probably easiest to cut and paste from CV:
PhD, University of Otago, 2010: PG Dip in Public Health (Distinction), University of Otago, 2004; MPhil, Massey University, 2000; DipTchg, Wgtn CoEd, 1995; DipREd Wgtn CoEd, 1995; BA (1st Class Hons), University of Otago, 1994.
Palliative & hospice care research
Health Promotion practice, research and teaching
Spirituality in health and education
Mixed methods research including:
• qualitative interviewing with individuals or small groups, including clinicians, patients and management, education and justice research participants
• photovoice techniques
• community-based participatory research
• qualitative data analysis, including use of Atlas.ti and NVivo
• designing and administering a survey/questionnaires
• collecting and collating quantitative data from multiple sources
• compiling reports, grant applications and managing projects
• reviewing literature
• facilitator / strategic planner
- Location: Otago
- Qualifications: All Researchers, Bachelor Degree, Certificate or Diploma, Masters Degree, PhD or Doctorate, Post-Graduate Diploma
- Ethnic Groups: New Zealand European
- Area of Expertise: Health & Wellbeing
- Mobile: 027 681 9370
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- Professional Memberships:
Public Health Assocation of NZ
List of KEY publications: Signal L, Egan R, & Cook, L. (Eds.). (2009). Reviews of Health Promotion Practice in Aotearoa New Zealand 2007–2008. Auckland: Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand and Health Promotion and Policy Research Unit, University of Otago. ISBN 978-0-473-14620-7.
Egan R. (2012). Spirituality. In MacLeod R, Vella-Brincat J, Macleod S (Eds). The Palliative Care Handbook: Guidelines for clinical management and symptom control. (6th ed.). Australia: Genesis Oncology Trust and Louisa and Patrick Emmett Murphy Foundation.
Egan, R. “Spirituality in New Zealand Education” in: Ross, B., Burrows, L. (Editors). It takes two feet : teaching physical education and health in Aotearoa New Zealand. Palmerston North, N.Z. Dunmore Press, 2003
Robertson L, Richards R, Egan R, Szymlek-Gay E. (2012) Promotion and support of physical activity among cancer survivors: a service provider perspective, Psycho-Oncology, first published online: 8 Jan 2012.
Szymlek-Gay EA, Richards R, Egan R (2011) Physical activity among cancer survivors: a literature review. New Zealand Medical Journal 124 (1337):77-89
Egan, R., MacLeod, R., Jaye, C., McGee, R., Baxter, J., & Herbison, P. (2011). What is spirituality? Evidence from a New Zealand hospice study. Mortality, 16(4), 307-324.
Egan R. Health Promotion and Spirituality: making the implicit explicit. Keeping Up to Date, Summer 2010; 34: 1-4
Egan R. Making Space for Spirituality. Can Talk, 2010; Issue 56.
Egan R, McKechnie R, Jopson J, Herbison P, Richards R. Factors Influencing Referrals to Cancer Support Services in New Zealand. October 2010.
Egan R, Amun Q. Identifying Priorities for Psycho-social-spiritual Cancer Research in New Zealand: Perspectives from the Cancer Society of New Zealand Support Services. Scoping Paper . March 2009.
Egan R. Death: A Reflection. Commentary. New Zealand Family Physician, 2008; 35(5): 338. http://www.rnzcgp.org.nz/assets/Uploads/NZFP/Oct2008Ward_October_08.pdf
- Phone: 03 479 7206
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