Simon Horsburgh
Simon Horsburgh
Lecturer in Epidemiology, University of Otago
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Do they want it? Do they use it? The ‘Demand-Side’of e-Government in Australia and New Zealand
R Gauld, S Goldfinch, S Horsburgh
Government information quarterly 27 (2), 177-186, 2010
Is public trust in government associated with trust in e-government?
S Horsburgh, S Goldfinch, R Gauld
Social Science Computer Review 29 (2), 232-241, 2011
Gout: joints and beyond, epidemiology, clinical features, treatment and co-morbidities
PC Robinson, S Horsburgh
Maturitas 78 (4), 245-251, 2014
Fatal work related injuries in agricultural production and services to agriculture sectors of New Zealand, 1985–94
S Horsburgh, AM Feyer, JD Langley
Occupational and Environmental Medicine 58 (8), 489-495, 2001
The work-related fatal injury study: numbers, rates and trends of work-related fatal injuries in New Zealand 1985-1994
AM Feyer, J Langley, M Howard, S Horsburgh, C Wright, J Alsop, C Cryer
New Zealand Medical Journal 114 (1124), 6, 2001
The clinical governance development index: results from a New Zealand study
R Gauld, S Horsburgh, J Brown
BMJ Quality & Safety 20 (11), 947-952, 2011
Allopurinol use in a New Zealand population: prevalence and adherence
S Horsburgh, P Norris, G Becket, B Arroll, P Crampton, J Cumming, ...
Rheumatology international 34, 963-970, 2014
Geographical access to community pharmacies in New Zealand
P Norris, S Horsburgh, G Sides, S Ram, J Fraser
Health & Place 29, 140-145, 2014
Too much and too little? Prevalence and extent of antibiotic use in a New Zealand region
P Norris, S Horsburgh, S Keown, B Arroll, K Lovelock, J Cumming, ...
Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy 66 (8), 1921-1926, 2011
Anticholinergic component of the Drug Burden Index and the Anticholinergic Drug Scale as measures of anticholinergic exposure in older people in New Zealand: a population-level …
SW Narayan, SN Hilmer, S Horsburgh, PS Nishtala
Drugs & aging 30, 927-934, 2013
What motivates doctors to leave the UK NHS for a “life in the sun” in New Zealand; and, once there, why don’t they stay?
R Gauld, S Horsburgh
Human resources for health 13, 1-9, 2015
Healthcare professionals’ perceptions of clinical governance implementation: a qualitative New Zealand study of 3205 open-ended survey comments
R Gauld, S Horsburgh
BMJ open 5 (1), e006157, 2015
Measuring progress with clinical governance development in New Zealand: perceptions of senior doctors in 2010 and 2012
R Gauld, S Horsburgh
BMC health services research 14, 1-7, 2014
Clinical Governance Assessment Project: Final Report on a National Health Professional Survey and Site Visits to 19 New Zealand DHBs
R Gauld, S Horsburgh
Centre for Health Systems, University of Otago, 2012
Medicalisation or under-treatment? Psychotropic medication use by elderly people in New Zealand
P Norris, S Horsburgh, K Lovelock, G Becket, S Keown, B Arroll, ...
Health Sociology Review 20 (2), 202-218, 2011
Adherence to metformin monotherapy in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus in New Zealand
S Horsburgh, D Barson, J Zeng, K Sharples, L Parkin
Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice 158, 107902, 2019
Statin adherence is lower in primary than secondary prevention: A national follow-up study of new users
F Sigglekow, S Horsburgh, L Parkin
PLoS One 15 (11), e0242424, 2020
Equity in statin use in New Zealand
P Norris, S Horsburgh, G Becket, S Keown, B Arroll, K Lovelock, ...
Journal of primary health care 6 (1), 17-22, 2014
Healthcare professional perspectives on quality and safety in New Zealand public hospitals: findings from a national survey
R Gauld, S Horsburgh
Australian Health Review 38 (1), 109-114, 2013
Patterns of use of long‐acting bronchodilators in patients with COPD: a nationwide follow‐up study of new users in New Zealand
L Parkin, D Barson, J Zeng, S Horsburgh, K Sharples, J Dummer
Respirology 23 (6), 583-592, 2018
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