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  • Zhang, J. Leung, W. Jack, S. Oliver, J. Webb, R. Wilson, N Sika-Paotonu, D. Harwood, M.
    Rising ethnic inequalities in acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease, New Zealand, 2000-2018.
    Emerging Infectious Diseases,
    27(1), 36-46. doi: 10.3201/eid2701.191791
  • Baum, F. Freeman, T. Musolino, C. Abramovitz, M. De Ceukelaire, W. Flavel, J. Villar, E.
    Explaining covid-19 performance: What factors might predict national responses?
  • Thomas, S. Jack, S. Oliver, J. Purdie, G. Upton, A.
    Descriptive analysis of group A Streptococcus in skin swabs and acute rheumatic fever, Auckland, New Zealand, 2010–2016.
    Lancet Regional Health: Western Pacific,
    8, 100101.
  • Gatzweiler, F. Fu, B. Rozenblat, C. Jenny Su, H-Jen. Luginaah, I. Corburn, J. Boufford, J.I. Valdes, J.V. Nguendo-Yongsi, B. Singh, R. Cooper, R. Oni, T. Zhu, Y-G.
    COVID-19 reveals the systematic nature of urban health globally: Commentary and Debate.
    Cities and Health,
  • Walker, G.J. Stelzer‐Braid, S. Honeywill, C. Wynn, M. Willenborg, C. Barnes, P. Kang, J. Rawlinson, W.D.
    Viruses associated with acute respiratory infection in a community‐based cohort of healthy New Zealand children.
    Journal of Medical Virology,
    Open access.
  • Oliver, J. Foster, T. Williamson, D.A.
    Using preceding hospital admissions to identify children at risk of developing acute rheumatic fever.
    Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health,
    54(5), 499-505.
  • Oliver, J. Foster, T. Kvalsvig, A. Williamson, D.A.
    Risk of rehospitalisation and death for vulnerable New Zealand children.
    BMJ, Archives of Disease in Childhood,