury to Pacific people in New Zealand: Pre-injury characteristics and early health outcomes: Results from a cohort study. Australasian Epidemiologist, 19(2), 17-21.
Sopoaga, F., Leon de la Barra, S., Van der Meer, J., Samalia, L., Carr, S., Delaibatiki, R., & Kirifi-Alai, T. N. (2011). Developing a health workforce from an underserved population in New Zealand [Letter to the editor]. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 35(5), 494-495.