Karen Hicks

Lecturer/Course Developer
Community Development


Hicks, K. A. (2016). Health Promotion Competencies. University of Auckland, Tamaki Campus.

Hicks, K. A. (2015). The Uniqueness of the Aotearoa 2012 Health Promotion Competency Framework: Maori Inclusivity as an Essential Prerequisite. University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Lovell, S.A., Egan, R., Robertson, L., & Hicks, K. (2015). Health promotion funding, workforce recruitment and turnover in New Zealand. Journal of Primary Health Care (Vol. 7(2)).

Egan, R., Hicks, K., & Dalziel, M. (2015). Healthy Homes, a New Zealand case study within Health Promotion Planning & Strategies Book Editors Green, J.; Tones, K.; Cross, R.; Woodhall, J. https://live-sagecompanion.gotpantheon.com/sites/default/files/New%20Zealand.pdf. UK, Sage (Vol. 3rd).

Hicks, K. (2014). Indigenous health promotion competency and workforce development to address social determinants of health in Aotearoa New Zealand. Equity the Centre: 22nd National Australian Health Promotion Association Conference & 18th Chronic Diseases Network Conference, Alice Springs, Australia.

Hicks, K., Came, T., Ireland-Smith, T., & Barton, G. (2014). Untapped potential of healthy universities in New Zealand. New Zealand Population Health Congress, Auckland, New Zealand.

Hicks, K. (2013). A Contribution to the Global Dialogue. Presentation on New Zealand's leadership in developing a Statement of Ethical Health Promotion Practice, a Professional Society and Health Promotion Competencies for NZ; tools developed to strengthen the capacity of its health promotion workforce. IUHPE (International Union of Health Promotion & Education), Pattaya Thailand.

McElnay, C., Marshall, B., O'Sullivan, J., Jones, L., Ashworth, T., Hicks, K., & Forrest, R. (2012). Nutritional risk amongst community living Māori and non-Māori older people in Hawke's Bay. Journal of Primary Health Care (Vol. 4).