Dr Dianne Roy

Associate Professor
Health Care
Location: Building 510, Room 4011

Qualifications

RN, BA (Hons) (Nursing) (Massey), PhD (Massey)

Graduate supervision of completed theses/dissertations

(as Principle or Associate supervisor)

Wood, Sine (2017). Evaluation of a stroke navigation service over a six month period : a mixed method approach
Brittenden, Elissa (2016). Keeping working to keep working : staying in the workforce with a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease
van der Vliet, Emma (2016). An assessment of the health status of a group of independent residents of a retirement village especially in relation to aspects of physical health and musculoskeletal function
Olivier, Cheryl Lyn (2015). To be or not to be? - a caregiver's question : the lived-experience of a stroke family during the first eighteen months post-stroke
Fischer, Renee (2013). Different folks, different strokes : becoming and being a stroke family during the first six months post-stroke
Woods, Toni (2013). 'Flying under the Radar' : the experiences and perceptions of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Questioning students and how they differed from heterosexual experiences and perceptions of the campus climate at Unitec Campus in New Zealand in 2012
Duthie, Andrew J. (2013). Stroke duties : a hermeneutic enquiry into family experience six months post-stroke
Sithole, Sophie-Jane (2013). Leadership in radiography : exploring radiographers' experiences in leadership
Kurth, Anna (2011). Women's attitudes to and experiences of osteopathic care during pregnancy
Mckay-Watts, Rebecca (2010). Development of a preliminary questionnaire to investigate the attitudes of NZ osteopaths regarding the use of exercise in osteopathy
Braybrook, Joanna Evelina (2010). An exploration of the influences that shape the opinions and practices of osteopaths in relation to osteopathy in the cranial field
Clarke, Richard John (2010). Depression, anxiety and positive outlook amongst patients presenting to an osteopathic training clinic : a prospective survey
Greene, Dionne (2009). An investigation of patient experiences of treatment in the cranial field of osteopathy
Clamp, Melissa (2009). The effects of segmental vibration on hamstring range of motion
Kleinbaum, Andre (2009). An investigation of why osteopaths choose to leave the profession
Sampath, Kesava (2008). Identification, assessment and management of mood disorders in clients by osteopathic practitioners in New Zealand
Dunnett, Alenka (2006). An Investigation of Changes in Pressure Pain Threshold Due to Hormone Fluctuations During the Menstrual Cycle

Publications

Giddings, L. S., & Roy, D. E. (2018). Stigmatisation of people living with a chronic illness or disability. E. Chang & A. Johnson, Sydney, Australia (Vol. 3rd).

Guerin, B. M., Payne, D. A., Roy, D. E., & McPherson, K. M. (2017). "It's just so bloody hard": recommendations for improving health interventions and maternity support services for disabled women. Disability and Rehabilitation (Vol. 39(2)).

Roy, D. E., Gasquoine, S. E., Caldwell, S., & Nash, D. (2017). Talking-past-each-other: Health professional and family perspectives on accessing post-stroke information. Royal College of Nurses International Nursing Research Conference, Oxford, UK.

Roy, D. E., Harrington, A., McKechnie, R., Andersen, V., Fennelly, G., Gasquoine, S. E., Whalley, G., Deo, A., Woods, S., Unno, T., & Ratnasabapthy, Y. (2017). Stroke Navigation Service trial: An integrated care innovation. Royal College of Nurses International Nursing Research Conference, Oxford, UK.

Sampath, K. K., & Roy, D. E. (2017). Barriers to identifying mood disorders in clients by New Zealand osteopaths: Findings of a thematic analysis. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine (Vol. NA).

Roy, D. E., Harrington, A., McKechnie, R., Andersen, V., Fennelly, G., Gasquoine, S., Deo, A., Woods, S., & Unno, T. (2017). Improving care outcomes in stroke through navigation: stroke navigator development project. Waitemata District Health Board: Clinical Research Study Day, North Shore Hospital, Auckland.

Roy, D. E., & McKechnie, R. C. (2017). Non-regulated Home Support Worker role in medication support and administration: A scoping review of the literature prepared for the Home & Community Health Association. Auckland, Unitec ePress (Vol. Metro Report Series (2)).

McKechnie, R., Hach, S., Roy, D. E., Harrington, A., & Andersen, V. (2016). Stroke family/whānau pilot project. New Zealand, NXMG (Vol. 129 (1441): New Zealand Medical Journal).

