Jansen P, Bacal K, Crengle
S (2008) He Ritenga Whakaaro: Maori experiences of health services (1st edn).
In a study of New Zealand women Fanslow, Robinson, Crengle
, and Perese (2007) found that 24% to 28% reported being sexually touched or made to do something sexual against their will before they were 15.
Fanslow, Robinson, Crengle
y Perese, 2007; Oaksford y Frude, 2001) y de Espana (Lopez, 1994).
Smylie J, Anderson I, Ratima M, Crengle S, Anderson M.
Watson PD, Denny SJ, Adair V, Ameratunga, SN, Clark TC, Crengle SM, et al.
Anderson, Ian, Sue Crengle
, Martina Leialoha Kamaka, Tai-Ho Chen, Neal Palafox and Lisa Jackson-Pulver 2006 'Indigenous health in Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific', Lancet 367:1775-85.
2) Guideline for the Management of Menorrhagia, College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia, 1998 and Cindy Farquhar, Sue Crengle
and Moera Douthett, et al.
There is critique of the uneven progression of the National Cervical Screening Programme, established as one of Cartwright's recommendations (Bethune & Lewis, 2009; Gao, De Souza, Paterson & Lu, 2008; Jameson, Sligo & Comrie, 1999; Lovell, Kearns & Friesen, 2007; Paterson, 2012; Priest, Sadler, Sykes, Marshall, Peters & Crengle
The Cervical Cancer Audit (Sadler, Priest, Peters, Crengle
, & Jackson, 2004) identified that Maori women with a high-grade smear were more likely to experience delays in obtaining timely investigation and diagnosis.
As are other indigenous peoples, Maori are over-represented in the overall family violence statistics (Dannette, Fergusson, & Boden, 2008; Fanslow, Robinson, Crengle
, & Peresea, 2007; Hook, 2009; Kotch, 1993).
The paper by Rhys Jones, Sue Crengle
and Tim McCreanor provides a case study of kaupapa Maori research on men's health, and demonstrates the way in which traditional Maori values and concepts shaped the research.
Continued disparities in Maori health are partially due to the behaviours of health care providers (Baxter, 2002; Crengle