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Publications by Dr Jennifer Moore

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Authored Book - Research

Moore, J. (2016). Coroners' recommendations and the promise of saved lives. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 328p.

Chapter in Book - Research

Moore, J. (2015). The impact of therapeutic jurisprudence on the New Zealand coronial jurisdiction. In W. Brookbanks (Ed.), Therapeutic jurisprudence: New Zealand perspectives. (pp. 179-222). Wellington, New Zealand: Thomson Reuters.

Moore, J. (2013). Global regulation of nanotechnologies and their products in medicine. In R. G. Beran (Ed.), Legal and forensic medicine. (pp. 1755-1781). Berlin, Germany: Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-32338-6_119

Moore, J. (2011). Mental health. In Coroners' bench book. Wellington, New Zealand: Coronial Services of New Zealand, Ministry of Justice.

Journal - Research Article

Moore, J., Bismark, M., Mello, MM. (2017). Patients' experiences with communication-and-resolution programs after medical injury. Journal of the American Medical Association Internal Medicine. Published online first on 9 October 2017 doi: 10.1001/jamainternmed.2017.4002

Moore, J., Mello, MM. (2017). Improving reconciliation following medical injury: a qualitative study of responses to patient safety incidents in New Zealand. BMJ Qual Saf Published online first on 9 March 2017doi:10.1136/bmjqs-2016-005804

Moore, J., Stokes, T., & Gray, B. (2016). The New Zealand Coroners Amendment Bill's proposed approach to health care-related deaths that are reportable to the coroner. Journal of Law & Medicine, 23, 557-570.

Moore, J., Buckingham, D., & Diesfeld, K. (2015). Disciplinary Tribunal cases involving New Zealand lawyers with physical or mental impairment, 2009–2013. Psychiatry, Psychology & Law, 22(5), 649-672. doi: 10.1080/13218719.2015.1055624

Moore, J. (2014). An empirical approach to the New Zealand government's review of coronial jurisdiction. Journal of Law & Medicine, 21, 602-626.

Moore, J. (2014). Coroners' recommendations about healthcare-related deaths as a potential tool for implementing patient safety and quality of care. New Zealand Medical Journal, 127(1398). Retrieved from http://journal.nzma.org.nz/journal/127-1398/6212/content.pdf

Moore, J. (2013). Proposed changes to New Zealand's medicines legislation in the Medicines Amendment Bill 2011. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 10(1), 59-66. doi: 10.1007/s11673-012-9413-8

Moore, J. (2012). Application of the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Act 1992 (NZ) in recent New Zealand Coroners Court cases. Journal of Law & Medicine, 20, 333-349.

Moore, J. (2012). An evaluation of whether New Zealand's occupational health and safety law adequately addresses the risks to workers exposed to nanotechnology and nanoparticles. New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations, 37(1), 100-117.

Moore, J. (2012). New Zealand's regulation of cosmetic products containing nanomaterials. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 9(2), 185-188. doi: 10.1007/s11673-012-9372-0

Gavaghan, C., & Moore, J. (2011). De minimis curat lex: New Zealand law and the challenge of the very small. European Journal of Law & Technology, 2(3). Retrieved from http://ejlt.org/article/view/97/160

Moore, J. (2011). Is New Zealand's regulation of nanomedical products adequate? Journal of Law & Medicine, 19(1), 112-127.

Moore, J. (2011). Traumatised bodies: Towards corporeality in New Zealand's privacy tort law involving accident survivors. New Zealand Universities Law Review, 24, 386-420.

Moore, J. (2011). Regulating ecotoxicity attributed to nanomaterial waste. New Zealand Journal of Environmental Law, 15, 253-275.

Moore, J. (2009). It should have been otherwise: Emphasising student empowerment (voice, agency and needs) in modern legal education. New Zealand Law Students' Journal, 2, 129-152.

Moore, J. (2008). Practitioner-researcher imaginations: Teaching social research to health science undergraduates. Focus on Health Professional Education, 10(2), 1-21.

Moore, J., & Robinson, S. (2008). "Students first" and nurturing networks: Visualising positive futures for New Zealand secondary students. Set: Research Information for Teachers, 2, 22-28.

Hester-Moore, J. S. (2005). Handling uncertainty: Standard and local practices in the case of libido and contraception in evidence-based decision-making. Health Sociology Review, 14(2), 174-186.

Moore, J. S. (2005). Bricolage and bodies of knowledge: Exploring consumer responses to controversy about the third generation oral contraceptive pill. Body & Society, 11(3), 77-95. doi: 10.1177/1357034X05056192

Journal - Research Other

Moore, J. (2015). [Review of the book Elder law in New Zealand]. LawTalk, 859, 29.

Moore, J. (2011). Australian and New Zealand governments agree to proceed with the joint regulatory agency for therapeutic products [Letter to the editor]. Journal of Law & Medicine, 19(2), 272-274.

Journal - Professional & Other Non-Research Articles

Moore, J. (2014). Coroners' recommendations about healthcare-related deaths as a potential tool for implementing patient safety and quality of care [Reprint of Moore, J. (2014). Coroners' recommendations about healthcare-related deaths as a potential tool for implementing patient safety and quality of care. New Zealand Medical Journal, Vol. 127, No. 1398]. New Zealand Medical Journal Digest, 46, 13-14.

Reviews
Jennifer Moore, Health Law in New Zealand (review), (2017) Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 24(6): 958-959, DOI:10.1080/13218719.2017.1397590

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