Payne, D., Guerin, B. M., McPherson, K., Roy, D. E., Giddings, L. S., & Farquhar, C. (2016). What do women with disabilities want from maternity carers?: It's just so bloody hard' - Recommendations for improving health interventions and maternity support services for disabled women. NZ College of Midwives Conference 2016, Auckland.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3571

Guerin, B. M., Payne, D., Roy, D. E., & McPherson, K. (2016). 'It's just so bloody hard': Recommendations for improving health interventions and maternity support services for disabled women. Disability and Rehabilitation (Vol. Online).

Duthie, A., Roy, D. E., & Niven, E. (2015). Duty of care following stroke: Family experiences in the first six months. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand (Vol. 31(3)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3460

Roy, D. E., Gasquoine, S. E., Caldwell, S., & Nash, D. (2015). Health professional and family perceptions of post stroke. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand (Vol. 31(2)).

Kovanur Sampath, K., & Roy, D E. (2015). Management of mood disorders by osteopaths in New Zealand: A survey of current clinical practice. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine (Vol. In press).

Roy, D. E., Harrington, A., McKechnie, R., Gasquoine, S., Whalley, G., Anderson, V., Fennelly, G., Prakash, B., & McLean, P. (2015). Stroke Family Whanau Project Development Study - Phase 3a Part 2 Improving care outcomes through navigation in stroke: Recruitment. Unitec Research Symposium, Auckland.

Giddings, L. S., and Roy, D. E. (2014). Stigmatisation of people living with a chronic illness or disability. In E. Chang & A. Johnson, Chronic illness and disability: Principles for nursing practice (2nd ed.), Sydney, Australia: Elsevier Australia.

Payne, D. A., Guerin, B., Roy, D. E., Giddings, L. S., Farquhar, C., and McPherson, K. (2014). Taking it into account: Caring for disabled mothers during pregnancy and birth. International Journal of Childbirth, doi: 10.1891/2156-5287.4.4.228 (Vol. 4(4)).

Fischer, R., Roy, D. E., & Niven, E. (2014). Different folks, different strokes: Becoming and living as a stroke family in the first six months post-stroke. Unitec Research Symposium, Auckland, NZ.

Fischer, R., Roy, D. E., and Niven, E. (2014). Different folks, different strokes: Becoming and being a stroke family. Kai Tiaki Nursing Research (Vol. 5(1)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3136

Roy, D. E., Bycroft, J., Boyd, M., and Honey, M. L. L. (2014). Sharing health information: New Zealand consumer perceptions. Australasian Long-Term Conditions conference, Auckland, NZ.

Honey, M. L. L., Roy , D. E., Bycroft, J., Boyd, M., and Raphael, D. (2014). Promoting the meaningful use of health information for New Zealand consumers. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, doi: 10.3233/978-1-61499-415-2-11 (Vol. 201).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3138

Honey, M. L. L., Roy, D. E., Bycroft, J., Boyd, M., and Raphael, D. (2014). Promoting the meaningful use of health information for New Zealand consumers. The 12th International Conference on Nursing Informatics, Taipei, Taiwan (Vol. 21-25 June.).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3132

Honey, M. L. L., Roy, D. E., Bycroft, J., and Boyd, M. (2014). New Zealand consumers' health information needs: Results of an interpretive descriptive study. Journal of Primary Health Care (Vol. 6(3)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3137

Roy , D. E. (2013). A stroke of luck: The win-win of a clinical research partnership. Unitec Research Symposium, Auckland, New Zealand.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2859

Niven, E., Roy, D. E., Schaefer, B. A., Gasquoine, S. E., and Ward, F. A. (2013). Making research real: Embedding a longitudinal study in a taught research course for undergraduate nursing students. Nursing Education Today, doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2011.10.024 (Vol. 33).

Honey, M., Bycroft, J., Roy, D. E., Boyd, M., Raphael, D., and Gott, M. (2013). New Zealand Consumers Health Information Needs. Strategy to Advance Research Project (STAR) seminar. Strategy to Advance Research Project (STAR) seminar, Auckland: University of Auckland, February 7.

Roy, D. E., Andersen, V. S. H., Fennelly, G., and Gasquoine, S. E. (2013). External research funding application: Awhina Contestable Research Grant - Summer studentship. Waitemata District Health Board.

