Karen Hicks

Lecturer/Course Developer
Community Development


Hicks, K.A. (2017). The Uniqueness of the Aotearoa Health Promotion Competencies. University of Auckland, Tamaki Campus.

Tonks, A., Thorpe, A., Jeffries, C., Waterworth, C., Molloy, H., Holmstead-Scott, I., West, J., Hicks, K., Ryan, K., Phillips, P., Reynolds, R., & Burgess, T. (2017). Translating the Okanagan Charter for Practice in Aotearoa New Zealand Tertiary Education Settings. New Zealand, Translating the Okanagan Charter (Vol. TWANZ- Tertiary Wellbeing Aotearoa New Zealand).

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

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).

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)).

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.

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. (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. (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).