- Current students
School of Community Studies
Graduate supervision of completed theses/dissertations
Masters theses or dissertations
Masters theses or dissertations supervised by John Waugh as Principal Supervisor
Garelja, Daniel (2019). Exploring the lived experience of osteopathy students making the transition from working in student clinic (8 hours per week) to working full-time (40 hours per week) during the summer holiday break (Master of Osteopathy)
Masters theses or dissertations supervised by John Waugh as Associate Supervisor
Ioka, Grace Selina (2018). The relationship between health literacy and health outcomes in Australian, Canadian and New Zealand adults : a scoping review of interventions within the literature (Master of Osteopathy)
Furlong, Olivia (2018). Descriptive analysis of the musculoskeletal case load referred for ultrasound imaging in an Auckland imaging practice : a case study (Master of Osteopathy)
Archer, Daniel James (2015). Effects of standing workstations on occupational sedentary behaviour and metabolic health in office workers : a single-case study design (Master of Osteopathy)
Tizard, J., Patel, S., Waugh, J., Tavares, E., Bergmann, T., Gill, B., Norman, J., Christidis, L., Scofield, P., Haddrath, O., Baker, A., Lambert, D., & Millar, C. D. (2018). DNA barcoding a relict avifauna: an important tool for systematics and conservation management. BMC Evolutionary Biology (Vol. 19 (52)).
Waugh, J. (2016). DNA barcodes highlight two clusters within the little penguin (Eudyptula minor): time to reassess species delineation? Notornis (Vol. 63).
Waugh, J. (2016). Evidence of an Australasian divide: Exploring little penguins using DNA barcodes. 19th New Zealand Molecular Ecology Conference, YMCA, Shakespear Regional Park.
Patel, S., Waugh, J., Millar, D., and Lambert, D.M. (2010). Conserved primers for DNA barcoding historical and modern samples from New Zealand and Antarctic birds. Molecular Ecology Resources (Vol. 10(3)).
Cheer, S.M., Waugh, J., & Noble, S. (2003). Inhaled Tobramycin (TOBI)
A Review of its Use in the Management of Pseudomonas
aeruginosa Infections in Patients with Cystic Fibrosis. Drugs (Vol. 63 (22)).