Roy, D. E., and Giddings, L. S. (2012). The experiences of women (65-74 years) living with a long-term condition in the shadow of ageing. Journal of Advanced Nursing, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2011.05830.x (Vol. 68 (1)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/1802

Roy, D. E., Gasquoine, S. E., Niven, N. E., Schaefer, B. A., and Ward, F. A. (2011). Making research real: embedding a longitudinal study in a research course for undergraduate nursing students. Royal College of Nursing Joint Education Forum's 3rd International Conference - Beyond the borders: Innovations and challenges in nursing education, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 15th-17th June.

McPherson, K., Payne, D., Guerin, B., Roy, D., Farquhar, C., Giddings, L., Harwood, M., and De Sousa, R. (2011). Improving health interventions and support for mothers experiencing disability. Final Report to the Health Research Council, New Zealand.

Roy, D. E., Mahony, F., Horsburgh, M., and Bycroft, J. (2011). Partnering in primary care in New Zealand: Clients' and nurses' experience of the Flinders Program in the management of long-term conditions. Journal of Nursing and Healthcare of Chronic Illness, doi:10.1111/j.1752-9824.2011.01088.x (Vol. 3(2)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/1738

Niven, E., Roy, D. E., Schaefer, B. A., Gasquoine, S. E., and Ward, F. A. (2011). Making research real: Embedding a longitudinal study in a taught research course for undergraduate nursing students. Nurse Education Today. doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2011.10.024.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/1803

Horsburgh, M., Goodyear-Smith, F., Bycroft, J., Mahony, F., Roy, D., Miller, D., and Donnell, E. (2010). Lessons learnt from attempting to access the evidence base for a complex intervention introduced into New Zealand general practice. Quality and Safety in Health Care, doi:10.1136/qshc.2009.034439 (Vol. 19(5)).

Roy, D. E., and Giddings, L. S. (2010). In the shadow of ageing: The experiences of older women living with a long-term condition. Royal College of Nursing International Research conference, Newcastle, United Kingdom, 11-13 May.

Roy, D. E., Mahony, F., Horsburgh, M., Bycroft, J., and Miller, D. (2010). Partnering in primary healthcare in New Zealand: Clients' and practitioners' experience of the Flinders Programme in the management of long-term conditions. Royal College of Nursing International Research conference, Newcastle, United Kingdom, 11-13 May.

Horsburgh, M. P., Bycroft, J. J., Goodyear-Smith , F. A., Roy , D. E., Mahony , F. M., Donnell, E. C. J., and Miller, D. J. (2010). The Flinders Program of chronic condition self-management in New Zealand: Survey findings. New Zealand Journal of Primary Care (Vol. 4 (2)).

Ward, F. A., Roy, D. E., Gasquoine, S. E., Nash, D., Niven , E. N., Mullard, T., Caldwell, S., and Schaefer, B. (2010). Friend, Guest or Intruder: What is the place of (assistive) technology in the lives of older people? The report on a collaborative study between Unitec's Bachelor of Nursing faculty and students with independent residents of Selwyn Village, Pt Chevalier, Auckland.

Mahony, F., Horsburgh, M., Bycroft, J., Roy, D., Miller, D., Donnell, E., and Battersby, M. (2009). Partnering in primary healthcare in NZ: practice nurses use the Flinders Model with older people. Living in an ageing society: Shaping tomorrow today, New Zealand Association of Gerontology and Age Concern New Zealand conference, 7th-9th October, Wellington.

Bycroft, J., Horsburgh, M., Roy, D., Mahony, F., Miller, D., Donnell, E., and Battersby, M. (2009). Partnering in primary healthcare in NZ: practice nurses use the Flinders Model. Myths and realities of primary care: Annual scientific meeting of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners.

Roy, D. E. (2009). Self management in long term conditions (Keynote Presentation). Partnerships of Hope: NZ Faith Community Nurses Association Conference.

Kleinbaum, A., Roy, D. E., and Standen, C. (2008). Why do osteopaths choose to leave the profession? 2nd Australia and New Zealand Osteopathic Research Conference, 6-7th December, Melbourne.

Roy, D. E., and Giddings , L. S. (2008). Women's experience of ageing with a chronic condition: staying alert for the 'double whammy'. Fourth Pan-Pacific Nursing Conference and the Sixth Hong Kong Nursing Symposium on Cancer Care. 15-18th November, Hong Kong.

Niven, E., and Roy, D. E. (2008). Take an experienced guide: supervision of qualitative research. 2nd Australia and New Zealand Osteopathic Research Conference.

