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Menzies, R. Lee (2021).  Kia Piki te Ora: Whānau Wellness ~ Strengthening Whānau Māori. Te Wānanga o Waipapa. PhDHSc, 242.
Hunia, R. (2020).  Addressing rangatahi education: Challenges after COVID-19 - A partnership report by Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei and Koi Tū: The Centre for Informed Futures. . (Salim, S., Ed.).
Middleton, A. (2020).  Kia hiwa rā! The influence of tikanga and the language revitalisation agenda on the practices and perspectives of Māori journalists working in reo-Māori news. School of Communication Studies, AUT. PhD, 359.
Menzies, R. Lee (2020).  The need for inclusive and deliberative decision-making in the COVID-19 pandemic. .
Menzies, R. Lee (2020).  A pandemic response framework for equitable and inclusive planning and decision-making. .
Wikaire, D. Erena (2020).  The Past, Present, and Future of Traditional Indigenous Healing: What was, is, and will be Rongoā Māori. Te Kupenga Hauora Māori, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences. PhD,
Trego-Hall, T., TeAwhitu L., & Mikahere-Hall A. (2020).  The Politics of Toheroa Soup: A Pūkōrero About Whānau and Me. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand. 23(2), 122.
Poulton, R. (2020).  Protecting and Promoting Mental Wellbeing: Beyond COVID-19. . (Gluckman, P., Ed.).
Mikahere-Hall, A. (2020).  Tūhono Māori: A Research Study of Attachment from an Indigenous Māori Perspective. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand. 23(2), 76.
Mikahere-Hall, A. (2020).  Tūhono Māori: Promoting Secure Attachments for Indigenous Māori Children. A Conceptual Paper. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand. 23(2), 59.
Menzies, R. Lee (2020).  Youth mental health in Aotearoa New Zealand: Greater urgency required.. (Gluckman, P., Ed.).