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Publications by Dr Jennifer Sarah 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

Jennifer Morris, Jennifer Moore and Marie Bismark, “Health complaints entities in Australia and New Zealand: serving the public interest?” in Chamberlain, Dent and Saks (eds) Professional Health Regulation in the Public Interest: International Perspectives (Policy Press, 2018) 221.

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

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

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.

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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