Giddings, L. S., and Roy, D. E. (2008). Stigmatisation of people living with a chronic illness or disability. Chang, E., and Johnson, A. Chronic illness and disability: Principles for nursing practice.

Bycroft, J., Horsburgh, M., Roy, D., Mahony, F., Miller, D., Schmidt, M., and et al. (2008). Partnering in primary care in New Zealand: Practice nurses use the Flinders model. International Congress on Chronic Disease Self-Management.

Clamp, M., Stewart, A., Roy, D., and Moran, R. (2008). The effects of segmental vibration on hamstring range of motion. 2nd Australia and New Zealand Osteopathic Research Conference.

Dunnett, A., Roy, D., Stewart, A., and McPartland, J. (2007). The diagnosis of fibromyalgia in women may be influenced by menstrual cycle phase. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (Vol. 11).

Roy, D., and Giddings, L. (2007). Finally I'm old enough to have it: Women's experiences of aging with a chronic condition. New Zealand Rheumatology Association Conference.

Giddings, L. S., Roy, D. E., and Predeger, E. (2007). Women's experience of ageing with a chronic condition. Journal of Advanced Nursing, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2007.04243.x (Vol. 58(6)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/1737

McFarlane, S., Standen, C., and Roy, D. (2006). Patient perception of practitioner intention in osteopathy in the cranial field: A preliminary investigation. Abstracts from the 6th International Conference on Advances in Osteopathic Research (ICAOR) in the International Journal of Osteopathic MedicineSixth International Conference on Advances in Osteopathic Research (Vol. 9, Issue 1).

Roy, D., Giddings, L., and Predeger, E. (2006). "I'm now old enough to have it": Women aging with a chronic condition. 16th International Council on Women's Health Issues Congress 'Many roads to travel: Social, Political and Economic Implications of Women's Health'.

Wilson, S., & Roy, D. (2003). KIWI Nurs:An automated documentation solution for nursing education. In H. de Fatima Martin, E. P. Marques, E. Hovenga, & W. Goossen (Eds.), e-health for all: designing nursing addenda for the future, proceedings of the 8th International Congress in Nursing Informatics. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil: E-Papers Servicos Editorials Ltd, 20-25 June, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

Roy, D. E. (2002). Resoluteness as a possibility for living with rheumatoid arthritis. Presented to the New Zealand and Australian Health Professionals in Rheumatology Conference, 26-29 May, Christchurch.

Roy, D. E. (2002). The hands in rheumatoid arthritis. Presented to the Seminar for people with Arthritis of the hands and wrists, 3 August, Auckland.

Roy, D. E. (2002). Rheumatoid arthritis and the familty. Presented to the Auckland Hospital Education Seminar, 12 March, Auckland.

Roy, D. E. (2002). Rheumatoid arthritis: The showing of the hands. Presented to the Valuing Practice Partnerships Conference, 26-27 November, Auckland.

Roy, D. E. (2002). The family and rheumatoid arthritis. Presented to the Auckland Hospital Education Seminar, 12 November, Auckland.

Roy, D. E. (2002). Living with the experience of rheumatoid arthritis. Presented to the Valuing Practice Partnerships Conference, 26-27 November, Auckland.

Roy, D. E. (2002). The everyday always-thereness of living with rheumatoid arthritis. Presented to the UPROAR Meeting of Auckland Rheumatologists, 11 March, Auckland.

Roy, D. E. (2001). Joint Replacement: It's a Team Event. Presented to the Arthritis Foundation - Auckland Joint Replacement seminar, 30 June, Auckland.

Roy, D. E. (2001). The Everyday Always-Thereness of Living With Rheumatoid Arthritis. Unpublished PhD thesis, Massey University, Auckland.

Roy, D. E. (2001). Living With Pain: A Family Perspective. Presented to the Arthritis Foundation Auckland - 'Moving on: moving forward', 6 October, Auckland.

Roy, D. (1998). Qualitative Research in Rheumatology: An Interactive Workshop. Presented to the Australian Health Professionals in Rheumatology Annual Conference, Sydney.

Roy, D. (1998). Qualitative Research in Rheumatology: A Personal Perspective. Presented to the New Zealand Health Professionals in Rheumatology Annual Conference, Rotorua.

Roy, D. (1998). Living with Chronic Rheumatoid Arthritis: An Interpretative Phenomenological study. Presented to the Australian Health Professionals in Rheumatology Annual Conference, Sydney.